Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.
Thanks Forex. The Moonbeam what is the weight and where to acquire? Thank you TChoy.
It is about 12-13 oz, very soft cloth. Have you made up the blue donegal?
Not yet. Have been hoarding it. Going to have my tailor try another fabric before giving him the thorn proof donegal.
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Here you go guys a little late
Barbera x H Lesser
Looks great Tchoy! me and a friend are having ours made up now
Some images of the Harrisons Moonbeam in navy, the jacket belongs to my so.
who did you have make that up for your so? good looking craftsmanship
Thanks buddy! I still have another that I got from you I haven't make up. It's a great cloth.
WW Chan's ladies section. The details are amazing.
Tchoy,thanks for the pictures. Everything looks great, both moonbeam and Lesser. I'll try to get the Lesser made up ASAP.
That's really outstanding. Great cloth, well cut.
Here's my Moonbeam in bright navy herringbone. Really lovely fabric.
LL just announced that they have the 60 meters required for production! At 450 GBP/meter x 3.5 meters ~ $2500 USD just for material.
Hard to justify the cost but I'm not sure if it'll ever be made again. . .
Ditto. I could never ever be able to come close to affording that. Their regular fabrics are already expensive enough at 120GBP/m.
120 GBP? Did they just go up from 100 GBP? That's what I recall from the last round.
Yes at that price, I can buy 2 coats and wear them on top of one another to equal the 1kg weight
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