Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Imhoff, Dec 21, 2012.
Some Holiday attire:
While I would have loved to be a bit more #menswear, was not conducive to making gingerbread houses with 5 and 6 year olds. Hope everyones Holiday was wonderful...wishing you guys the best for the new year! Our next batch is coming in next week, and we know you're gonna freaking love it! I'll post some teaser pics tomorrow.
I couldn't resist, I just had to post my NYE attire with this beautiful Red Rust. The tie takes the (Velvet) Cake!
Looking great guys!
Back to the office and school...and we're hard at work as well....we expect a whole slew of Mid- Winter and Early Spring ties this week...stay tuned! Some teasers:
Zegna Herringbone Tweed
Vintage H&S (1970's) Tweed
First day back at school and decided to rock the Terroni. Jacket and shirt are both Epaulet. Thanks Rob!
Looks like Herringbone alternating with birdseye?
Great minds think a like! I was in a similar get up today!
Yessir. It was one of the coolest pieces we've seen in a while. Classic tweed with a modern Italian Twist.
Zegna tweed looks special.
Just incredible Rob!
I'm super stoked for this collection.
That's a great combination! I absolutely love it. Wish I had a jacket like that to pair the Terroni with.
love those tie above, any ties for summer?
January 5th and summer requests are already coming. Considering its negative degrees in the NE this week I think we have a bit of time. Lol
We'll start working on our spring summer stock next week. I hope to have it by mid February, just in time to save us from having to think about a long winter. We do have some really awesome transition pieces coming next week though that you guys will LOVE.
How does Llama sound (70% Llama, 30% Virgin Wool)?
Or some LP Wool Cashmere Windowpane?
I love that blue window in this.
Or more vintage Tweed?
I am NOT looking forward to this week. Temps here are diving like crazy....I went for a 4 miler yesterday before sunset and you felt that first real BITING winter chill.
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