Following the post earlier in the week on my finished leather jacket from Gieves, here are a few of the construction and design details.
Photos: Khalil Musa
Another extremely insightful article. I agree about the tendency towards honing one’s own style while not loosing sight or interest across the landscape of men’s clothing. This enables your ‘ personal look’ to be achieved without multiple distracting choices every day without looking (and becoming)…
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Hey. Interesting view, thanks. I cuff them to get the length I want, but anywhere from 2-4cm probably? A smaller turn up looks a little smarter I think. Less contrast going on. And no I don't sew them up. You can iron them though, which…
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It's a great piece of journalism Simon but don't be decieved Savile Row tailors don't sew buttons on - they give that job to their unfortunate apprentice.
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Hi Tony, I don't think it is something that could be inserted, no. Sorry. It might be possible for a tailor to put some extra canvas in the collar itself, but it wouldn't be easy/cheap, and even then the general shape of the collar might…
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