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    Edesim - Concave Lapel Line Fitting of a three-piece suit made from Holland&Sherry fabric
    27 December 2015

    Edesim - Concave Lapel Line

    Fitting of a three-piece suit made from Holland&Sherry fabric

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    The Roman Chapter: Gaetano Aloisio Millimetrical precision for picky customers
    18 December 2015

    The Roman Chapter: Gaetano Aloisio

    Millimetrical precision for picky customers

    In my ongoing hunt to try to determine the defining traits of the Roman jacket – if indeed they exist – how could I not pay a visit to the Gaetano Aloisio atelier? T Keep reading

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    The Roman Chapter: La Camiceria di Piero Today the amount of hand-made stitchings on a shirt have become like the Vuitton bag for narrow-minded provincials: a status symbol”
    13 December 2015

    The Roman Chapter: La Camiceria di Piero

    "Today the amount of hand-made stitchings on a shirt have become like the Vuitton bag for narrow-minded provincials: a status symbol”

    Piero Albertelli is 77 years-old, he has no offspring and is a master shirt-maker of indisputable poise and talent. His laborat Keep reading

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    The Roman Chapter: FG Albertelli  A chat with the owners Domenico D'Angelo and Luca Luchetti
    11 December 2015

    The Roman Chapter: FG Albertelli

    A chat with the owners Domenico D'Angelo and Luca Luchetti

    I meet the two partners, Domenico D’Angelo and Luca Luchetti, in their shop in Piazza del Parl Keep reading

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    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part I The cutting
    7 December 2015

    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part I

    The cutting

    Some weeks ago I  commissioned the sartoria Dalcuore to make me a double-breatsed Ulster Coat from a military green Covercloth by Drape Keep reading

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    The Roman Chapter: Sartoria Carbone Cuneo is a word from the Roman tailoring jargon. Here is what is means
    5 December 2015

    The Roman Chapter: Sartoria Carbone

    "Cuneo" is a word from the Roman tailoring jargon. Here is what is means

    Originally hailing from Reggio Calabria, master tailor Domenicantonio Carbone has lived in Rome since 1957. He runs the atelier with his son Giusep Keep reading

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    Tommy & Giulio Caraceni Does a Roman jacket exist? If so, which are its distictive features?
    30 November 2015

    Tommy & Giulio Caraceni

    Does a Roman jacket exist? If so, which are its distictive features?

    The chief reason behind my visit to Tommy and Giulio Caraceni was simple: to understand if there is such a thing as Keep reading

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    The Roman Chapter - Caleffi Interview with shirtmaker Rodolfo Caleffi in Rome
    24 November 2015

    The Roman Chapter - Caleffi

    Interview with shirtmaker Rodolfo Caleffi in Rome

    During my recent “Roman Holiday”, a friend strongly urged me to pay a visit to Rodolfo Caleffi, Keep reading

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    A. Caraceni - First Fitting This is what happens during a first fitting at A. Caraceni
    5 November 2015

    A. Caraceni - First Fitting

    This is what happens during a first fitting at A. Caraceni

    As the more attentive readers amongst you may remember, a few months ago, I selected a Super 110’s fabric by Vitale Barberi Keep reading

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    Sartoria Flacco A new tailoring house in Potenza
    30 October 2015

    Sartoria Flacco

    A new tailoring house in Potenza

    "The idea to set up a tailor’s atelier came to me from reading your blog.” Are these really the opening words of Antonio Margiotta, the co-foun Keep reading

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