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    Luciano Barbera & (high end) Zegna ones I guess since they make their own fabrics.

    Brioni is PPR now, the profit margin has to grow...

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    Curious... who makes RICK OWENS footwear? What other brands do they produce for?

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    hey guys is there anyway to tell which season / year is this stooges from ?

    guy listing says exploder but in email he replied said 2009

    says olmar and mirta on tags


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    LP=hammered lamb, Olmar and Mirta are the manufacturers
    I dont noe season/year

    Quote Originally Posted by poopbong View Post
    hey guys is there anyway to tell which season / year is this stooges from ?

    guy listing says exploder but in email he replied said 2009

    says olmar and mirta on tags

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    Last edited by shiliquan; 08-17-2012 at 11:36 PM.

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    Does anyone know something about where are produced Celine bags & shoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by underdog View Post
    Yesterday I received an order from YOOX that included a blazer from Comme des Garcons' SHIRT label. Was very surprised to see on the tag that it was made in China. All other CdG pieces I own were produced in Japan or France.
    i've seen quite similar looking SHIRT blazers (poly and wool patchwork) that were made both in china and france. the made in france pieces were abt 150% more expensive. i saw the made in china jkt in merci shop in paris as well. online shops sometime note "made in france" or nothing - that when it's probably "made in china".

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    This may be interesting to read with regards to the design manufacture and creation of the garments we wear especially when it comes to their quality!

    Article: http://www.thefutureoflifestyle.com/...f-quality.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilL.FASH View Post
    This may be interesting to read with regards to the design manufacture and creation of the garments we wear especially when it comes to their quality!

    Article: http://www.thefutureoflifestyle.com/...f-quality.html
    Posted by Lil Lagerfeld

    It was a pretty mundane read too, no offence.

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    No offence taken, in hindsight you're probably right. Thinking aloud I suppose sorry guys.

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    Blk Dove Mfg. designed/ co-designed and manufactured some of the accessories for Rick Owens http://blackdovemfg.com/ http://partsof4.com/

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    Céline shoes are made by Fratelli Rossi near Venice, they also manufacture for givenchy, marc by marc jacobs, pucci and lacroix.

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    Dear J__J,
    I think you mean Rossimoda Spa, not Fratelli Rossi? They are located in the town of Stra in the Veneto between Venice and Padova, one of the leading areas for shoemaking and leather goods in Northern Italy (also home to some of the most beautiful 16th and 17th century villas in Europe) link to their site here... http://www.rossimoda.com/it/griffes.aspx

    Best wishes, Geoffrey

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    Geoffrey, you are right, I had a bit of a lapsus there!
    The area is really something as you say, all those gorgeous villas on the Brenta are worth a visit.
    Ballin is also another factory outlet worth visiting in the area, they allegedly make some models for Louboutin and Vuitton. A friend got some shoes there and they were a dead ringer for the famous CL Simple pump so it might be true, who knows.

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    Wondering if there is any info on the current laboratories that CCP uses since 07 for his clothes and also leather wear?

    Wondering the same with LUC, are the non knit wear pieces produced in house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErnstLudwig View Post
    Luciano Barbera & (high end) Zegna ones I guess since they make their own fabrics.

    Brioni is PPR now, the profit margin has to grow...
    Bumping this using a boring comment: some Zegna garments are also made in Switzerland. Note that the Tom Ford line is made in the same Italian factories than Zegna couture and is really amazing stuff from a tailoring point of view, most bespoke tailors wouldn't even attempt to replicate the shoulder (spalla insellata). I don't even like the look but just saying some brands still produce (certain items, his shoes seem average for example) to a high level.
    Last edited by Fuuma; 02-15-2013 at 12:49 PM. Reason: corrected name of zegna higher line
    Selling CCP, Harnden, Raf, Rick etc.
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    just read that Pier SpA will be producing Hussein Chalayan. It is a 7 year agreement.

    http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/2013/02/...eal---pier-spa

    ETA: the first collection will be Pre Fall 2013 (i think) .

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    /\ Speaking of which, Pier SPA produces for:

    Azzedine Alaia, Balenciaga, Chloé, Dior, Dries Van Noten, Kris Van Assche, Lagerfeld, Nina Ricci, Yves Saint Laurent, among others.
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    came across this excellent source of shoe factories in italy producing for a number of brands, complete with phone numbers, addresses, etc.

    http://shoesandfashion.it/aziende/ES...CALZATURE.html

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    This thread was so interesting to me that I registered. So im going to just throw something in, which i was wondering all the time:

    who does the shoes for ro? it is not omlar and mirta, i think, as crafting clothes and crafting shoes is something completely different and needs different machines, knowledge etc.

    it would be a crazy coincidenc if they have superior sewers/pattern cutters etc. + superior shoemaker in one manufacturing hub, imo.
    almost anti-everything

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