11th September 2014

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The thicker ‘candy’ stripe shirt might be too bold for some tastes but to us it’s a perfect way to add a bit masculine elegance to a conservative outfit, without going overboard. Here is an example from our AW14/15 collection from Poggianti, where a light blue candy stripe is combined with their amazing collo ventiquattro (or collar twenty four) to create what we think is a beautiful example of how it should be done. We will update our online store with a selection of fine shirting from Poggianti this evening, but you can always visit our brick and mortar store at Trädgårdsgatan 3 to buy the entire collection.




I have this exact shirt, and I absolutely love it!  spiga3:




The thicker ‘candy’ stripe shirt might be too bold for some tastes but to us it’s a perfect way to add a bit masculine elegance to a conservative outfit, without going overboard. Here is an example from our AW14/15 collection from Poggianti, where a light blue candy stripe is combined with their amazing collo ventiquattro (or collar twenty four) to create what we think is a beautiful example of how it should be done. We will update our online store with a selection of fine shirting from Poggianti this evening, but you can always visit our brick and mortar store at Trädgårdsgatan 3 to buy the entire collection.




I have this exact shirt, and I absolutely love it! 

spiga3:

The thicker ‘candy’ stripe shirt might be too bold for some tastes but to us it’s a perfect way to add a bit masculine elegance to a conservative outfit, without going overboard. Here is an example from our AW14/15 collection from Poggianti, where a light blue candy stripe is combined with their amazing collo ventiquattro (or collar twenty four) to create what we think is a beautiful example of how it should be done. 

We will update our online store with a selection of fine shirting from Poggianti this evening, but you can always visit our brick and mortar store at Trädgårdsgatan 3 to buy the entire collection.

I have this exact shirt, and I absolutely love it! 

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3rd June 2014

Today we had some fantastic guests at work, namely Gianfranco, Giuseppe and Stefano from G.Abo Napoli. I first discovered G.Abo during Pitti last June, and I immediately fell in love with their products. Their jackets are almost entirely handmade, with a RTW cut that is among the best I have ever seen, even compared to the likes of D’Avenza, Orazio Luciano, Caruso and many other high end brands. What sets G.Abo apart from the competition is the amazing value for money they offer, with a mostly handmade product at an industrial price level. Today I had the opportunity to get myself measured for su misura garments by G.Abo’s head tailor Gianfranco. We also discussed and planned a su misura event that will take place at SPIGA 3 in September, were all of you will get the opportunity to be measured by the very skilled Gianfranco and place orders for your own personalised jackets, suits, and coats.  Today we had some fantastic guests at work, namely Gianfranco, Giuseppe and Stefano from G.Abo Napoli. I first discovered G.Abo during Pitti last June, and I immediately fell in love with their products. Their jackets are almost entirely handmade, with a RTW cut that is among the best I have ever seen, even compared to the likes of D’Avenza, Orazio Luciano, Caruso and many other high end brands. What sets G.Abo apart from the competition is the amazing value for money they offer, with a mostly handmade product at an industrial price level. Today I had the opportunity to get myself measured for su misura garments by G.Abo’s head tailor Gianfranco. We also discussed and planned a su misura event that will take place at SPIGA 3 in September, were all of you will get the opportunity to be measured by the very skilled Gianfranco and place orders for your own personalised jackets, suits, and coats. 

Today we had some fantastic guests at work, namely Gianfranco, Giuseppe and Stefano from G.Abo Napoli. 

I first discovered G.Abo during Pitti last June, and I immediately fell in love with their products. Their jackets are almost entirely handmade, with a RTW cut that is among the best I have ever seen, even compared to the likes of D’Avenza, Orazio Luciano, Caruso and many other high end brands. What sets G.Abo apart from the competition is the amazing value for money they offer, with a mostly handmade product at an industrial price level. 

Today I had the opportunity to get myself measured for su misura garments by G.Abo’s head tailor Gianfranco. We also discussed and planned a su misura event that will take place at SPIGA 3 in September, were all of you will get the opportunity to be measured by the very skilled Gianfranco and place orders for your own personalised jackets, suits, and coats. 

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