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Collateralised debt a.k.a. The Cloth Thread

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I've created a cloth thread for those who want to show off their cloth for CMT.Another reason is that I dont want the suiting thread to be filled up with cloth pics.

 

Let me start with some gorgeous designs from my Italian swatch books:

 

Cashmere and silk

 

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Some lovely formal window panes suitable for business

 

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My personal favourite for jacketings

 

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Some lovely POW

 

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We need a name for this thread that isn't a verbatim copy of the SF equivalent. Any suggestions?

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The first thing that occurred to me was "Lamb to the Slaughter" (not just because there's wool, but also because we are indeed like lambs to TS' slaughter) but that's just morbid. So I guess The Cloth Thread works just fine. :D

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I have read that escorial tailors better. As for the feeling, the only time I've felt is a swatch from Taylor & Lodge which contains 50% escorial. Its silky smooth.

 

Just received some lovely cloths. Will post pics soon.

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A very intimate set up, almost felt like a trunk show...great cloths, precision and great personal tailoring,your hard earned money will be worth it :)

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Now how do i get invited for that trunk show?? TS, with all the swath book and cloth, i think you need to trunk bring it all around.

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He came into the hotel room with a roller suitcase in tow. I thought he wanted to spend the night, but it turned out the suitcase housed only cloths and swatch books.

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A very intimate set up, almost felt like a trunk show...great cloths, precision and great personal tailoring,your hard earned money will be worth it :)

 

Intimate indeed.... Not to mention that there was alot of touching as well...

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Collected two lengths of jacketing linen. This time, the customs duty was only 10%.

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