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The Liverano Silhouette

The time has come again, we are due to receive our ‘grand-pere’ and mentor, Antonio Liverano, in store from the 23rd to the 26th of this month.

With over 62 years experience as a tailor, Antonio has forgotten more about tailoring than I will ever know. Trends that we look at with nostalgia he saw in their infancy, from the hat wearing, heavy flannel 50’s with it’s wide legged trousers and and deep double breasteds to the current resurgence of classic Italian. Maintaining his aesthetic, and being the flag bearer of the Florentine dartless front has earnt him praise and continued patronage of some of the industries best - he really is the tailors tailor.

We have been working with Antonio for a few years now, and he has become something like family. His visits to Hong Kong are as much a cultural experience for us as a commercial one - perhaps even more so. He brings the romance of old-world Italian tailoring along with his bunches of vintage cloth, and we take as much as we can of both.

Bookings are filling up quickly, so for appointments, email myself, Jake or Alan at info@thearmoury.com.

Liverano & Liverano at The Armoury

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Dudes wearing their Christian Kimber kit in Florence.

Credit for shot - Tommy Ton, Me, A & H and a few others I missed along the way. 

Dressed by the Best.

2 weeks ago 109 notes


Some of you have asked over the last few weeks about the details of my wedding suit.

Here goes. Navy suit with three curved patch pockets, three roll two buttoning, twin vents, half lined, minimal (almost bare) shoulder padding, “spalla camicia” sleeve head construction, broader lapels, fuller chest with shape through the waist. Pantaloons are flat front, button fly, side tabs, ankle length and 5cm cuffs. In a high performance 100% Italian wool. The suit was made for me by Patrick Johnson Tailors via their Neapolitan production.

I then paired it with a white shirt from my favourite shirt tailors Ascot Chang, a chocolate wool knit tie and a white linen pocket square with contrast piping at each side (navy, chocolate, yellow and pink) both from Ermengildo Zegna.

Finally, nothing was new. The suit is a few years old, the shirt almost four years, the tie and pocket square about 6 years old..

Stay tuned as I will post more details on @wearwithoutcare very soon .. #latergram #some_wedding #msxandguido #mr_and_mrs_wong #family_tales

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Robin in his square and Isaia

1 month ago 260 notes


WIWYesterday - Summer Hues

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Monday uniform

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WIWT - Blue, Green, Brown, Grey - Drake’s, Kamakura, Alden.

I was close to selling these tassels recently, but I ultimately changed my mind after realizing that I don’t have many pairs of calf leather shoes in my closet. I am looking forward to breaking them in more for added character.

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Pin dots

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Suiting by Gennaro Solito, watch by Rolex.

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2 months ago 531 notes


Perfect !


Bespoke Sartoria Ripense donegal suit
Luxire shirt
Boivin tie
Loding shoes

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Brandishing my new James Smith & Son Whangee handled umbrella, a most generous gift from my wonderful friends for my birthday.

I was seriously tempted to go the full ‘London City Gent’ & don my bowler hat, chalk-striped navy suit and heavily polished black shoes. Restraining myself to this still over the top combination of checked three piece with DB waistcoat, made up by Cad & the Dandy, tab collar shirt and lovely double stripe shantung tie from Vanda.

2 months ago 45 notes


"Ayrton was a big part of my life. And certainly the best driver I ever raced against, by a long way" - Alain Prost

This is just a great shot…

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