They’re made in Italy and say “Linea Genchi”. I’m not sure if that’s a manufacturer or a model, alas I speak no Italian and the internets only returns Italian language results. Sorry for not being more help.
EDIT:evolvingstyle said: The asker might consider asking Die, Workwear. I had an Italian made tie and couldn’t find any info on it. I sent an email to DWW with all the identifying marks and he got back to me in less than two hours with some knowledge.
Me & Sadie go way back.
To before I was a blogger.
But not before she was (I think OG is the proper acronym).
This is worked into my thrifter’s manifesto that I’ve been working on for like 6 months. I’m one or two revisions from the end, but my computer has been barely functional for the last 2 weeks and typing anything has been a challenge
(you may have noticed my markedly shortened commentary and reduced posting schedule, when google chrome takes 2 minutes to load and then freezes for 45 seconds every time you open a page or begin to type, it can break your concentration.)
Thoughts on this subject will be covered in depth shortly.
Not the worst celebrity comparison I’ve gotten. I can even sort of see it.
I prefer to think of my style as 1/3 70’s cop, 1/3 olde tyme saloon keep and 1/3 punk rock,
but I’ll take nerd gone crazy.
So I was walking out the door in my new-to-me (and super bloggy) Lanvin Double Breasted Blazer when I bumped against the recently painted door in my buildings impossible-to-navigate entryway.
Terrified at losing something so nice I raced upstairs, soaked the jacket in cold water and then sprayed the painty areas with Shout Advanced (TM) (not before reading the use label so as not to further destroy my garment) and then scrubbed it off with a toothbrush (not the one I brush my teeth with, that’d be gross). I then rinsed it again in cold water and it’s currently drying. It appears successful, but we shall see.
I also got my 505’s painty, and did the same thing, on them it worked slightly less well, but it’s water based paint so I figure I can just douse the affected areas in the Shout spray and then launder them on full blast.
I don’t have a moral to this story (yet) but it looks (knock wood) successful. Have any of my readers ever done anything stupid that ended up alright (clothing-wise, I don’t want to know about that time you hit on your boss but were both too drunk to remember).