One of the best parts of my job is helping a young guy with his first great suit. Not something he bought at the mall, or from a flash sale. But the suit he’s going to interview or get married in. The suit that gives him confidence on his way up. We worked with Luigi Bianchi Mantova to bring that suit to Badowers at the best price for a garment made in Italy. We started with the first 3 tailored pieces we think every man should own. A navy suit, grey suit, and navy blazer are the first in a series. The “Master” is a model new to the U.S. from Luigi Bianchi. It is an updated drop 7 suit, the coat is a bit shorter with a very soft shoulder. The pant has a low rise, trim knee, and bottom to compliment the coat. For the blazer we chose a hopsack fabric with some texture but still a soft hand.
The grey and navy suit fabric is a wool with a bit of stretch for comfort.
Go to our online shop. We have a full run of sizes from 48 Reg to 56 Long. There will be other pieces coming to this collection including seasonal fabrics. $775-$995.
Tuesday, April 10th is our Spring trunk show with Eton of Sweden and Luigi Bianchi. Eton of Sweden was named as Esquire Magazine’s editor’s pick best dress shirt. Luigi Bianchi is a 100 yr old Italian clothing line and is getting lots of great press for the LBM 1911 collection of soft coats. They make a great selection of unlined sport coats from the main line that would be perfect for the warmer months ahead. The shows are a great time to grab a piece in season and pre-order for next season. Promotions and more details to come.
LBM 1911 Cotton Suit. Eton Shirt. Cause and Effect Belt
Thursday, April 12th is our Spring Launch Party featuring Billy Moore of Cause and Effect leather goods. He will be bringing a selection of belts, bags, and other leather goods made up for this event. On Friday the 13th he will be in the store all day to take special requests and cutting belts to your specifications. We are putting together gift bags for our guests on the 12th with the help of our friends at 8/7 central. Should be a good time and, as always, we will make our way to the Alpine Tap after the event.