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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
Thats legit. Where did you find that type of collar Marc, is it detatchable?
It's a detachable collar. I bought 25 from the last remaining stock of a U.S. company that made them from the 1862 to 2008. I reckon that 25 should be be enough for one man's lifetime.
Information about the company (before it closed down):
"Our Company is in a third generation of continuous production. It began in 1862 as the Reversible Collar Company of Cambridge Massachusetts, then, while still in Massachusetts, becoming the Gibson Lee Collar Company. The company is now located in Davenport, Iowa as Amazon Drygoods Collars and Cuffs. We own the original Reversible Collar Company's cast iron presses and continue to manufacture most of our collars on those very same presses as they did in the 1860's. Each collar is crafted one at a time to the historically original standards and 100% cotton laminated linene material. If you are in our town please stop in to see our unique piece of history punching out your collars in our work shop. The only other collar press we know still to exist is on display in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C."
hurray! marc chevalier is back! great outfit and great picture.
funny...i made a big papermoon like this last weekend. the shooting will be in 2 weeks. I really like them.
See the bearded guy in the photo? His girlfriend has a business devoted to paper moon photography: http://pmvintage.com/
Good photo, and good to see you back, Marc!
Thanks Cherry Lips, you are too kind!
Katue - Thank you. I set my hair everynight with sponge rollers, but I do not have a particular setting pattern.
The following morning I brush it out on the top, and then from the inside, and use hairspray.
Miss Tuppence - Thanks my dear. Btw, I love your new avatar!
@ Marc Chevalier - you look very neat on the picture! My compliments!
This is awesome! Looove the zombie! hehe
Soooooo Cute!!! I have something similar in red!
Simply stunning photo!
thats alot! I remember that company, too bad they're paper collars and not cloth.
I'm away from the Lounge for a bit and look at what I've missed. Excellent work everyone - you all look very sharp!
The picture of contentment.
You look absolutely smashing
Oh and by the way.... welcome back
Really darling Cherry Lips
Something about the flag behind you makes you look like a President dressed for success (that is supposed to be a compliment ). The other guy also looks quite suave too, if a bit casual next to you.
Also, would you object to my using this picture for my blog (in an entry about how politicians should dress)? I quite understand if you don't want to be associated with such a contraversial blog.
Worn today for the hunting of treasures at an Antiques Fair…
Hat and Scarf 1930’s and dress and blouse made from 30’s patterns.