Put This On Season 2 Episode 3 Clothing Credits

Intro & Savile Row

Coat - Vintage by Capper & Capper

Scarf - Courtesy of Christine Cariati

Gloves - Vintage

Hat - Vintage by Royal Stetson

Suit - Vintage by Giacomo Trabalza

Cardigan - Vintage by Brooks Brothers (From S2E2)

Shirt - Thin Red Line

Tie - Ralph Lauren Purple Label

Pocket Square - Put This On Gentlemen’s Association

Shoes - Vintage Alden

How It’s Made: Drake’s Necktie

Suit - High Society Tailor (cloth by Molloy & Sons)

Cuff Links - Vintage

Shirt - Thin Red Line

Tie - Vintage Carroll & Co.

Square - Put This On Gentlemen’s Association

Season 2 Episode 4 Clothing Credits

Introduction

Overcoat - Vintage by Capper & Capper

Scarf - Courtesy of Christine Cariati

Hat - Courtesy of W. Bill

Q and Answer

Coat - Polo Ralph Lauren

Sweater - Vintage

Tie - Cordings

Shirt - Thin Red Line

Pocket Square - Put This On Gentlemen’s Association

Scarf - Courtesy Christine Cariati

Hat - Courtesy W. Bill

Trousers - Pro Tailor, Los Angeles

Shoes - Vintage Florsheim

David Saxby

Suit - High Society Tailor (cloth by Molloy & Sons)

Cuff Links - Vintage

Shirt - Thin Red Line

Tie - Vintage Carroll & Co.

Square - Put This On Gentlemen’s Association

Was just emailing with a family friend, Christine Cariati. She’s been a fine artist for about 20 years, but before that she was a weaver, half of a company called Cariati & Wainwright which made hand-woven clothes and accessories in San Francisco. Recently, she’s returned to weaving part time, making some absolutely gorgeous silk scarves. She sent me a couple of her samples, and they’re just stunning.
Christine will be showing her art, offering some scarves for sale and demonstrating her weaving at an open studio this weekend in San Francisco. If you’re in the Bay Area, you should make a point of visiting. If you ask nicely, she might even tell you embarassing stories about me as a baby.
Hunters PointBuilding 110 • Studio 205Saturday, October 29th 11am-5pmSunday, October 30th. 11am-4pm

Was just emailing with a family friend, Christine Cariati. She’s been a fine artist for about 20 years, but before that she was a weaver, half of a company called Cariati & Wainwright which made hand-woven clothes and accessories in San Francisco. Recently, she’s returned to weaving part time, making some absolutely gorgeous silk scarves. She sent me a couple of her samples, and they’re just stunning.

Christine will be showing her art, offering some scarves for sale and demonstrating her weaving at an open studio this weekend in San Francisco. If you’re in the Bay Area, you should make a point of visiting. If you ask nicely, she might even tell you embarassing stories about me as a baby.

Hunters Point
Building 110 • Studio 205

Saturday, October 29th 11am-5pm
Sunday, October 30th. 11am-4pm

Christine Cariati has been close friends with my mother my entire life. When they first met, Christine taught my mother to weave, and I grew up with the sound of a loom in the room next to my bedroom. In the 80s, Christine and a friend ran a hand-woven goods company called Cariati & Wainwright that sold clothes and accessories in extremely high-end boutiques. Eventually, Christine quit weaving to pursue a career as a fine artist - several of her works hang in my home.
Recently, Christine has gone back to weaving, and she was kind enough to send me two scarves she wove from deadstock silk she had in a warehouse. They’re spectacularly beautiful, as you can see even in my lousy photograph above.
Hopefully, we’ll offer a very limited selection of the scarves for sale sometime in the next few months. Each will be hand-woven on a mechanical loom by Christine herself, and we expect a price around $150. I’m really proud we’ll get to share these pieces, which are true heirlooms.

Christine Cariati has been close friends with my mother my entire life. When they first met, Christine taught my mother to weave, and I grew up with the sound of a loom in the room next to my bedroom. In the 80s, Christine and a friend ran a hand-woven goods company called Cariati & Wainwright that sold clothes and accessories in extremely high-end boutiques. Eventually, Christine quit weaving to pursue a career as a fine artist - several of her works hang in my home.

Recently, Christine has gone back to weaving, and she was kind enough to send me two scarves she wove from deadstock silk she had in a warehouse. They’re spectacularly beautiful, as you can see even in my lousy photograph above.

Hopefully, we’ll offer a very limited selection of the scarves for sale sometime in the next few months. Each will be hand-woven on a mechanical loom by Christine herself, and we expect a price around $150. I’m really proud we’ll get to share these pieces, which are true heirlooms.