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Colbert's Camo

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Curious as to who designed the amazing camouflage suit that Colbert Report host Stephen Colbert is wearing on his "Operation Iraqi Stephen: Going Commando" USO tour? According to LA Times blog All The Rage, the suit was produced by Brooks Brothers at the company's Southwick suit factory in Haverhill, Mass. "The label (often worn by Colbert) designed a one-of-a-kind, made-to-measure camouflage-patterned suit based on its Madison style suit in 'Army digicamo' material. The jacket's body is lined in tan, its sleeves are lined with a cream-and-green-striped fabric, and it's paired with coordinating flat-front trousers." [All the Rage]