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I have seen these in person, they're about on par with most fashion brands, such as MMM and Balenciaga. It's about a half step below SLP and a full step below Dior.Since that particular item is deconstructed, it is not meant to have a canvassed interior, so you don't need to worry about them cutting corners there. It'll look good for about 2-3 seasons, at most. I wouldn't expect it to last 4-5 years, though, without some awkward wear and maybe a shine on the sleeves, etc.
Yes, I don't know the system, but the SAs do, especially the French ones who seem very well trained. Good luck with the query. There's a really nice French one at the Miami boutique, Eric, he may be able to help.
Gucci is very LA... They really do need a revamp, more so than YSL did, IMO, although Hedi obviously had a history with the YSL house.
57th.Good luck on the discount, hahaha. I think all the leathers are north of 3.5K and I don't recall seeing any discounted.
They have a cool SA there named Donald, who occasionally works some magic (e.g., can get access to items before they drop in the States).
I saw it at 44 in the NYC Madison Ave boutique, but believe it was the "last one." Very cool fit and less billowy than a lot of their other items. If I didn't have a two-year old (bad news for suede), I would've picked it up for sure. On the quality front, 95% of what I have seen is made in Italy and on par if not slightly better than most other high-end designers, such as Balenciaga, Lanvin, etc. I'd even say SLP leathers tend to be nicer. Is it on the same level as...
That third clip (dunk on bosh) is outstanding. He's like the perfect combo of long & lean with a natural grace to his movement. When did the Greek Freak start playing basketball?
Apropos avatar name for that get up, to boot. No pun intended
If you guys ever find yourselves in Philadelphia, check out the Fat Ham. They have this super spicy fried chicken in the University City (U of P, Drexel) area of the city, so a cool young, eclectic vibe and fantastic fried chicken. Fried oyster shooters are ballin' too if you want to go all out.
That was a lot of effort Bawlin!
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