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Getting rid of a few pair of shoes I no longer wear. AE Grayson - Burgundy - size 9D Worn once. Classic tassel loafer. Asking $150 (negotiable). AE Walden - Burgundy - size 9D Worn only a handful of times. Traditional penny loafer (weejun style). Asking $100 (negotiable). AE Boston - Black - size 9D This is a limited edition monk strap that is 280 degree welt construction (rare for Allen Edmonds). The current Boston model is a chunkier 360 degree welt. Tons of...
This is a Martin Greenfield era Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece suit. Prior to 2010, Brooks Brother used to outsource the manufacturing of their Golden Fleece line to the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn NY. The suits produced during this era include significantly more hand-worked detail than what Brooks Brothers currently labels as "Golden Fleece." Hand sewn: button holes, under collar, lining, armholes, pant waistband, and more. "Madison" cut, which is the classic...
Price drop to $500 (was previously $600)
New sportcoat added - handsome dark brown glen check http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=281069657806
There's a lot of confusion on this forum with regard to Y William Yu - in an attempt to set the record straight: (1) William Yu ("WY") - located in Hong Kong, NOT affiliated with Y William Yu. Website is: http://www.williamyutailor.com/eng/about.html (2) Y William Yu ("YWY") - located in BOTH Hong Kong and NYC on Madison Avenue. Website for the NYC location is: http://www.ywilliamyu.com/; to my knowledge there is no website for the HK location. Both WY and YWY travel...
Sold
This is a Martin Greenfield era Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece suit. Prior to 2010, Brooks Brother used to outsource the manufacturing of their Golden Fleece line to the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn NY. The suits produced during this era include significantly more hand-worked detail than what Brooks Brothers currently labels as "Golden Fleece." Hand sewn: button holes, under collar, lining, armholes, pant waistband, and more. "Madison" cut, which is the classic...
Two additional sportcoats added to the lot: SOLD http://www.ebay.com/itm/281054565888?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 http://www.ebay.com/itm/281054569111?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
This is a classic Hickey Freeman tuxedo in the "Modern Madison" cut, which is the same as the Madison cut. It is "modern" due to the peak lapels and single button closure - of course these styling details are to be expected in a classic tuxedo. Other details include hand sewn button hole on lapel, satin facing lapels, satin stripe down pants. The Madison model was the most popular Hickey Freeman model before it was replaced by the current line in 2011. Jacket is FULLY...
Suit is sold.
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