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I'm shocked it took half the article to mention Berlutti. For better or for worse, I see this move as an effort to follow in the footsteps of LVMH (a move that is usually not a good thing). Given Hermes' traditionally anti-sellout mentality, it will be interesting to see how things go.
It was as if I'd seen a ghost...
Have you checked T.J.Marx?
Foo, while I'm sure you've done your due diligence, what are the laws on bringing those frames into the US? The shells themselves are grandfathered (and Maison Bonnet has a unique blessing from the French government), but I was under the impression that the CITES-driven laws forbid the importation of anything made from Hawksbill after 1973?
William Holden, 1954 (shot by Mark Shaw). You're really not good at this...
Just when I was thinking SF was my only one true respite from UGA...
Not quite as dramatic as a Nehru collar, and certainly more Anglo-fied, but Sid Mashburn has some band collar shirts on offer this season. Both in standard button-front and popover.
Intriguing. Given the lack of welting I'd assume they all wear very light (par for the Italian course). May have to try a pair of drivers or suede loafers come Spring.
George Peppard in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Chipp?Meh, Vineyard Vines, RL and some other smaller houses make a lot of whimsical ties that look the part. But you're right, I can spot a Hermes or Ferragmo from a mile away -- the key is to look for a flimsy tie with a terrible knot.
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