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On a college tour for a freshman business class, your dress code is "don't make the professor look stupid." Don't worry about impressing anyone or ruining your chances at a future job. I am guessing you don't even share your name with anyone. Wear your suit pants, and a button down shirt, no tie, no jacket, dress shoes, don't wear white socks
nothing to add re: Dege, but there is a Hamilton trunk show tomorrow (Oct 2nd) at the NY Barneys and Battistoni in LA also tomorrow http://www.barneys.com/Trunk%20Shows...efault,pg.html
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Timberland used to make these with gore-tex - but I guess not anymore
I was not paying attention to this event, but I got a email about a trunk show at Leffot happening that night and checked out the website - most of the major stores (barneys, bg, saks) mens stores (brooks, paul stuart, jpress) and brand stores (Cuccinelli, Brioni, Zegna, Rag and Bone) are having some version of free drinks and C list celebrities I'm not sure what the point of all this is, except to spend $. To the extent that stores can, I think they are going to avoid...
Quote: Originally Posted by mlyngard http://www.denimart.com/worldjeanshop/Belts/Belts.html Nice stuff. Hey now, i missed this before... they actually have a web shop now - when did that happen? anyway they have pics of all their finishes here http://www.worldjeanshop.com/ and click on "finishes" the online store has their jeans, some jackets, belts, timberland boot co shoes, filsons, etc.
so, does anyone know somebody in the Japanese magazine business to get the English men's ex idea off the ground? also, there is one american magazine called "Antenna" which kind of follows the men's ex idea where most of the content is unstaged clothes - unfortunately 99% of the stuff is Bathing Ape type stuff.
Quote: Originally Posted by jcc123 I have to disagree with most of you that a magazine like Men's Ex would do well here in the States. If you bothered to look at the magazine closely you would see that it's built on a different business model. Most crapazines in the states are built on an Ad based revenues model whereas magazines like Men's Ex are built on a subscriptions based revenues model. Agree with all of this, but... why can't...
A half-hearted attempt; only medium widths, same pictures as their main website, only basic colors but here it is... http://us.estore.johnlobb.com/
MC keeps me focused on a good fit, it could be debated... but I think bad fitting suit looks worse than bad fitting jeans... whatever, both forums for the most part focus on quality over the traditional b.s. brand names, which is a good thing
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