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Quote: Originally Posted by kali77 Those Finamore's are gorgeous Today's arrivals. Last 2-3 orders were more basic and ordinary, so I threw some shirts that I felt had a little more "color" so to speak in this round. what's the fabric number of the light blue stripe? thanks.
I also want a grey wool incotex in size 32.
Could you find light/medium grey wool pants in size 32?
Quote: Originally Posted by blackplatano I always go with the excuse of buying something for myself and end up buying stuff for others. I'm still looking for gray, wool flat front slacks in a 32. If you got some holla at me. I'll pay you in $$$ or incotex whatever you prefer. I am also looking for light/medium grey wool incotex pants, in size 32 or 30 I will go to NY at the early of August. Do you guys think I can find something left...
There is a wonderful thread at AAAC, http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...ad.php?t=68653
Hi wodelaotian/OMG, Here is a link of Beijing bespoke. But it's in Chinese. http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_4991772101000cem.html I think you can also find some cheap tailors in Xiu Shui Street. In general, bespoke in BJ is way behind HK. Shanghai may be a little bit better.
Quote: Originally Posted by The_Foxx recently purchased shirts are finally starting to arrive...two kitons, the final shirt (brioni MTM) should be here on fri or sat. I threw in the SAB umbrella as a special guest Nice shirts. Awful folding Is the blue one the same as this http://cgi.ebay.com/NWT-KITON-NAPOLI...QQcmdZViewItem
Quote: Originally Posted by Dewey With the weak dollar, the cost of my Jantzen shirts has crept up to $48.75. I was charged promptly this time. Also I noticed the website is working again. Isn't HK$ pegged with US$?
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I don't know if you know about the following two equations: sinx = 2*(tan(x/2))/(1+(tan(x/2))^2) cosx = (1-(tan(x/2))^2)/(1+(tan(x/2))^2) Then 4y=(1+ctan(x/2))^4 The remaining is quite simple because (ctan(x))'=-csc(x)^2. I believe this is the simplest way to get the derivative.
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