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I believe so, yeah. I'll double check with them, but I think they just mark it as a pocket handkerchief with a value of $45.(Incidentally, we just switched platforms, and we're offering a special deal at the moment - if you use this link to sign up, you get a free square, no matter what length of subscription you sign up for.) And if you sign up for a year, you'll get two free squares - a white Irish linen one, plus the bonus for signing up this month.Anyway, lemme email...
Our fulfillment company marks the customs forms truthfully.
Manhattan thrifting is amazing. I was in a shop last week that had like six racks of new Saint James stuff, four Mackintosh amps, several pairs of unworn Mabitex trousers, some newish YSL Rive Gauch coats, and that was just the start of it. Mostly too expensive to carry home and sell, but all at prices I'd have popped for stuff in my size. Unreal.
Either someone recognized me at the thrift store today, or some dude wanted to get with me but couldn't quite pull the trigger on an invitation to romance. Either way, I am flattered.
That A&F safari jacket is really cool. It isn't too old, though - 80s.
Just a phone shot a pal took on our way back from lunch. You can't quite see it, but it's a seersucker check.
Not quite a (new) thrift find, but I invited a friend over to look through my 45s today. I only have a few hundred, picked up while thrifting in high school and college. Since I no longer DJ, I honestly hadn't played them in a decade, but I didn't want to get rid of them without an experienced eye. Anyway, my pal's a big soul music expert, and he pointed out what I hoped/expected, which was that a few dozen of them were $10 records, not $1 records. Oh, and that one of...
Anyone who's an 18 1/2 / 36 in LA, there's literally twenty Brooks shirts, a whole wardrobe, I'd presume, at the St. Vincent De Paul's in East LA. Lots of white, blue, etc.
RuPaul was on my radio show this week. (A sharp dude in menswear, incidentally. Was wearing a beatiful seersucker suit.) We were talking about the crazy outfits he's worn over the years - dresses, suits and otherwise. He'd asked me about whether I ever wore crazy costumes, and I mentioned some western shirts I used to have in high school, and an journey to find men's size 12 pumps for a show I was in once. Anyway: Me: As a guy who works part-time in menswear, wearing...
Ours are hand-rolled and hand-stitched and hand-cut and hand-everything. The only things that aren't hands are scissors, needle and thread.
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