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http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/verdict-oliver-curtis-husband-of-roxy-jacenko-guilty-of-insider-trading-20160531-gp7tve.html   Look at that tasteful printed silk tie. That colour? It's called "deep magenta". And the material, that's "Macclesfield". My god... It even has a dimple.
Any pics? I'm pretty interested in this, been looking for some cheap, long, printed silk ties.
http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/alleged-insider-traders-had-flexible-morality-oliver-curtis-trial-hears-20160527-gp55gp.html   The way PJ's suit prices are going, no wonder he has to insider trade.   Ballsy wearing patch pockets to a court appearance, but I guess sprezz comes first.
http://www.executivestyle.com.au/can-vietnam-tailoring-measure-up-against-savile-row-gouvqk   In today's edition of shit executivestyle articles, a man compares a $10,000 Huntsman suit (or rather he largely just brags about having bought it) to shit bought in Hoi An and comes to no conclusion.
I don't know much about perfume, but I guess that all makes scents
Far too polite, you won't fit in here.
Gents just an FYI, that Fox umbrella on massdrop is effectively the same as the TM Lewin ones. Mine looks exactly the same but apparently slightly better materials in the massdrop version. However the TM Lewin ones are $70 and can be picked up immediately vs $200 and a wait for the others. I was wrong about China too, it says made in england on the shaft, although you do have to take this with a little bit of a grain of salt.
Just colour in the rest of the white stripes with the same pen, solid blue ties are more minimalist anyway.
I went with one of the TM lewin umbrellas and just in time too, started raining on day back from store. They are indeed made by Fox, but I suspect by fox's shenzhen division... Better quality then a chemist umbrella but probably not amazingly so.
I won't have this unfair criticism of public servants.
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