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I think the SF Barneys had that at the beginning of the season. Not sure what they have left of S/S, but it might be worth a visit -- or give them a call.
high waisted full trou are excellent, esp with the looser, longer jacket. my preference would be for a plain white shirt, but the floral does add to the slight 50s "on holiday in Havana" look.    btw B!CD, actually (:-) the 30s are the CM golden age. the 50s were too decadent for the classic guys: big shoulders, ventless jackets, atomic age Jetson patterns, tiny bow ties, etc. they were like the douchebag players community of the time.
 schweaty balzers! grab one. 
thanks nn.  will give the Uniqlos a whirl this fall.   I remember reading somewhere in the great archives of MC, that there are actually now only a couple grades of cashmere available on the global market as opposed to 20 yrs ago when there were more options and higher grades available. There are only a few makers today who still have access to the good stuff (Scotland?), and everyone else uses basically the same raw material suppliers.    Hendrix, I have one knit from...
nn, how does the Uniqlo cashmere hold up?   the few lambswool and merino knits I have pilled like crazy.
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I like your writing style, Mr Robot.
  Parker adding petrol*  * technically biodiesel
 Was the men's collection (his first, right?) as disruptive or viewed as avantgarde as his womens debut in '81? Seems like the oversized suits and monochrome palette was already happening in menswear with Perry Ellis, Armani, et al. As opposed to maybe Gaultier who was doing men's skirts and weird androgynous stuff. You know I am big Yohji fan. There are a bunch of looks in that collection I would still wear now. It's also cool to see a continuous thread in his details and...
5.0 fits me better. ime slightly more room in the toe box than the 4.0  both have the same spongy footbed.
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