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To add to the delight, I've deleted some of the telltale information (location of stores, phone number, etc.) from below the store logo.
Perhaps a different method of posting....
Even the most trying visit to the bathroom can be brightened by the Andover Shop catalogue.
I envision a dust jacket photo of John Wayne wearing a chalk-striped suit and brown suede shoes. The title : The Duke.
Quote: Quote: Originally Posted by kabert,June 22 2005,07:53 Does anyone know what the EG "Isham" shoe (or boot) is? Sorry, neither have I ever come across the Isham before. Maybe they have named a shoe after the musician Mark Isham: Maybe they named it for Lance Isham, recent president and vice-chairman of Polo Ralph Lauren.
Here are the stores Edward Green thinks sell Edward Green shoes in North America: EDWARD GREEN STOCKISTS IN U.S.A. GEORGE BASS INC\t\t\t\t\tSAKS FIFTH AVENUE 201 ST CHARLES AVENUE\t\t\t 611 FIFTH AVENUE SUITE 103 \t\t\t\t\t\tNEW YORK NEW ORLEANS\t\t\t\t\t U.S.A. LOUISIANA 70170\t\t\t\t\t(Also in Saks San Francisco) U.S.A. JAY KOS 986 LEXINGTON AVE & 475 PARK AVENUE NEW YORK NEW YORK NY 10021 NY 10022 USA ...
Yeah, like I said.
Has Flusser fully treated the great tradition of military influence in civilian clothing? If not, Rogering the Man. Perhaps something Shavian: Superman and the Man.
When I was just a pup, I learned that the "count" measurements for apparel textiles and domestic (sheets, for instance) textiles were calculated differently. For quite a while I kept the entry from The Fairchild Dictionary of Textiles that explained the difference. I doubt I can quote it precisely now, but the gist of it was that the "thread count" number used in domestic textiles was what most of us intuitively think it is. You take one square inch of the cloth and count...
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