Speaking of The Tommy We're Looking For, there's a pretty good piece about the Tommy empire and its relationship with hip-hop in Complex this week: http://www.complex.com/style/2016/08/tommy-hilfiger-hiphop-oral-history
Hit a few stores with the missus while we were out today, didn't come out with much. recent Sammy silk blend couple vintage hats, mug, and some reading material pop on Neil Barrett, wool blazer with lambskin details [[SPOILER]] SW&D dudes: can I get a legit check on this Baby Milo tee? Only place I can find this graphic is on the site of some singaporean blog selling them for $10, which doesn't bode well. [[SPOILER]]
Woolrich John Rich & Bros is the mid-tier line of theirs, if I remember correctly. I think the hierarchy of current lines goes Woolrich Originals (green label) < Woolrich JR&B (navy label) < Woolrich White (white label). I have a few Woolrich JRB shirts and a blazer and it's decent stuff but there's not much resale on it in my experience. Woolrich Woolen Mills (aka WWM, black label similar to the old Woolrich label) is a discontinued line that Mcnairy and Suzuki both...
NM found my answer!
US sellers: I've been shipping USPS via a proxy for a while now, and had an instance this morning where a customer is claiming an item never arrived, though tracking shows it was delivered (and he acknowledged this in his email). With Canada Post I know the sender has to open a case with the postal service, is it the same with the USPS, or is the recipient supposed to contact the USPS, or both/either?
Took a trip down to Great Falls to visit the legendary Sip 'n' Dip and did some thrifting en route. As expected, no worthwhile tailoring but found some fun vintage stuff. snapbacks and a Thai neck-shade cap [[SPOILER]] Italian-made Fila track jacket sweatshirts ('91 Twins and Little League ones are my faves) tommy carpenter jeans buncha tees and one of those football crop-tops that came up last week Merrill Woolen Mills board shirts (N/A), Big Mac chambray with...