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i have some of both that i purchased when they were first popular and i didn't know much better but which i'm still wearing the pink shirts have by far upheld better than the tyrwhitt ones however, having said that, almost all of the pink shirts i have which have held up well are the original 'made in ireland' ones whereby the workmanship is considerably better then when they moved production to morocco or whereever it was; the few non-irish made pink shirts are more...
yes, entertainment weekly does a preview / recap for each episode and usually talks with one of the producers who confirm a lot of theories or steer the viewers in the right direction here is the link for the desmond episode: http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20182393,00.html if you look at the bottom of the page for that article, there are links for the previous articles as written by jeff jensen aka doc jensen
i can't really help you other than to say i've seen the stuff in person and it's quality shopjake, an affiliate here at SF, carries the stuff in chicago and they post here from time to time so perhaps they can answer your query (or send them a message)
there is an entertainment weekly column that explains a lot of stuff by chatting with the producers so here is the explanation of sorts on the most recent episode since i still can put it all together: Executive producer Carlton Cuse was gracious enough to spill the following: ''Finally! Ben's gonna tell us who sent that damn freighter!'' Whoa! Now that's a big-time tease for you! Thanks, Captain Cuse! You know, wouldn't it be a fiendish twist if we find out...
interesting from businessweek dated 6 March 2008 H&M buys Cheap Monday jeans maker STOCKHOLM, Sweden Fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz AB said Thursday it has signed a deal to buy privately owned Swedish fashion company Fabric Scandinavien AB, maker of Cheap Monday jeans. H&M said it has bought a 60 percent stake in Fabric Scandinavien for 564 million kronor ($92 million) from the founders of the company, Adam Friberg, Lars Karlsson, Orjan Andersson and...
... i don't think that arsenal was 'woefully short of confidence" ... i think is was the exact opposite, they were full of confidence; even the italian media after the game indicated that in their reports
i have a pair that i picked up for something like $25 canadian at winners, which usually always has some that always get marked down really low (since you're in vancouver check out winners) the selvage is nice but it's no better or worse than any of the levi's capital e/premium lines that use selvage; they fit similar to a pair of 501 but somewhat slimmer (i think that there is both a slim and a standard or loose version, if i'm correct, for the warhol line)
their website indicates that in addition to liberty and selfridges, these three stores carry apc men's wear in london: bluebird (350 king's road, chelsea) diverse (294 upper street) urban outfitters (20 market place)
valextra started in milan in 1937 giovanni fontana was the founder i don't know where the name comes from though it's current revival comes from the hands of their new ceo, massimo suppancig, who previously was a ceo for hugo boss and escada brands, and just bought the brand in 2003ish apparently he has been able to lure back out of retirement the artisans who retired in the 70s when fontana retired
the true purpose of toner is to restore the pH level of your skin post any exfoliation, such as shaving, so that any moisturizer or aftershave lotion can be properly absorbed they can also be used post shaving to remove any excess residue http://www.menessentials.com/oxid.ph.../tone_deaf.tpl
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