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I know that the NJ stores will be closing 9/15. My guess is most NYC stores will be the same; they might consolidate some stuff to a few locations, but my guess is that whatever doesn't sell will be taken by the liquidator and sold when they try and liquidate other stores.
Yep, they are done. There is no new merchandise coming in anymore, but, there are still plenty of Sait shirts in the NYC stores as of last weekend.
JUMPSTART -- 10% off + free shipping on F/W merchandise. Good til 11:59PM on 9/3.
You won't find Mabitex anymore outside of Yoox - I was told that the company went out of business, and it is likely that Yoox just has leftover stock . And Incotex will not be coming to Daffy's this season. Your best bets are Yoox, Gilt, and other similar B&M stores -- C21, Neiman's Last Call, Bloomingadles Outlet and Off 5th.
Yep -- all made by Saitt. Take a look at the Daffy's hang tag on the shirts -- all the current season ones that came out in the last few weeks have a white Daffy's price tag affixed to one of the button holes. You'll notice there are four letters there that read SAIT backwards (that's the vendor code). You'll also notice that all the Saitt shirts this season that are tagged that way have the same UPC code, as the warehouse didn't have time to match up style numbers and...
Gazzarrini is great stuff. Made well, though sometimes construction is left behind in favor of fashion. The line is very slim fitting and fashion forward. www.gazzarrini.eu
I had posted that on the Twitter feed. It is a brand called Fugato, made by a company called Papa & Sons Srl, out of Italy, but no one in the States carries their merchandise from what I know. They mainly do business in Japan. If everything works out well, I may have some of it available for sale in October, but I'm still working on that.
Just a quick PSA - At least down here in Philly, the liquidators have moved in and have started discounting -- all menswear items are now an additional 10% off.
Ditto on the David Chu. Royal Hem/Pennesi/De Curtis are all made by http://www.copengroup.com. Their stuff is made decently, usually half-canvassed, but the fit is what is so great about it -- Chu is much more generously proportioned, while the Copen Group items are generally very fitted and better for the slim folks out there. If it means anything, one of the Copen Group blazers I saw had a Lardini label inside, and I also saw a pair of pants from Copen group that were...
All the stores got in a big load of the shirts. The problem is that the warehouse is now shipping out merchandise faster than it can be put out in the stores b/c of space constraints. So each of the stores will have a good selection, but they have about 3-5x's what's out on the floor sitting in the stock room, simply because there is nowhere to put it right now. Make sure you check the folded shirts area --- a number of the stores, at least in Jersey, are putting them out...
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