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I think so. Definitely one way or the other, if they did not start out in the business, they got in the business since or maybe even because of joining Styleforum. Take some of our most trusted and prolific members: Despos (Bespoke Tailor), Jefferyd (in tailoring on the wholesale side), Will (Blogger and retailer), yfyf (retail), edmorel (manufacturing and retail), gshen (manufacturing and retail), Phat Guido (Blogger) even Mr. Poker if you count eBay, and many many more...
Though probably not all targets (or bloggers for that matter); I suspect your good friend Mr. Sartoria is unlikely to make an appearance. One only gets busier once one “retires”?
Good point. What would happen to the world if all the menswear bloggers were taken at once…
Maybe trying to plan a meet-up while many of the key people are in Florence is not the best idea, but let’s give it a shot anyway. Since so many Styleforum members are in the industry and are going to be in New York around the 21st-24th of this month, why don’t we all get together and have a drink or dinner or something. If the recent GQ article on menswear blogging is anything to go by; Styleforum is the great connector in the men’s clothing world, bringing together...
Well if you had sold the Calder instead of donating it you could have financed a mobile backed, mobile party…I have been championing this kind of idea for a while now: If the meet-ups happened more regularly (say, biannually or quarterly), merchants could plan for trunk shows and the like and members could better plan travel arrangements.Since the New Yorkers are missing out in March, how about a mass meet-up around January 21st-24th while everyone is in town for market?
It is hard to more clear that Mr. Franz, but I will try: No. That is exactly Mr. Franz's eloquently stated point. The personal shopper could be the most august member  from our ranks, they could impart all of our "values" and make all the purchaseing decisions for the customer, they  could even  pick out all the outfits and the  customer would only wear them that way, and still they would not be as stylish someone with the "unlimited knowledge" you speak of simply because...
Maybe you live under a rock and never venture from this sartorial playground; but Twilight, at the very least, comes readily to mind. Mr. Franz welcome to Styleforum. It has been far too long since one with such elocution has typed among us. We would enjoy it while we can before you become jaded like the rest of us...
Depends on whether you prefer the styling of Ralph or Paul. Paul Stuart suits are made by Samuelsohn and are full canvas and generally fit true to size. Blue Label suit are half canvas and fit true to size –to a little small. I wear both frequently, though usually made to measure. They will not wear appreciably differently. It all really comes down to whose look, cut, and fabric you prefer.
That was exactly my point here. If these little get-togethers were on a more regular basis people could actually plan for them.Gentlemen, have a wonderful time in London.
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