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I concur with the 1.5 to 2.0 difference. I wear an EG 202/606 8.5E, JL 7000 8.5E, a US 9D, a Santoni 8 and a Kiton 7 or 7.5 depending on last. It is not a shoe I would buy without trying it on. Perry
It appears to me that the RLPL no longer has ready to wear suits carried either in the B&M stores or the website. I have been told that you can do MTM with the line however. Perry PS: earlier this year I did see some RTW stock in the Atlanta Buckhead store, but nowhere else I have visited.
Hopefully this is correct: 343 GBP = 502 USD 50 GBP shipping =73.25 USD ?? GBP lasted shoe trees = ?? USD For a total of $575 or so plus the cost of the shoe trees (probably another $100-120.) With the current GBP/USD conversion rate this is the first sale in years that is a real value. Perry
I have dark blue high quality denim trousers by Zanella Platinum and by Faconnable. both are cut like pleated dress slacks. Yes, all 3 of my pair are pleated. Perry
Next year take your vacation to Budapest and get the real thing. Perry
Quote: Originally Posted by Septavius Oh, looks like it's 15 actually: Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming. 30% of all states, which is why I don't call it a few. Honolulu now has a store in Ala Moana shopping Center that opened last April. Quite a nice store actually. Perry
Forgive me if this has been posted previously, but I found a most interesting set of 6 You Tube Videos on our kind of porn: How to Make a Shoe - Part 1 through 6. Here is a link to part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LsE4nsEOJk This apparently is a hand made Hungarian shoe with triple leather souls. Each segment is about 6 or 7 minutes long. I believe it is Dinkelacher not Vass. Is this a Norwegian Welt or Goodyear? Perry
From the pictures in the OP it was pretty clear this was an original Kiton cashmere jacket. It was hard to tell the condition of the coat or what it looks like but the tags were darned near spot on to a Kiton I got from Barney's in LV a month or so ago and do dearly love. Perry
And just to define a couple of the popular colours; Edwardian: Edwardian and Black: Dark Oak: Perry (Whose favorite shoe color is JL Chestnut Museum; the Sutton seen with the Edwardian and Black MacKays) Please excuse the loose laces
I am very partial to Bauxite with enhanced antiquing: and Both sourced from Tom Park at Leather Soul. Perry PS; actually my head can be turned by most any antiqued EG shoe other than black.
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