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Quote: Originally Posted by Corniche Wanted! since what you're looking for is so specific, why don't you check with somebody with large inventory like Ian at shopthefinest.com may not be absolute lowest price available, but you're looking for an absolute staple, so I'm sure you know that he's well respected around these parts
price drop plus special weekend sale
Quote: Originally Posted by HRoi Zegnas are underappreciated here on this forum for whatever reason. i think it's because there aren't a million fan threads about the brand on MC. i tried to sell a couple some time ago and realized that eBay is a better market for the brand. but IMHO (and i have no vested interest in this sale) the mainline E Zegnas (not Z Zegna) are every bit as good as SF darlings Isaia and RLBL. just my 2c. I agree...
Another fantastic high-end trade with antirabbit Belvest and Adriano & Sons for Adriano & Sons and Isaia
Stafanobi that look essentially new for reasonable price.. I sold a pair like these (maybe even these)
Quote: Originally Posted by dv3 Alpaca is definitely on the list of things to look for. So the store name is "Kuno aka Alpaca III", or is it one or the other if I remember correctly, the current name is Kuna, though it was previously (maybe 2 years ago) named Alpaca III, so some slightly older merchandise may have that label, and locals (ie cab drivers) may know it by that name I bought my wife a guanaco scarf, as I just couldn't be...
Quote: Originally Posted by Douglas Question: Why is alpaca so loved? I don't know if I've seen the high-end stuff or not but everything I've ever gotten to put my hands on is unbearably itchy, even unpleasant to touch for the non-wearer. Give me plain old wool any day. better alpaca (baby alpaca and suri) have a hand very similar to cashmere is not itchy I did buy a cheap alpaca sweater off ebay and yeah, it sucks
there are a handful of boutiques named Kuna aka Alpaca III that sell relatively expensive, but seemingly very high quality alpaca, guanaco, and even vicuna goods (with certificates) - scarves, sweaters, jackets not the $30 blankets you can get at the market I know there's one at the airport, one in Miraflores, and probably a few others haven't been in Cuzco in almost 15 years
Belvest and Zileri Sartoriale sold
additional pants added
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