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http://www.theage.com.au/small-business/old-shops-demise-a-blow-to-citys-material-wellbeing-20120620-20ohf.html some of you in melbourne may know about this. its a bit intimidating to walk into and try browse around, but ive bought a fair bit of fabric in the past few months from here. for those that use asian (or other) tailors that do cmt, it might be worth your while to take a look. most fabric is $20/m.
the real question is why were they about to open a new store if they were in such financial trouble?
1. this is the second interview with patrick ive seen. i gather it doesnt take too much to get him talking (but probably a lot more to get him to stop).2. ven, i hear they make shirts with buttons now
i didnt rate 10 corso como or its outlet.i did rate the valextra outlet though
Milan i'd be going to the valextra outlet store, gallo for some socks and knit ties and the aspesi and piombo shops are pretty cool. theres also an etro outlet store in the city if paisley is your thing. i didnt go to al bazaar but i might on another trip. walk the streets around brera for some cooler independent type shops. you can also day trip it up to lake como pretty easily. if you want to go see davinci's last supper, book now. (if its open at all). check out the...
so where is this place?
it got reported a few weeks ago. yes, emporium is the name of the space. i think uniqlo will be a flagship brand for the emporium though
uniqlo is going in the new building where the other half of myer was (between lonsdale and little bourke)
in the costco model, i presume they are all massive sizes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsriXOGBa5E
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