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Welcome Jeff. Please don't get discouraged by the negative comments and harsh words. As in all fora, there exists members who like to give new members a hard time.That said, you do need to reconsider your shoes choice, not due to the price. Rather, it is because nicer styles with better construction are available if you catch them on sale.
I hadn't realized that pointing out the obvious and responding to your posts are "wrong."Seriously, you didn't think unprovoked personal attacks are without consequences?But I am willing to drop this if you are.
Best post on this thread.I do believe RL belongs on the list, but no way, no how at number 1.
It is quite obvious debating skill and brand knowledge are not your strongest suits.
Please refrain from posting until you have learned to recognize rhetoric.
Well said.
Very nice tie. Thumbs up.
You have raised a good point. This is where " influential" comes in. Except for the fashionista, Slimane is an obscure name -- perhaps unknown to even some SFers. Yet his influence has a huge impact on the clothing industry.Accessibility is another important component in my definition of greatness. Kiton is inaccessible to many due to his price point and limited distribution channel. Thus, regardless of how well made are his suits, he can not rank higher than B.B. or...
RL deserves to be #1 if the ranking criterion is solely based on gross revenue, followed by the likes of Nike, Gap, Levis, Zara, and H&M. But if creativity, innovation, and influence are given more weight than the all mighty dollar in the definition of greatness, then RL does not even belong in the top ten. If this is a suit-centric list, my top 5 would be: 1) Savile Row (as an aggregate of the various storied tailor houses) -- The birthplace of the modern suit which is...
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