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I think the Tres Leches doughnut from the Doughnut plant is excellent and among the best I've ever had. I'm not a fan of the sweet stuff from Sullivan street Bakery. I think they are better for their Pizza Bianca and flat bread pizzas. Their Pizza Funghi is so good.
You are all amateurs. Bespoke water is next level.
I wear my Lesser 16 DB about 6-8 months a year. I started wearing it a week or two ago.
I am planning a renovation and my condo requires all walls be closed with plaster. Drywall is not allowed.
Does that mean there's an afterparty?
I believe I have the same tie, or something similar. It's not easy for me to use. It's a bit pastel and many of my shirts are too dark for it. I am yet to find a really nice coherent combo
I am speaking of the seam on the sleeve. On most suits, the seam on the sleeve is not so forward in position.
Any rationale for the open kitchen hate? The place I have was built in the 1930s and has a closed kitchen and I'm planning to keep it that way. But people are advising me that I should open the kitchen. What are the pros to keep the kitchen closed?
Last weeks gala season at Lincoln center http://mobile.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/09/25/fashion/gala-season-begins-at-lincoln-center/s/25SCENE-slide-1937.html?referer=https://www.google.com/
Regarding Steed, I recall Despos has mentioned that Steed rotates the arm seam quite forward.You can see it on Andy57's suit here.You can also see it on my Steed coat here.This detail seems quite distinctive. The arm seam is not typically so forward that it is clearly visible from the front. I don't know if there is a technical reason or part of the house style. Just a tit bit to help identify Steed suits.
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