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It may be simply that the company is trying to reduce real estate expenses. It probably makes more financial sense to sell RRL at existing full-line stores, like they do in Tokyo. After all, the rents on these stores in HK, London, and Bleecker must be atrocious.
I didn't realize that the HK RRL store had closed. That store opened less than two years ago, I think.
They run small. I wear a size 8 in Converse and a size 9 in Nike. I ordered a size 8 in the RRL sneaker, but sent them back because they were too snug.
That's good news. He's right: Bleecker used to have a lot of mom n' pop-type stores; places that RRL Bleecker tried to emulate. But it's all corporate now.
Does anyone have or has anyone seen these navy officer's chino shorts? The description says the inseam is 7 inches, but I'm guessing that's a mistake and that it's actually 9 inches.
Tiny is part of what makes it great. Like an old haberdashery. Prince St was great, too.
That sucks. I really liked the Bleecker store. Sure, the W Broadway store is bigger, but the experience isn't the same. I've never really taken to W Broadway. Bleecker is like stepping into the past. I also enjoyed the old RL men's store on Bleecker. That's been replaced by Soho (bad) and the new Fifth Avenue PRL store (horrid). Shopping needs to prompt some sort of sentimentality, otherwise forget it. I'll just shop on the internet.
I ordered the sweatshirt and returned it. I didn't like the sizing; it was too long. It's not as black as it shows in the photo.
The stuff seems to be getting more expensive. $260 cargo pants I can do (and have done). But $390 cargo pants?
This morning I received an email stating that my Type 2 denim jacket would be delayed, but would ship in 1-3 business days. Then, this afternoon, less than 8 hours later, I get a second email cancelling the order altogether. Disgraceful. No wonder the company is bleeding money. The inventory system stinks.
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