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Again, thanks for the suggestions. Any suggestions on a good Shanghai style restaurant? Doesn't have to be fancy.
I think more that they had not yet developed the rigid checklists that are so prevalent on early 21st Century clothing forums. Also, there was still a lot more variation in men's clothing then we see today.
For what it's worth, a newspaper ad from The Pittsburgh Press - Nov 18, 1924 http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1144&dat=19241118&id=4yIbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=BEoEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2386,5211118 A line drawing (take with appropriate grains of salt) of a Kuppenheimer tuxedo, with flapped pockets. Interesting copy. adds from the 1910's to the 1920's. http://www.advertisingarchives.co.uk/index.php?service=search&action=do_quick_search&language=en&q=kuppenheimer
Thank you.
I'm going to see WW Chan, so I'm thinking Tsim Sha Tsui, but I'm open to advice on other areas. This is my first trip to HK, so I'll be doing lots of sightseeing (and eating!). Any suggestions on things to do and see is appreciated. I'll be visiting the Armory of course.
I'm planning on being in HK sometime in April, and am looking for recommendations for a vacation apartment. I prefer them to hotels. Say about a two week stay.
Not pilots.
Alfred Sargent Greaves http://alfredsargent.co.uk/exclusive-range/greaves/ I know I've seen others, just can't think what off the top of my head.
I believe he lacked that self involved sense of irony about everything. Also, I doubt he wore one of those annoying pseudo fedoras.
Burgundy shoes are kind of fun and not boring.
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