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And in other news, Howard Yount is in GQ this month. Page 56.

Congrats, though when I saw that I was like ffffuuuu.gif now everybody knows.

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Jamison, I remember last winter you had a purple wool cardigan, any chances of you carrying it this winter?
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Anyone else not receive something recently?  Order confirmed(and charged) on May18th, no package yet.
 

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Anyone else not receive something recently?  Order confirmed(and charged) on May18th, no package yet.
 

 

I have the same issue. Placed an order on the 7th and still no shipping confirmation. Tried emailing them but no reply there either.

 

Anyone know whats up with Jamison?

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That's unusual. However, he is a one man shop and when he is away to do his purchasing, he is very difficult to reach.
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I am having the same issue as well. I tried contacting him through the form on-line. Jamison is usually quite prompt and provides great service, he is likely traveling.
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Anyone intersted in the linen and wool window pane in blue 38R pls pm me...
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Jamison, I remember last winter you had a purple wool cardigan, any chances of you carrying it this winter?

I don't think we're restocking it in the exact same color, but we will have some cardigans. And lots of other lambswool, cashmere, and shetland wool.
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Anyone know whats up with Jamison?
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That's unusual. However, he is a one man shop and when he is away to do his purchasing, he is very difficult to reach.
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I am having the same issue as well. I tried contacting him through the form on-line. Jamison is usually quite prompt and provides great service, he is likely traveling.

Sorry, guys. I was traveling a bit, but also have had some issues around my no-longer being a one-man shop. Not worth the headaches of getting into the details here, but I'm back, and plugging away at the email backlog.

In much better news, our restock of long-awaited double monks finally arrived today. They're going live tonight or tomorrow, to the mailing list first. We also took delivery of some wonderful shoes for fall, including some pebble grain wingtips, and pebble grain boots that are stunning.
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Can't wait to order the double monks!

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They're up now.
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J - any smaller sizes on the suede belts?
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They're up now.

 

...and selling out fast!

 

They are a beautiful shoe. Well done Jamison

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Shoes look fantastic Jamison, well done! Trying to decide on which double monk now. 

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Sand suede sold out already in my size! Arrrgh!

Picked up the cognac suedes. Will post pics when I get them.
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Thanks. I have a pair of the cognac suede myself and love them. Very comfortable and versatile. I may be making them in some other materials for later this fall or next spring.

Other shoes have also arrived and they'll be on the site in the next month or two. These include a double monk in black calfskin on a sleeker last that is fantastic.

On the belts, I have some new ones that have arrived, but haven't gotten them photographed/live yet. I'm hoping before too long. We're starting to get some fall items and getting moving on that.
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I assume the socks that have been unlisted won't get restocked?
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