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post #1 of 31
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Hickey Freeman & Bobby Jones menswear from $69 for dress shirts to $699 for suits. 5/2-5/5 (9am-6:30pm); 5/6 (9am-5pm). Parsons School of Design, 560 Seventh Ave., at 40th St., second fl., 718-747-1656 I can't make it there tomorrow. If you go please let us know if it's worth a trip.
post #2 of 31
I'm going to go on the last day and hope the suits are marked to nothing.
post #3 of 31
I'm going to go on the last day and hope the suits are marked to nothing.
Ditto . I waited for the last hour and made out like a bandit at the PS sale. I am going to take a look-see the next day or 2 to see if there is anything decent for sale.
post #4 of 31
Its right around the corner from my apartment, I will check it out today and let everyone know.
post #5 of 31
cloud 9 - much appreciated
post #6 of 31
Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-6:30pm/Fri 9am-5pm Hickey Freeman brings you beautifully fabricated and superbly crafted men's apparel, tailored in the American style. There is a huge selection of classic and sophisticated suits, sport coats, tuxedos, trousers, dress shirts and ties. Also shop sportswear including knit and woven shirts, sweaters, trousers and outerwear. * Suits now $499-$699, retail $1,000-$2,500 * Sport coatsnow $299-$499, retail $800-$2,000 * Dress trousers now $99 to $129, retail $225-$395 * Dress shirts now $69 and up, retail for $125-$175 From Bobby Jones you'll find superior sporting apparel, classically inspired original design and luxury that functions. * Signature knit shirts and woven sportshirts now $69.99 to $79.99, retail $135-$175 * Sweaters now $99.99-$149.99, retail $175-$395 * Trousers now $79.99-$99.99, retail for $95-$195 Payment Type: VISA/AMEX/MC - No CASH, No CHECKS Address: 560 7th Ave, 2nd Fl (Corner of 40th St) New York, NY 10018
post #7 of 31
If past is prologue, the discounts will not be as steep if one waits until the end.
post #8 of 31
Okay just got back, a bit of a let down for me as things were limited in my size (42L). Suits are $599 each or 3 for $1500. Most are the typical $1295/each suits that they have in the store. Also I found it interesting as a lot of the suits I picked up had the "house label" in them (e.g. Hickey Freeman for Britches, Hickey Freeman for Saks). Trousers are $99.00 each or 3 for $275.00. Seem to be a good variety of trousers. Ties are $3x.xx each (forgot) or 3 for a deal (forgot, sorry) BJ and HF knit polos are 59.00 each Dress shirts are 79.00 if I remeber correctly. Smoking jackets for $149.00, although not many left. Outerwear is were the deals are, the cashmere overcoats that are $1750 in the store are $799.00, a steal. I hope to ride out the sale and wait until Friday to see if I can get some of the outerwear goods. All in all, nothing impressive.
post #9 of 31
Anything from the Hickey line?
post #10 of 31
Ties are $39.99 for one and 3 for $110. Massive suit selection. Lots of the new Madison model. Most of them are 2B single breasted center vented.
post #11 of 31
cloud9 said nothing from the handmade top-of-the-line in my size. I don't know if that applies to the other sizes
post #12 of 31
I did not see any of the hand made (Edward model) suits in either 42R or 43R. I believe the only suits were the Madison (most), some old Boardroom, some Canterbury. Overall, I rate the sale fairly average. If you need a conservative 2B SB suit and like the Hicky fit, stop by and pick some up. The Bobby Jones knit golf shirts are $60 each, pretty decent value. The patterned golf shirts are going quickly and I doubt the selection will be very good after today. There were lots of ties, but most are so boring. I ended up buying a Jones golf shirt, 2 ties, and 1 pair of socks. I could easily have missed this sale and not have missed anything. I am not sure that I will keep the ties.
post #13 of 31
How would you rate the different HF suit models, in order of highest quality?
post #14 of 31
All are similar quality within each line. Of the HF Collection, I prefer the Madison and Canterbury models for styling (Madison sort of resembles the Zegna models that, say, NM carries).
post #15 of 31
Hmm, sounds like I'll pass this one up. After the Paul Stuart and Nancy Koltes (linens) sales, I need a break -s
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