Are you referring to the house label or overall merchandise offered at Barney's? Â Personally, I think the New York store does a wonderful job with their streetwear collection on either level 5 or 6. Â A little of everything... Their tailored clothing leaves a lot to be desired aside from Battistoni and Isaia. Â They stock very few pieces in the smaller sizes (36 & 38), and offer an entire floor of overpriced junk (Armani and Burberry). Â I mean why buy an Armani when a Vestimenta is sitting on the adjacent rack and priced for $3-400 less? Â This defies logic IMO. The house label is very hit or miss in regards to fit and construction. Â I bought a bunch of shirts and a few ties when I first started teaching in NYC. Â At $30/shirt, the Barney's shirts were servicable though poorly fitting. Â After 4 years, I've kept half of my Barney's shirts and added darts to improve the fit. Â When the ties get marked down to $19/each during the last weekend of the Warehouse sale they might be worth a look, but the patterns tend to be quite unimaginative. Â You're better off shopping end-of-season sales at the major department stores and sniping the random T&A, Charvet, etc.