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Adele,

Your pics look great. In fact, my better half is going to take those same pants to a tailor tomorrow to see what can be done to make them fit her.
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Huge thanks to everyone who came out to the Trunk Show and "Big Trouble in Little Tokyo" Karaoke Showdown yesterday! It was really fantastic meeting all of you, and we're honored that you took time out of your day to come by and visit with us. I'll have some pics to show soon.

In the meantime, here's a fit pic for Dylan & I. We hit up Venice beach and Abbot Kinney earlier today.


Dylan's got a first-run striped Ashland Oxford and the most faded pair of Strike Gold jeans that we've ever seen
I'm wearing the Luchino polo and my Petrol Blue shorts hemmed to John McEnroe height.
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It was awesome meeting you guys in person. Thanks for everything guys.

My car got locked up in the parking garage last night also. Took me and security guys 3 hours to get in contact with the right people to open it up. So ridiculous.
Edited by GBear - 9/23/12 at 9:43pm
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i can't wait for more epic pics and videos to be posted. awesome time meeting everyone. lots and lots of fun was had this weekend. i just wish i spent more time looking and trying on at the trunk show but i was having too much fun just hanging out chatting with people. there was lots of awesome stuff and i didn't leave myself time to try on let alone buy any! i think i just want to go to NY soon.
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Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

Got my first Epaulet shirt (Sunset Red Madras) from beatlegeuse and I love it. I have a feeling this is going to have detrimental effects on my bank account, but I love the shirt already.

awesome, glad you like it! I wish my neck wasn't too skinny for these shirts frown.gif And yes, I definitely see this becoming a problem for your bank account very soon, haha.
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Originally Posted by EpauletFemme View Post

 

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May I present some preview pics of our new Southwick Womens blazer called the "Keaton". It is a single button, peak lapel, hacking pockets, pindot liner, double vent in a beautiful navy mohair - honestly gorgeous! I've been wearing it in the shop for a couple of days and been getting mad props. 

 

This is the first unit off the line, so we should be getting our delivery within the next week or so. 

 

Keaton Fit Pic - I'm also wearing one of new Womens shirts (mens coming soon), Walt trousers in butterscotch canvas (tailored to me) and custom Carminas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is awesome. I don't want to speak out of turn but I'm fairly sure my fiancee will be grabbing this when it comes out. We figured the women's blazer was going to hit all the right points, and this one certainly does. Especially love the peak lapel.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Huge thanks to everyone who came out to the Trunk Show and "Big Trouble in Little Tokyo" Karaoke Showdown yesterday! It was really fantastic meeting all of you, and we're honored that you took time out of your day to come by and visit with us. I'll have some pics to show soon.

In the meantime, here's a fit pic for Dylan & I. We hit up Venice beach and Abbot Kinney earlier today.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


Dylan's got a first-run striped Ashland Oxford and the most faded pair of Strike Gold jeans that we've ever seen
I'm wearing the Luchino polo and my Petrol Blue shorts hemmed to John McEnroe height.

 

"Big Trouble in Little Tokyo" was a huge success! Thanks again guys, that was fun as hell. I apologize again to anyone who had to suffer through my attempts to hit notes 2 octaves above my range on "Any Way You Want It." Note to all future karaoke participants, if your response to "can anyone sing this?" is "well, I might be able to sing a couple lines before my voice gives out," Mike will take that as a "yes" and hand you the microphone anyway.

 

Glad to see you guys made it out to Venice! You're standing half a block away from my old place on Market St. there. Obscure trivia fact: my first Epaulet fit pic with the red club collar oxford was taken approx. 20 feet from where you're standing.

 

 

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Originally Posted by GBear View Post

It was awesome meeting you guys in person. Thanks for everything guys.

My car got locked up in the parking garage last night also. Took me and security guys 3 hours to get in contact with the right people to open it up. So ridiculous.

 

Holy shit dude, I'm sorry. We you parked in the LA Times lot or something? I wish we'd have known and we could have moved your car before karaoke. That sucks man, glad you got it out eventually at least.

 

Anyway, yeah, great meeting everyone who came out. That was a blast.

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This is awesome. I don't want to speak out of turn but I'm fairly sure my fiancee will be grabbing this when it comes out. We figured the women's blazer was going to hit all the right points, and this one certainly does. Especially love the peak lapel.



"Big Trouble in Little Tokyo" was a huge success! Thanks again guys, that was fun as hell. I apologize again to anyone who had to suffer through my attempts to hit notes 2 octaves above my range on "Any Way You Want It." Note to all future karaoke participants, if your response to "can anyone sing this?" is "well, I might be able to sing a couple lines before my voice gives out," Mike will take that as a "yes" and hand you the microphone anyway.

Glad to see you guys made it out to Venice! You're standing half a block away from my old place on Market St. there. Obscure trivia fact: my first Epaulet fit pic with the red club collar oxford was taken approx. 20 feet from where you're standing.



Holy shit dude, I'm sorry. We you parked in the LA Times lot or something? I wish we'd have known and we could have moved your car before karaoke. That sucks man, glad you got it out eventually at least.

Anyway, yeah, great meeting everyone who came out. That was a blast.

Yeah, it was all good in the end though. The security guys were really helpful. It was under the block between Spring, Temple and 1st. We found an unlocked door and snuck down. Called a bunch of numbers until some guys showed up to open up the gate. Got all flustered when going up the hill out of the lot from the whole situation and stalled in front of the cop car, lol!

And dude, SVB, you're a singing powerhouse. So was Mike.
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Sounds like a fun time...Mike, we should def set up a NY Epaulet Karaoke GTG...pick a date and lets make it happen boys...
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Sounds like a fun time...Mike, we should def set up a NY Epaulet Karaoke GTG...pick a date and lets make it happen boys...

 

Yeah, preferably sometime the week before Christmas when I'm in NYC... nod[1].gif

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Must kop

creeeeepy....
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Middle of a 36 hour liquid diet...hardest thing in the world, excuse my miserable face:
Gumetal Rivets hemmed short
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Middle of a 36 hour liquid diet...hardest thing in the world, excuse my miserable face:
Gumetal Rivets hemmed short Warning: juice fast! (Click to show)
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unless said diet means beer and whisk(e)y, boo.
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unless said diet means beer and whisk(e)y, boo.

Water my friend, just water.
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Mike — do you have any other plans for that awesome Valtherm wool used in the Veneto jacket?
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Mike and Adele, among the rust wool, barn cords and burnt orange rivets, which is the easiest to incorporate into a wardrobe?  I have no pants of similar color and must decide on one.  Also, which would you consider the most subtle...least loud?

 

Also, shirts update por favor!

 

Thanks for the help

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