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A link, perhaps  http://www.edwardgreen.com/
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found a typo already: "and English look with international appeal." should be "an English look..."
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found a typo already: "and English look with international appeal." should be "an English look..."
IDIOTS...
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Beautiful.. Really well done. They just need more pictures of their shoes...
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bout time.
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indeed the pictures of the shoes are really nice. i agree with mr.harris: more. i'd also like a more fleshed-out section on the art of shoemaking. has anyone noticed the similarity in typeface between E.Green and T.Pink? i wonder whose design came first? /andrew - wishes they would fix that typo though.
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Not enough pic's of shoes. They don't sell there shoes well [over the web] at all. Why is it so hard to show the complete selection of shoes.
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(faustian bargain @ May 27 2005,18:27) found a typo already: "and English look with international appeal." should be "an English look..."
IDIOTS...
Perhaps a certain French forum member found a job to help type copy for the EG website? Jon.
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i dunno, i didn't see the words 'gangster' or 'pimp' anywhere...
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Unless the English spell "chestnut" without the "t" then there's another typo I noticed....
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Anybody else think that it's not all that informative ?
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Anybody notice that the font of the Charles Tyrwhitt logo is virtually identical to that of the Edward Green logo?   Green Tyrwhitt Is this a deliberate attempt by Tyrwhitt to evoke Green?
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indeed the pictures of the shoes are really nice. i agree with mr.harris: more. i'd also like a more fleshed-out section on the art of shoemaking. has anyone noticed the similarity in typeface between E.Green and T.Pink? i wonder whose design came first? /andrew - wishes they would fix that typo though.
...also
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(faustian bargain @ May 27 2005,18:27) found a typo already: "and English look with international appeal." should be "an English look..."
IDIOTS...
looks like they fixed it.
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