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I'm not sure how I missed this thread until now.

man, it has been here for more than a year and has been resurrected no less than 5 times since
post #92 of 188
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
man, it has been here for more than a year and has been resurrected no less than 5 times since

Make that 6!
post #93 of 188
Wow. How'd I miss this... I actually bought a pair of EG dovers from him way back when. He probably replaced them with some JL's judging by the collection. As I recall, I believe he was somehow acquainted with aportnoy...perhaps a long lost cousin.
post #94 of 188
Holy cow!
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Now I have a reason for living.
post #96 of 188
I love watching this thread get necro'd every once in awhile because before I even click the last reply, I know someone just nutted.
post #97 of 188
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Originally Posted by gracian View Post
Wow. How'd I miss this... I actually bought a pair of EG dovers from him way back when. He probably replaced them with some JL's judging by the collection. As I recall, I believe he was somehow acquainted with aportnoy...perhaps a long lost cousin.

Sure, it's a nice cabinet with some pretty shoes, neatly organized and displayed. As regards aportnoy, I'm not sure anyone but Andrew can fully fathom the extent of his collection, and perhaps it is difficult even for him. I believe his shoes have their own mailing address. (It is a longstanding SF fantasy to one day be privy to a photographic essay of said collection. Frankly, I'm not sure we could handle it.)
post #98 of 188
Any recent updates to your collection? Pics appreciated.
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Any recent updates to your collection? Pics appreciated.

I think you would have better luck finding a picture of Manton and MetroStyles making out on the corner of Madison and 63rd in front of Hermes where through the window Foo is receiving his green breast wallet.
post #100 of 188
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I think you would have better luck finding a picture of Manton and MetroStyles making out on the corner of Madison and 63rd in front of Hermes where through the window Foo is receiving his green breast wallet.

10 minutes since this comment, and no photoshop of it. SF is a fantastic forum, but would benefit from more bored photoshop experts.
post #101 of 188
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10 minutes since this comment, and no photoshop of it. SF is a fantastic forum, but would benefit from more bored photoshop experts.

There are no known images of Metro. If not, Mr. Sam Im sure would be on it.
post #102 of 188
Needs more boots. Where's the other cabinet with all the boots?
post #103 of 188
Unbelievable.

That Cabinet is something you don't see made anymore. A true gem.

Not to mention the SAB briefcase and extensive collection of alpha shoes.
post #104 of 188
Sometimes I wonder "what do these guys do for a living?!"

Those shoes are worth over $30k easily. What do you guys do? I work I'm finance and am learning how to dress properly so I'm still a newbie.

Cheers.
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