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IT Holding USA & Soiffer Haskin present

MALO

Men's and Women's Knitwear
Cashmere, Cotton, Silk, and other precious yarns

70% off Retail

Sun, Nov 4 through Wed Nov 7
Sun-Tues 9-630
Wed 9-5

Soiffer Haskin
317 W 33rd, just west of 8th Ave

CC only
AmEx, Visa, MC

More info: 718 747 1656
post #1817 of 5113
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Turnbull & Asser sale (not sure how incredible the prices will be...)

Do they ever have sales -- have they had one since summer last year?

Thank you
post #1818 of 5113
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Originally Posted by felixb View Post
Do they ever have sales -- have they had one since summer last year?

Thank you

They have an annual sale around the same time as that ad mentions.
post #1819 of 5113
anyone go to the HF sale this morning? worth the trip?
post #1820 of 5113
Going to NYC next week for a couple of days - Are there any stores that I must check out while I'm there.

Looking for some dress/casual shirts - not too expensive

Thanks
post #1821 of 5113
^^ Filene's basement and Century 21.
post #1822 of 5113
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Originally Posted by StockwellDay View Post
SOIFFER"¢HASKIN
Cordially invites you to
a private sale of HICKEY FREEMAN

Men's Clothing, Furnishings
& Sportswear

Also a limited selecton of
Bobby Jones Women's Cashmere Sweaters

Sunday, Oct. 28th through Thursday, Nov. 1st


Was there in line early in the AM near the front. Didn't see anybody I knew. What's going on? Are the styleforum bargain hunters finally satiated? Well ok, it's no Paul Stuart once every 2 year blow out. But I desparately needed more pants. 3 pairs for $295. Sports jackets were going for $295 (cashmere more $$$). Belts ~$25.
post #1823 of 5113
re SOIFFER"¢HASKIN, a private sale of HICKEY FREEMAN
It's beside the Olivia apts, across from the post office.
Coat and bag check, no photography.

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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post
Was there in line early in the AM near the front. Didn't see anybody I knew. .... But I desparately needed more pants. 3 pairs for $295. Sports jackets were going for $295 (cashmere more $$$). Belts ~$25.

Was there in PM.

Suits $629, 3 for $1700. Shirts $79, Ties 3/$110
Most tailored businessware has an extra discount for 3 items of same class.
Large fitting room, no tailoring service[*].

Cashmere sweatpants $79, lovely (!) corduroy sportcoats in loud colours.

Socks $10.

Go as a team, buy in threes, save more.

[*] I will need adjustment to off the rack suit.
post #1824 of 5113
I stopped by around noon. There were some decent deals to be had. I tried on a very nice navy suit. Absolutely classic and in a very nice wool with a surprisingly nice shape to it. Would have been a good deal for the price if I needed it.

I'll be back later in the week. My mission was to find a tuxedo. I did, but the pants didn't match and they couldn't find them. Very frustrating.
post #1825 of 5113
Can someone who frequents C21 give me a roundup of what I can expect to find and at what price points? I'll be in town next week for work and might take a short trip over.
post #1826 of 5113
You can get Lanvin suits for $900 down from $2500. I think the Brioni usually hovers around $1300-1500. Tons of Hickey Freeman, Joseph Aboud, Armani Collezioni, Hugo Boss, the one cheap RL thing (Laruen Ralph Lauren??) that can go from $200-$600.
Randomly they'll have Dunhill and Valentino.
Typically they'll have a rack of trousers from various Italian makers (don't think any Incotex).
There is also the back room that has more designer clothing from Cavalli, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Missoni, Versace, Armani.
Note: All of this is on the top floor in the men's area that looks like an old train station.
On the 1st floor in men's you can find plenty of belts, ties and gloves.
post #1827 of 5113
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
I stopped by around noon. There were some decent deals to be had. I tried on a very nice navy suit. Absolutely classic and in a very nice wool with a surprisingly nice shape to it. Would have been a good deal for the price if I needed it.

I'll be back later in the week. My mission was to find a tuxedo. I did, but the pants didn't match and they couldn't find them. Very frustrating.

I think that I lucked out - found a very cool navy/grey melange with brown windowpane sportcoat. Patch pockets, narrow lapels and single vent - reminds me of stuff my Dad wore when I was a kid. Pretty good deal for $299. I don't usually like single vent jackets, but the fit on it was killer right off the rack. I'll try to post pics later to give everyone an idea. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to see if they had it in other sizes. This was the only 40R.

There's a healthy selection of HF cord trousers. The fit is moderately slim. They're a little pricey at $129 but not beyond consideration. I picked up a pair in dark brown.

I found the suit selection disappointing, but that's mostly b/c HF style is not my personal preference. They had a limited selection of HICKEY stuff - including a pretty cool light brown cotton suit - but nothing much beyond that.
post #1828 of 5113
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Can someone who frequents C21 give me a roundup of what I can expect to find and at what price points? I'll be in town next week for work and might take a short trip over.

Quote:
Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
You can get Lanvin suits for $900 down from $2500. I think the Brioni usually hovers around $1300-1500. Tons of Hickey Freeman, Joseph Aboud, Armani Collezioni, Hugo Boss, the one cheap RL thing (Laruen Ralph Lauren??) that can go from $200-$600.
Randomly they'll have Dunhill and Valentino.
Typically they'll have a rack of trousers from various Italian makers (don't think any Incotex).
There is also the back room that has more designer clothing from Cavalli, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Missoni, Versace, Armani.
Note: All of this is on the top floor in the men's area that looks like an old train station.
On the 1st floor in men's you can find plenty of belts, ties and gloves.

I'm usually S.O.L in the tailored offerings because they hardly stock my size. I tend to concentrate on accessories. You can find absolutely amazing values in the ties. Very top of the line ties for roughly $40. If you're lucky, you might see some of those on sale too.
post #1829 of 5113
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Originally Posted by StockwellDay View Post
I'm usually S.O.L in the tailored offerings because they hardly stock my size. I tend to concentrate on accessories. You can find absolutely amazing values in the ties. Very top of the line ties for roughly $40. If you're lucky, you might see some of those on sale too.
Thats why I'm going, ties alone should be worth the trip.
post #1830 of 5113
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Originally Posted by BankerBoi View Post
re SOIFFER•HASKIN, a private sale of HICKEY FREEMAN.

The HF suits I saw today were all LTD's. Eh.

This afternoon I also made a stop at C21 downtown. It was way too crowded and the merchandise wasn't that great. There were long lines at the registers and the aisles were filled with people.

Is the Xmas shopping season already here?
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