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post #346 of 5135
How can I get the information about the ASPREY sale, I like it's design very much, my friend got a very elegant ring at good price last sunday, and I missed.Sad....
Who knows if the store will sale again,the memorial day is coming. Thanks a lot.






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Originally Posted by billiebob
I found an invitation to the 80% off Asprey sale at the Trump Tower Atrium starting TOMORROW (Thurs) at 10AM. This is in contrast to theSoifferHaskin mailing showing Friday as the starting date.

There must be several "levels" of invites going around.
post #347 of 5135
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Originally Posted by slowsong
How can I get the information about the ASPREY sale, I like it's design very much, my friend got a very elegant ring at good price last sunday, and I missed.Sad....
Who knows if the store will sale again,the memorial day is coming. Thanks a lot.
Unfortunately, the sale is over.
post #348 of 5135
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Originally Posted by chorse123
Yes, downtown store. C21 seems to get very limited numbers of Shorts and Longs, if they get them at all. And I only saw one Saint Andrews. There were some Gianluca line suits for $400, and a few higher end for $1000. No price reductions on any of this season's merch.

They also had some Gieves & Hawkes RTW which I think were made by Hickey Freeman. $400, but only half canvas.

I picked up a RTW Gieves & Hakes sport jacket last year for under $200 at C21. Really nice jacket, seems to be of decent construction also.
post #349 of 5135
SOIFFER•HASKIN Cordially invites you to a private sale of HUGO BOSS Men's & Women's Tailored Clothing, Sportswear, Furnishings, Shoes and Accessories Sunday, June 4th through Thursday, June 8th Sunday through Wednesday: 9:00am to 6:30pm Thursday: 9:00am to 5:00pm Note New Location: Soiffer/Haskin 317 West 33rd Street, NYC (Between 8th and 9th Avenues) Credit Cards Only (American Express, Visa or MasterCard) Strollers not allowed. For more information, call (718) 747-1656, Monday through Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm. Soiffer Haskin, 10 Bank Street, White Plains, NY 10606
post #350 of 5135
The SAKS sale has started on 5th avenue which is earlier than the mailer said it would. Usual sort of thing on sale at about 30% off. I bought a pair of EG shoes although I probably would have been better off waiting for the EG sale at least this way I get my hands on them immediately and can try them on. They seem to have a couple of EG in most sizes with a lot of Southwold on a 888 last in burnt pine.
post #351 of 5135
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Originally Posted by passingtime
The SAKS sale has started on 5th avenue which is earlier than the mailer said it would. Usual sort of thing on sale at about 30% off. I bought a pair of EG shoes although I probably would have been better off waiting for the EG sale at least this way I get my hands on them immediately and can try them on. They seem to have a couple of EG in most sizes with a lot of Southwold on a 888 last in burnt pine.
Did they come with trees? Was it 30% off of $850?
post #352 of 5135
The SAKS sale has started on 5th avenue which is earlier than the mailer said it would.

The Saks sale has started, but still no one has heard about Bergdorf Goodman? Perhaps I should give them a call...
post #353 of 5135
Zack,
No shoe trees. Sizing was sparse for the little people. The Southold was definitely the best of the lot, with the monkstrap boot (Olney??) in dark oak on the 606 in 7.5 and 8.5 US. There was a nice double monk in the larger sizes, and a pebble grain captoe in a size 7. Prices werent that attractive--about $750 after tax. Most EG at Sak's retail fround 1k rather than the $850 at the Polo mansion and Asprey (former stockist).
post #354 of 5135
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Originally Posted by norcaltransplant
Zack,
No shoe trees. Sizing was sparse for the little people. The Southold was definitely the best of the lot, with the monkstrap boot (Olney??) in dark oak on the 606 in 7.5 and 8.5 US. There was a nice double monk in the larger sizes, and a pebble grain captoe in a size 7. Prices werent that attractive--about $750 after tax. Most EG at Sak's retail fround 1k rather than the $850 at the Polo mansion and Asprey (former stockist).


These shoes have been around at Saks for a while and as of a few months ago were marked up from $850 to $950, the boots and Dovers went from $950to $1050. The Southwolds are quite nice and clearly the pick of the lot.

I'm going to wait for the next round of reductions. Last year I was able to Cadogans in chestnut on the 202 from Skas for $350. Be patient and furtherr eductions will certainly come.
post #355 of 5135
Yeah I saw the EGs on the 9.5 rack today @ $711+ tax. Shirt rack had HK for ~160 and Borelli ~280. The Borelli was really nice but too rich for my blood.
post #356 of 5135
Was at Saks today and they have a few nice sportcoats and such on sale. Do any of you like David Chu's things. I am not that familiar with him, but his jackets were nice and had some interesting details. Anyway, things were going fast not too much left in my size, which is 38R. Such was definately the case at Bergdorf's too. I couldn't find a single sportscoat I liked in 38 even though offically their sale doesn't start until Thursday. Slim pickings unless they are planning to roll out some hidden inventory.
post #357 of 5135
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Originally Posted by dennisdomino
Was at Saks today and they have a few nice sportcoats and such on sale. Do any of you like David Chu's things. I am not that familiar with him, but his jackets were nice and had some interesting details. Anyway, things were going fast not too much left in my size, which is 38R. Such was definately the case at Bergdorf's too. I couldn't find a single sportscoat I liked in 38 even though offically their sale doesn't start until Thursday. Slim pickings unless they are planning to roll out some hidden inventory.

David Chu is the founder and original designer of Nautica. After he was pushed out he started his own label.
post #358 of 5135
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Originally Posted by cchen
David Chu is the founder and original designer of Nautica. After he was pushed out he started his own label.

Ah, thanks for that. The name sounded familiar, but I failed to make the connection.
post #359 of 5135
Sale of John Lobb Men's Shoes

Tuesday, June 6th - Saturday, June 10th
John Lobb Boutique
680 Madison Ave (bet. 61st & 62nd)
NYC

Previous sales have been 30-50% off on select models.

On a related note, JL is holding an exhibition celebrating "the 10th anniversary of the John Lobb Limited Edition shoe featuring exclusive illustrations by Izak Zenou."

Wed, June 14th 6pm-8pm
The Gallery of the Hermès Boutique
691 Madison Ave, 4th floor
NYC
RSVP 212-247-9299 ext. 10
post #360 of 5135
I don't have the exact details but the To Boot sale starts June 2 and runs to the 4th. It is in the far west village on Washington street in the 600's. I have been several times and it has a lot more than To Boot. It seems that Bergdorf just gives any left over shoes to the sale.
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