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post #61 of 70
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Originally Posted by Dressed2the9s View Post
Well said.

Not really. The post was dripping with spelling errors and grammatical mistakes.
post #62 of 70
The argument that Collezioni line is more conservative/for older people is bogus. I own a couple of Collezioni Trend suits; they happen to be the most slim-fitting in size 40 that I own.
post #63 of 70
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Collezioni by far.

Further than far...
post #64 of 70
anybody know if emporior dress shirts are made in italy?

its kind of disappointing that their shirts for the collezoni is now made in tunisa.
post #65 of 70

I don't understand,why so  many people on the internet said that EA is a cheaper line than Armani Collezioni?

 

I check the armani .com,and i found out that the price between EA and  AC are in the same range(except suit or leather jacket)

 

 

Also , emporio armani   is also a stylish brand compare to AC,the customer who bought EA clothes is at 30s or 40s in my country,I don't think EA is a brand that designed for young men with less money(said the internet)

 

 

how do you think?

 

 

why so many people said Ac is a more exclusive brand than EA??

post #66 of 70
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Originally Posted by Alfie Zhan View Post

I don't understand,why so  many people on the internet said that EA is a cheaper line than Armani Collezioni?


I check the armani .com,and i found out that the price between EA and  AC are in the same range(except suit or leather jacket)



Also , emporio armani   is also a stylish brand compare to AC,the customer who bought EA clothes is at 30s or 40s in my country,I don't think EA is a brand that designed for young men with less money(said the internet)



how do you think?



why so many people said Ac is a more exclusive brand than EA??

Theres the answer to your question right there. For example some zegna shirts are around the same price as brioni shirts, but Brioni Suits are double the price of zegna ones, hence why brioni is viewed as more "exclusive"
post #67 of 70
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post


Theres the answer to your question right there. For example some zegna shirts are around the same price as brioni shirts, but Brioni Suits are double the price of zegna ones, hence why brioni is viewed as more "exclusive"

 

oh~I see

 

So what's the age range at the US who wears  EA clothes?

 

I remeber there are only handful EA bontiques  at the US

post #68 of 70
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Originally Posted by Alfie Zhan View Post

oh~I see

So what's the age range at the US who wears  EA clothes?

I remeber there are only handful EA bontiques  at the US

Well before for EA it was mostly people in their mid 20's-30's who were from Jersey, Staten island, or Arab college kids. But i think Armani revamped most of his lines recently (2-3 years back) so their target audience might be a bit different now. I believe EA suits are pretty high quality now, but I've never owned any old or recent ones so i can't comment.
post #69 of 70

A little surprised that American young men are so rich that can afford EA(In my area most costumers are middle age men)

 

EA is really pricey now, a simple outwear or jacket are around  1000 USD or above(even the ugly ones),it seems to be cheaper  in the past!?

 

 

yeah I agree,Armani  revamped most of his lines recently(EA ,EA7,armani jeans ,AC)

post #70 of 70

I remembered back in the mid 90s EA had a big store at South Coast Plaza (CA) and I really like the products EA had offered. However, its styles had changed over the years to very slim looks. At least the cloth are still made in Italy unlike the cloth from the CollezZioni line which had be outsourced to other European countries..

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