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post #61 of 199
Cucinelli has never let me down.
post #62 of 199
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Sadly, Cinnibon has slipped.

I'm currently on a diet ... I wouldn't know. It's either loose seven to ten pounds ... or put the wardrobe on eBay.

I was so looking forward to the day I might enjoy one of their Cinnabonbons ... and now ... I find there is no rainbow at the end of my pot of gold.
post #63 of 199
Omega
BMW
Glock
Waterman
Astroglide
post #64 of 199
Eton (shirts). I now have 10 although they are only a few weeks old. I don't know how they will stand the test of time.
post #65 of 199
Suits: Kiton MTM Socks: Coach Collection Slacks: Incotex Shoes: EG, Santoni Shirts: Kiton, Borrelli Belts: Martin Dingman Watches: Rolex (service is very good) Umbrellas: Swaine Addeney Brigg
post #66 of 199
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Eton (shirts). I now have 10 although they are only a few weeks old. I don't know how they will stand the test of time.

Good luck. I had to replace all of the buttons on each of my Eton shirts. Shirts are great but the buttons cracked very quickly at the laundry.
post #67 of 199
My local tailor, trained by Brioni In all seriousness now... All Clothing: Giorgio Armani Black Label and Brioni, what little of it I have and can afford even if it is on sale. Shoes: Cole Haan (because it is all I can afford and even though I really could get better, I won't because I need comfort, and the Nike Air helps) Jewelry: My own, I am a jewelry design intern. I am able to make anything I want, other than watches. Electronics: Apple and Shure Coffee: Starbucks
post #68 of 199
Rolex
Levis LVC
Truzzi
C&J, Lobb
post #69 of 199
Banana Republic
Diesel
G-Star
post #70 of 199
rlpl
post #71 of 199
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Good luck. I had to replace all of the buttons on each of my Eton shirts. Shirts are great but the buttons cracked very quickly at the laundry.

Buttons can be replaced....but it would be disappointing.
post #72 of 199
Cologne: Ogallala Bay Rum - Special Reserve (not for sissies)
post #73 of 199
I have to agree with PaoloM on the Brioni recommendation. My Brioni suits have held up very well.
post #74 of 199
Paul Staurt
Brunello Cucinelli
RLBL

Every piece I buy from Cucinelli, but every lives up to my high quality standards, even though I've heard stories to the contrary.
post #75 of 199
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Coffee: Starbucks



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varlhona
persol

+1

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Creed (for frangrance)
Hermes (for leather goods - not clothing)
Jaeger LeCoultre (for watches & clocks)

+1

But not Mercedes Benz..
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