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post #16 of 29
Just to expand a little on the Camarillo outlets:
They have a Barneys NY outlet and a Saks Off Fifth. Like all outlets, it's really hit or miss, but I've had good luck at the Barneys store in particular. There's also a Polo outlet, but I didn't see any purple label.
post #17 of 29
There's a Barneys NY outlet going up to Santa Barbara from LA

Cabazon is 90 min east of LA, and if you go out there, you can hit up the Saks Off 5th about half way off the 10 fwy in Ontario.

If you want Purple Label suits, I think Saks on Wilshire (right off Rodeo) might have a better selection than the RL store, ironically.
post #18 of 29
Not sure about the Beverly Hills branch, but I've seen a few RLPL suits at the South Coast Plaza Polo store. There's also a Zegna store at this mall.
post #19 of 29
Thank you !
post #20 of 29
I would hit Maxfield Bleu if you like fashion clothing at all. They have all of the past seasons Maxfield gear at 40-80% off. There is some terrific stuff there. They have everything from great private lable cashmere to Comme des Garcons to $2000 handmade shoes. IMO Maxfield is the single best store in the USA.
post #21 of 29
A bit off topic but relevant to recent posts about Shiro....here is their website

http://www.restaurantshiro.com/location.html

It does look very good. Menu reminds me of Maison Akira on Green St. (pasadena), another very tasty Pasadena Japanese fusion restaurant that I'd also recommend.
post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by Andre Yew
Wednesday afternoon, driving from Pasadena to Beverly Hills, shouldn't be too bad at all. If traffic's not too bad on the 405, it's short hop from there to Ian's place. --Andre
? take the 110 south to the 10 west. check out ian's in santa monica, maxfield bleu, and there's a designer outlet across the street from the beverly center i've been meaning to check out. it's on on the north side of beverly. edit: nevermind. just realized today was wednesday.
post #23 of 29
Thread Starter 
Thanks for all the info. I was hoping that someone would mention that Barneys was having a sale on C&J Handgrades. For entertainment purposes, of course. I don't think I will have time to drive all over the greater L.A. area -- I might try to hit one or two places that aren't that far out. As some of you have guessed, I will be in town to give a presentation to three wise men. Given the panel makeup, and my argument, I have about as much chance of winning as Custer did. Oh well, the old college try. Perhaps, if there is any interest and I have any time, we can have a get-together.
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by Mute
Not sure about the Beverly Hills branch, but I've seen a few RLPL suits at the South Coast Plaza Polo store. There's also a Zegna store at this mall.

I was told by the salespeople at the South Coast Plaza store that the Beverly Hills store carries much more Purple Label merchandise and they are also one of the few stores in the country that carry Black Label, which is more trimly cut. Ask for Duane at the BH store. He's RL's number one suit salesman nationwide and reportedly knows his stuff. I spoke with him only briefly since they didn't have anything in my size, 38L.
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
My mouth is starting to water right now as your Mexican food reference makes me think of Super-Rica . . .

La Super Rica was what I was thinking about: a shabby, blue shed next to a gravel lot, with lots of expensive cars parked all around it, and a long line trailing out the door. I think Julia Child called it the main reason for living in Santa Barbara!

--Andre
post #26 of 29
Quick Question, I may be staying in Ventura,CA for a few days. Any restaurant or shopping recommendations ?
post #27 of 29
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Originally Posted by rssmsvc
Quick Question, I may be staying in Ventura,CA for a few days. Any restaurant or shopping recommendations ?

I suggest the Camarillo Outlets for some shopping. For restaurants:

-Cafe Fiore for inexpensive Italian
-Deco if you're a wine lover
-If you're on someone else's expense account drive up to Santa Barbara and go to Downey's.
post #28 of 29
If you're not on an expense account, drive up to SB anyway, and eat at La Super Rica. SB is only 30 minutes from Ventura, and the drive is beautiful.

--Andre
post #29 of 29
I will check it out, the drive will be my favorite part.
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