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post #16 of 17
A couple of people have been inquiring about my shirts, so I thought I'd post a pic here.  My sincerest apologies to esquire for hijacking this thread. I know that the pic is a little dark, but that's the best I could do given the current weather in LA and the lighting in my apt.  In real life, the blue shirt looks more vibrant.   If you require additional pics, please let me know. Also, I just started a new thread in the "for sale" forum for additional dress shirts, nwt. I have a 17.5" Brioni and a 15" Lorenzini. Please have a look, as I am slowing getting around to cleaning out my closet.
post #17 of 17
The Barneys house label is very good quality and a lot of their stuff is made at the same factories as the name designers. There was a big push by Barneys a few years ago to make the Barneys house label a brand in its own right that could stack up against the designer brands.
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