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post #31 of 73
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
will that will be near the new gucci store?

i also not so impressed with the lobbs in lane crawford very boring!!

so it is a case of custom made or the tassels which are pending for EG so until then for me it is the custom road!!

No. It will be at the original Mandarin.
post #32 of 73
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Originally Posted by luk-cha

i also not so impressed with the lobbs in lane crawford very boring!!


the jm westons at harvey nichols and at their own stores are far worse.
post #33 of 73
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
the jm westons at harvey nichols and at their own stores are far worse.

i liked a pair of their monkstraps at the ifc store
post #34 of 73
The Frenchman who heads the IFC shop is nice to deal with. I forget his name.
post #35 of 73
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
the jm westons at harvey nichols and at their own stores are far worse.

apart from the new more pointy jm westens i am not a massive fan too, so i am eager to see what my last attempt at customs look like!
post #36 of 73
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Originally Posted by whoopee
The Frenchman who heads the IFC shop is nice to deal with. I forget his name.

He is Jean Louis. Nice guy with a great passion for Westons, but they are overpriced in HK.
post #37 of 73
luk cha post pix of your customs!
post #38 of 73
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
luk cha post pix of your customs!

i will when i get them at the end of the month as for the other 1s i will take home this weekend and get her in doors to snap them!
post #39 of 73
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Originally Posted by kolecho
He is Jean Louis. Nice guy with a great passion for Westons, but they are overpriced in HK.

I think they are overpriced in general, but I am hardly a fan of 95% of the shoes.
post #40 of 73
Ok. so heres a question, what are a good brand of shoes to get if i can't afford to shop at Tassels, Berlutis etc. I want a nice sleek young pair of Burgundy/brown monkstraps. There is no such thing as cheap antiqued shoes either huh?
post #41 of 73
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
Ok. so heres a question, what are a good brand of shoes to get if i can't afford to shop at Tassels, Berlutis etc. I want a nice sleek young pair of Burgundy/brown monkstraps. There is no such thing as cheap antiqued shoes either huh?

i have got some leather samples in burgundy and brown actully they were next on my list of shoes to get! so i will post my customs for you to see!
post #42 of 73
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
Ok. so heres a question, what are a good brand of shoes to get if i can't afford to shop at Tassels, Berlutis etc. I want a nice sleek young pair of Burgundy/brown monkstraps. There is no such thing as cheap antiqued shoes either huh?


Cheap antique shoes, in Hong Kong? I dont' think so, but I'd love to know if they were available
post #43 of 73
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Originally Posted by chobochobo
Cheap antique shoes, in Hong Kong? I dont' think so, but I'd love to know if they were available

cheap shoes you can get even custom made, the antiquing you will have to do yourself!
post #44 of 73
wait..when u say cheap...what kinda money are u talkin here. I'm a poor guy who already spends too much
post #45 of 73
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
wait..when u say cheap...what kinda money are u talkin here. I'm a poor guy who already spends too much

i know 1 place near where i work that will take custom order from HK $700 depending on stlye and leather! yep that cheap!! or expensive depending on how you look at things of course!!!
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