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post #4561 of 47022
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i dont think that's legal is it?

Yeah I don't think they can refuse cash.

PS sq nice pickups I want to try on that fuckin Knit.

Aeglus where did you get the vicose Tee's ? Korean vendor or real brand
post #4562 of 47022
Yup, it's legal, at least in the US. The law specifies that US banknotes are legal tender for all debts, but does not require people to accept currency as payment for goods/services. http://www.snopes.com/business/money/pennies.asp edit for some recent purchases: picked up grey CP Achilles, W+H west point chino shorts, and TOJ varsity
post #4563 of 47022
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Originally Posted by sq4you View Post

lol. sounds like a good idea. but instead of handing them the bills ill just make it rain on the counter top.






This raining technique would work well also:

post #4564 of 47022
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Yeah I don't think they can refuse cash. PS sq nice pickups I want to try on that fuckin Knit. Aeglus where did you get the vicose Tee's ? Korean vendor or real brand
paid attention to what NN said he was wearing: http://www.americanapparel.com/rsavc400r.html?cid=200 wish aa wasn't so expensive in Korea
post #4565 of 47022
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the flagship in seattle carries paul smith. i think its main line like you said. then they have some other crappy stuff like dolce & gabana and gucci i think. their MMM buy this season is SOOOOO good though. they have that dark blue big shawl neck cardigan that everyone is always talking about.

I work a block from there and haven't been down since the new stuff arrived. Need to drop in there during lunch.

Looks like you had a good trip to the PNW. Let me know when you are in town next, we should grab a drink. I saw that you were coming to town but I was away in Bay Area and am now on Whidbey Island, otherwise I would have pm'ed.

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the guy at barneys ny in seattle told me to go there.

barneys was raided hard before you got to town, it is usually decent.

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yeah they are. you can unzip part of it so clothes underneath are exposed too. just like in their runway looks.






^ this would be epic cop
post #4566 of 47022
Pretty sure I saw that trench somewhere else, saved it for my custom project in the ideas section. Really like it.
post #4567 of 47022
Can someone please tell me what that trench is? I'm going crazy as I know that I've seen it but can't remember where.
post #4568 of 47022
I think its Lanvin
post #4569 of 47022
the black ones, <3 <3 <3 them
post #4570 of 47022
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Can someone please tell me what that trench is? I'm going crazy as I know that I've seen it but can't remember where.

Lanvin fw2010
post #4571 of 47022
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
Between JC Penney and Nordstrom, the similarities pretty much end with both being a department stores.

With Macys, it varies by location, some carry some high-end luxury brands but nothing like MMM or Lanvin.

Federated owns both Bloomingdales and Macy's, and decided to differentiate them this way. Bloomingdales has always had a higher end reputation, so it go the luxury and designer brands.

Jack Straw Filaments is the best store for designer stuff in the Seattle area.
post #4572 of 47022
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Can someone please tell me what that trench is? I'm going crazy as I know that I've seen it but can't remember where.

if you like that, you should look at the whole show:

http://www.gq.com/fashion-shows/brief/F2010MEN-LANMEN
post #4573 of 47022
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Federated owns both Bloomingdales and Macy's, and decided to differentiate them this way. Bloomingdales has always had a higher end reputation, so it go the luxury and designer brands.

Jack Straw Filaments is the best store for designer stuff in the Seattle area.

Jack Straw is the only place that carries Dries downtown, very good store.
post #4574 of 47022
I thought I saw a window decal for dvn at the Barneys downtown. Maybe I'm seeing things.
post #4575 of 47022
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I thought I saw a window decal for dvn at the Barneys downtown. Maybe I'm seeing things.

dammit you are right, I forgot. yes Dries is at Barneys, I should stfu.
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