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greige mfg (1930's depression era clothing)

post #1 of 9
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greige mfg (one of my favorite brands) no longer exists - i was thinking about adding my remaining inventory to my store www.peasantonline.com and sell it off at a discount - i wanted to know if people think there is enough of a market for this lable before i invest any more money in the brand? waiting for your kind replies?
post #2 of 9
Just going to get more traffic/replies here. Yeah, I like their aesthetic, and actually liked their silhouette more than Engineered Garments's, although I think that Engineered Garments are more reasonably priced and make better use of interesting heritage materials. If the stuff was on significant discount, I might bite. I think that some others might too.

BTW, do you carry Noble? I think that's the name of the line that one of the principles of Greige started after Greige, right?

And please do put up some Spruce. BTW, are you getting the F/W line formerly known as Spruce? Thanks.
post #3 of 9
I already posted this on Superfuture, but yea. Definitely. I really missed out on the Griege stuff when it was around, and I'd love to see what you've got left over.
post #4 of 9
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Just going to get more traffic/replies here. Yeah, I like their aesthetic, and actually liked their silhouette more than Engineered Garments's, although I think that Engineered Garments are more reasonably priced and make better use of interesting heritage materials. If the stuff was on significant discount, I might bite. I think that some others might too.

BTW, do you carry Noble? I think that's the name of the line that one of the principles of Greige started after Greige, right?

And please do put up some Spruce. BTW, are you getting the F/W line formerly known as Spruce? Thanks.

The new Spruce line is gonna be called "WH" I think.. or maybe "W&H"
post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
The new Spruce line is gonna be called "WH" I think.. or maybe "W&H"

Close. Something like that. Kane should post about this, if anyone, since the line hasn't dropped yet, AFAIK. You there dude? Anyway, it will be confusing, although CYC has a rationale for the names (even if imo, the reasoning is not particularly well-considered.)
post #6 of 9
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the new spruce line is called w+h and there are some awesome pieces. i am going to put our spring / summer spruce items up (polos, bias cut shirts, thermals) in the next week.

lastly, i am not going to be carrying the new greige mfg line called noble. i did see the collection, though.
post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by clothier6470
the new spruce line is called w+h and there are some awesome pieces. i am going to put our spring / summer spruce items up (polos, bias cut shirts, thermals) in the next week.

There you go. You have W+H and W&H. Confusing, no? Still stuff should be top notch. Do you have any old stock Wings & Horns, btw, specifically from S/S 2005? If you do, could you PM me? I could be interested in specific items. Thanks.
post #8 of 9
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sorry--no previous wings and horn--sorry. we do really well with cyc's items.
post #9 of 9
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i am leaving for the night--thank you everyone.
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