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post #31 of 35
Jetlab, wondering if you're considering to carry Alden shoes? As far as I know no store around Toronto carries them, and this has also been confirmed by an Alden reps too.
post #32 of 35
Just wondering why do people get intimidated with Dior Homme? Also what is the line's preferred look? I mean what type of people is best suited to wear Dior Homme. Thanks.
post #33 of 35
Dior Homme: mainly black and white, with the occasional brown or beige piece (he did red a few seasons ago.) Early eighties new wave and punk inspired. He has claimed in several interviews that he likes the uniformed look - echoes of Prada (who famously claimed that she was making clothes for a very chic army,) maybe? Terrific materials and very sharp cuts, and very, very slim. If you have an ounce of body fat, don't even bother with the pants (I don't.) Best for skinny, skinny people. Intimidating in that the clothes are nopt particularly user-friendly to the average (even slightly) overweight north American.
post #34 of 35
Hi, Ok what about the quality of Dirk Bikkembergs? What's their styling, and etc? Please enlighten. Thanks.
post #35 of 35
There are some lines that are just hard to find anywhere in the US for men.  I know none of these are on your list, but if you have access to them, I would definitely be interested, especially since I go to Toronto twice a year: Samsonite Blacklabel Mandarina Duck hLam Trussardi Valextra leather Goldpfeil leather Tanner Krolle leather Rene Lezard Cerruti Arte/1881 (not the licensed stuff) Jaeger Strenesse Byblos Krizia All i can think of for now.
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