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post #1981 of 2295
do you own a telephone?
post #1982 of 2295
I'm in the UK so would prefer not to have to call, especially when their email response used to be so good, hence my original question.

Thanks for your amazing help though.
post #1983 of 2295
Well, they're still there if that's the question.
post #1984 of 2295
I should have known you were in the uk
post #1985 of 2295
what's good, LA?
post #1986 of 2295

Hey guys I'm going LA on the 18th of this month and was wondering if there are any LA based menswear brands I should check out.

post #1987 of 2295
Bijan
post #1988 of 2295
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Hey guys I'm going LA on the 18th of this month and was wondering if there are any LA based menswear brands I should check out.

Head to Guerilla Atelier in the arts district.  It is a fun store and has the full collection of Mister Freedom which is LA based.

post #1989 of 2295
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Hey guys I'm going LA on the 18th of this month and was wondering if there are any LA based menswear brands I should check out.
Epualet recently opened in Santa Monica, worth checking out.
post #1990 of 2295
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Originally Posted by genesis0403 View Post

Hey guys I'm going LA on the 18th of this month and was wondering if there are any LA based menswear brands I should check out.
Epualet recently opened in Santa Monica, worth checking out.

 

This.

 

*Epaulet

post #1991 of 2295
Hi guys,

Sorry to post this here. But, I was having a hard time finding a decent LA proxy so I thought I would try my luck here. If anyone is interested please let me know.

Thanks,
post #1992 of 2295
Can anyone recommend me a good shoe cobbler/repair? Preferably in the west side/SaMo. I need to topy several pairs of boots and shoes (and fix a few of my girl's shoes as well).
post #1993 of 2295
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Can anyone recommend me a good shoe cobbler/repair? Preferably in the west side/SaMo. I need to topy several pairs of boots and shoes (and fix a few of my girl's shoes as well).
More mid-town than westside, but Pasquale on San Vicente is well-regarded (and did a fine job on the few occasions I went there.
Their cafe next door is decent for lunch as well.

http://pasqualeshoerepair.com/
post #1994 of 2295
Pasquale on San Vicente for shoe repair.
post #1995 of 2295
Recommendations on a spot to ring in my B-day?
I usually opt for some pretentious (but really, I just mean not a dive) bar, i.e. Las Perlas, Varnish, and Sassafras last year...now I'm old and don't care and just want my friends to roll through without worrying about waiting in line or spending a crap load. That said, I live on the West side and and wanted to keep it as local as possible, but I guess I can venture. I was thinking (I'm not TOO familiar with these spots):
The Daily Pint
Good Luck Bar
Tony's Saloon (my first choice - but it's the furthest so I would rather not)
The Roost
Cha Cha Lounge

I was going to say Bigfoot or Villains Tavern but I'm there all the time

So any recommendations for a bar that is a step above a dive? Thanks!
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