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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by whnay.
Ede & Ravenscroft in London
www.edeandravenscroft.co.uk/ Established 1689...sounds like something out of Harry Potter.
post #32 of 37
Dunhill flagship, Jermyn Street Old Hat, 43A & 66 Fulham High Street
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Despite looking rather tatty, Old Hat has fended off competition from more trendy Fulham High Street stores, and is full to bursting with classic and vintage clothing. Stock is principally oriented towards men's clothing - including a range of country and vintage suits from classic English tailors, and other formal wear - but women can find the odd treasure. David Saxby, the current owner of this shop, has been featured as a consultant on the Antiques Roadshow, so you know you are in safe hands.
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58 Old Hat vintage The tea-quaffing, pipe-smoking owner of Old Hat, David Saxby promises "˜Savile Row elegance for Skid Row credentials' and delivers just that. This smelly treasure trove of vintage men's clothing is the destination of choice for skinflint dandies, who can pick up secondhand bespoke Huntsman suits for £125, not bad when the originals can cost upwards of £3,000. All the gentlemanly requisites can be found here: tweed, top hats, trilbies, silk scarves, overcoats and moleskin trousers. You don't have to be poor to appreciate this place either; the design teams of Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Gieves & Hawkes are all regular visitors. Even the CEO of Dunhill, Yann Debelle de Montby, can lovingly recall buying his first suit here, aged 18. Best buy Morning coats, £75-£95. Old Hat, 66 Fulham High St, SW6 (020 7610 6558) Putney Bridge tube.
post #33 of 37
Mr. Ooleys in OKC,
nice guys.
post #34 of 37
Lattanzi NYC - the woman who works there is great. Lobb NYC - like the customer service even on sale days. Saks 5th NYC Sean UWS - I've had nice customer service and I like the casual Parisian style as an alternative to the American Jackass look.
post #35 of 37
this thread should be updated...
post #36 of 37
this thread should be updated...
post #37 of 37
I posted this in '09:

Arthur et Fox, Paris


I endorse Max Jones' recommendation for Arthur et Fox
on Boulvard St Germaine.I have slacks from them,
one pair of which is over twenty years old and still looks
good. They sell classical British-inspired clothing of very
high quality at relatively reasonable prices.

Other locations:

Arthur et Fox
Rue Vignon
75009 9ème Arrondissement Paris, Paris, France
01 47 42 00 32‎
01 47 42 86 81‎ - Fax

Arthur et Fox
44, Rue Bac
75007 Paris, France
01 45 44 90 40‎
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