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post #31 of 63
the Raf collab sounds sick... i bet its gunna be straight baller son
post #32 of 63
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Originally Posted by WhateverYouLike View Post
Hi MetroStyles, I am interested in a sportcoat in a navy fresco, but I dislike conspicuous branding. Will the pizza stain be garish, a la Ralph Lauren crest blazers, or will they be invisible when worn? Perhaps in the lining or in the felt of the collar, a la Isaia? Regards.
On our prototypes (Tumblr with pics coming soon), the pizza stain is about 3cms in height by 2cms in width. We offer a more conspicuous "big stain" which takes up about a square foot on the right-hand side of the garment. Right now we do not offer a "hidden logo", but we do encourage our customers to reduce the conspicuousness of the logo by applying other sorts of stains on the garment as a distraction. Remember, the authenticity of our stains can always be tested by a Tide Pen. While most stains will fade almost immediately, we have a 100% non-fade guarantee even upon multiple pennings.
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Originally Posted by amd123 View Post
Wow these are really cheap, when are you launching? Can I be your first customer!
Tentative launch is November 2010 but pre-orders are available starting this week.
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Originally Posted by Nosu3 View Post
y should i buy your brand when i can just buy a pizza and have it tailored into a shirt?
We don't use just any pizza. As I've stated several times, we use the most famous pizza parlor in Brooklyn with organic ingredients. I am losing my patience with the silly questions.
post #33 of 63
discount for pre-order?
post #34 of 63
No knits?!?
post #35 of 63
Will there be a drop party?
post #36 of 63
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No knits?!?

We aren't happy with the way the stains have been aging into the knit fabrics we have tested. This will take more time to perfect. We do not want to issue a subpar product. More than anything, quality and customer satisfaction are our priorities. Apologies for the inconvenience. Just be assured we are working on it night and day.
post #37 of 63
Any way to get cheaper pieces if I wanted to go for a single slice instead of a whole pizza?
post #38 of 63
After the Raf collab, have you given though to doing a collab with Fuel Star?
post #39 of 63
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We offer a more conspicuous "big stain" which takes up about a square foot on the right-hand side of the garment.

When you say "right-hand side", do you mean the right-hand side when one is looking in the mirror? Or the other side?

I have a horribly misshapen torso, and I don't really want to draw attention to my flaw.
post #40 of 63
Will you be staining clothing with different foods or dirt or trees or whatever in the future? Do you have a street team?
post #41 of 63
Love the idea, but a bit too expensive, will you have a diffusion line? Using microwavable mass produced box pizza?
post #42 of 63
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Originally Posted by Dw3610wm View Post
Love the idea, but a bit too expensive, will you have a diffusion line? Using microwavable mass produced box pizza?

Surely MS will try to retain brand cache.

God help the managers of Century 21 if they put his stuff up for sale.
post #43 of 63
Are the hi-tops TTS? I'm a 42 in CP. Also, do they come with stains on only one of the shoes or both?
post #44 of 63
sounds like a plan, but i think we all need pics and measurements for confirmation.
post #45 of 63
If I buy a shirt does it come with the pizza? I'd like to hang mine on the wall to impress the ladies.
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