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The Genovese demands contemplation.



I have an irrational disgust for that store.

post #77 of 176
Never been in there; anyway, it was just a thought.
post #78 of 176
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Never been in there; anyway, it was just a thought.

Thanks, it's appreciated. Drop in some time and see what you think.
post #79 of 176
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Thanks, it's appreciated. Drop in some time and see what you think.
I must admit the pics I've seen or what I've read about it has hardly made it seem like my kind of place. BUT, I remembered reading that he started doing a whole line of alligator accessories (everything from cigar cases to steamer trunks). They looked decent from the pics I saw, but I wasn't sure if they might just be rebranded mid-grade whatever with a Vacca price tag. It's kind of depressing to see a $15k bag with thirty cent YKK zippers and crappy lining.
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Now, everyone will get one.


- B
that would make for an interesting photo, everyone crowding around in a belt circle
it would be liek looking down a wagon wheel


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Fantastic, thanks!

Anyone else in Italy you'd recommend who does this sort of belt construction?



Uggh. Might as well be plastic.
i don't really know as i just happened to come across it
maybe some leathergoods specialists, i would ask the bespoke makers at tramontano

and that stp tardini is the bad type i mentioned before that gets talked about here
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that would make for an interesting photo, everyone crowding around in a belt circle.
How perverse, as belts are circles. I wonder if that 750 euro number is V.A.T. inclusive. Wouldn't that be nice. I am in pursuit.
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i don't really know as i just happened to come across it maybe some leathergoods specialists, i would ask the bespoke makers at tramontano and that stp tardini is the bad type i mentioned before that gets talked about here
Well, I'm fine with the Tardini so long as they are reputable and high quality. I don't want to buy this sort of thing from a chintzy maker.
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that would make for an interesting photo, everyone crowding around in a belt circle
it would be liek looking down a wagon wheel

How about one guy whipping the guy in front with his belt, and then so on?


- B
post #83 of 176
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I wonder if that 750 euro number is V.A.T. inclusive. Wouldn't that be nice. I am in pursuit.


i believe it is inclusive
post #84 of 176
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How about one guy whipping the guy in front with his belt, and then so on?


- B

that would work too.

tubing too, then you can connect all the spokes
post #85 of 176
I might have to make myself one of these (the thin one)
post #86 of 176
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How about one guy whipping the guy in front with his belt, and then so on?


- B



N/h (natch.)
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post #88 of 176
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OH SWEET MOTHER OF GOD!!!!!!!


Any idea about the cost?
I want the gloves, badly.
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Attachment 50243


- did you call bergdorf? they list stanley korshak as well....
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I want the gloves, badly.

same. I wrote to them to find out how much. will report back
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