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post #76 of 1692
here are a few pictures of what took of the Armoury and some of it offerings

first it was lunch with kolecho




then of to the Armoury

first up is shoes! a huge range of G&G's and Carmina's




and a very wide selection of ties from drakes, some nice leather bags, books on style and fox's brollies



refreshments and the shoo circle

i seemed to have forgotten to take snaps of the tailoring but i am sure someone else can have that offer
post #77 of 1692
This looks brilliant. Can't wait to check it out next time I'm in Hong Kong. We need something like this in Singapore badly!
post #78 of 1692
merkured, wrong thread
post #79 of 1692
great pictures!
post #80 of 1692
Congrats.

And I had no idea yf was asian
post #81 of 1692
Great pics, LC. Thanks. And congrats again to M and A on the store! Can't wait to visit.
post #82 of 1692
What an excellent selection of interesting merchandise!
Obviously chosen by people who really care about things.

Well done! - I'm certain, the new store will be a great success.
post #83 of 1692
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[center]here are a few pictures of what took of the Armoury and some of it offerings then off to the Armoury first up is shoes! a huge range of G&G's and Carmina's and a very wide selection of ties from drakes, some nice leather bags, books on style and fox's brollies
Excellent photos, Luk-cha. Do you have any idea who makes the bags in the bottom-left photo?
post #84 of 1692
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Excellent photos, Luk-cha. Do you have any idea who makes the bags in the bottom-left photo?
The bags in the bottom left photo are made by Ludwig Reitter from Germany. Heavy, bridle leather, quite stiff but will age beautifully. The pricing is approximately HKD 3500, I have to double check when I'm back in the shop!
post #85 of 1692
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The bags in the bottom left photo are made by Ludwig Reitter from Germany. Heavy, bridle leather, quite stiff but will age beautifully. The pricing is approximately HKD 3500, I have to double check when I'm back in the shop!

yfyf, thank you very much.

It would also be great to know which colours are available, too.
post #86 of 1692
I see you had some nice canapes...
post #87 of 1692
Hey Mark, Could you give some details on this navy jacket? Maker? Price? Thanks.
post #88 of 1692
Would all the store merchandises be available online?
post #89 of 1692
Thread Starter 
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Hey Mark,

Could you give some details on this navy jacket?


The coat is a showerproof Grenfell mac-style coat, 3/4 length, one of my favourites. Available in navy and khaki - HKD 7,000

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Would all the store merchandises be available online?

Yes, the webstore will be finished (Sooner or later ...)

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It would also be great to know which colours are available, too.

Tan, espresso brown, black. I like the tan but the guys like the black the best, looks really sleek, especially once you condition the leather a bit.
post #90 of 1692
Thread Starter 
Couple of behind-the-scenes photos of our Press Day. Sorry we have been so slow to update the website, our grand opening was on the 23rd and we were absolutely swamped. Fukushima-san talking about Ring Jacket and Southern Italian clothing in general. Emi, my fiance and translator, and Sasamoto-san, Ring Jacket's sales manager, in the background. Michael Drake, one of the nicest folks in the business, looking serious. Michael Hill, Director of Design for Drakes, in the background. We were having an informal chat with Liv from Monocle, who ran a little story on us this month. Michael and Duncan, from RO bags, wondering what they got themselves into. Preparation for a press shot and a nice overview of our store. The umbrella lights are not usually there. A bit of distortion in the photo but a nice shot, the photographer did a great job of setting them up.
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