or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Nom de Guerre closing?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Nom de Guerre closing? - Page 7

post #91 of 111
I was more after the marbled knits which I was told there were none.
post #92 of 111
Correct - none of those.
post #93 of 111
^ do you know when is their last day?
post #94 of 111
The guy in that store ... my heart does not bleed for him.
post #95 of 111
Does anyone have good shots of the marbled knits?
post #96 of 111
goddamnit. i have store credit and their phone number is not in service.
(i don't live in new york)
post #97 of 111
If you don't plan on coming to NY soon, I suggest posting that up in B&S.
post #98 of 111
how can i transfer store credit if they don't have a working phone? edit: i'll try email. update: email bounced back.
post #99 of 111
any place where i can still find those NDG OP frames?
post #100 of 111
oki-ni had them months ago...prolly gone now tho....
post #101 of 111
I'm looking for the NDG brown jeans in size 32 or 30. If anyone knows where I can find them or wants to sell them, send a pm. (Opening Ceremony has been sold out for over a week, they haven't updated the web stock yet) Edit: already mentioned by someone else. The emails are deactivated too. Why did they close so suddenly?
post #102 of 111
Someone help me find -- or sell me! -- any NdG chunky ("marine"?) knit in L/XL! Every time one pops up for sale it gets sold so fast even if I find the thread within a couple hours I'm too late FML
post #103 of 111
i am going to guess that they closed because they were really expensive and weren't making enough money. i'm not really informed but when i went there (december 19th maybe?) they still had a lot of unsold stuff. there also was construction going on around there which probably hurt their business. if you've never been it's not really an accessible location to begin with. i am only surprised about the closing because they seemed pretty versatile and they'd been in the game almost a decade.
post #104 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
i am going to guess that they closed because they were really expensive and weren't making enough money. i'm not really informed but when i went there (december 19th maybe?) they still had a lot of unsold stuff. there also was construction going on around there which probably hurt their business. if you've never been it's not really an accessible location to begin with. i am only surprised about the closing because they seemed pretty versatile and they'd been in the game almost a decade.

its kinda hard to judge because it was the whole brand that shut down, not just the nyc store. i only saw other customers in the store once in the 4-5 times that i've been there, the japanese dude who worked there always was complaining that there was too much business though. heh
post #105 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
its kinda hard to judge because it was the whole brand that shut down, not just the nyc store. i only saw other customers in the store once in the 4-5 times that i've been there, the japanese dude who worked there always was complaining that there was too much business though. heh

That just sounds odd even if it was disingenuous.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Nom de Guerre closing?