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post #46 of 60
+1.

I have a David Chu sportcoat with such a latch, but the gorge is so high that the collar won't go around my neck, rendering it purely ornamental.
post #47 of 60
I picked this up yesterday...

post #48 of 60
What happens to last years stock? Do they show up at a discount anywhere? These are some very fine garments, but I just can't afford them right now.
post #49 of 60
Paul Stuart has seasonal in-store sales, and a sample sale every two years. The last sample sale was earlier this year or at the end of 06. I don't know if there are any other sales channels for previous years' stock.
post #50 of 60
What is the reason Stephen model in shoes priced over $800.00?
They are very nice but still 800.00... Could it be that they are made by someone other than Grenson?

Also I see a lot of 400+ shoes with very Rose Collection lasts making their way ...
post #51 of 60
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Also I see a lot of 400+ shoes with very Rose Collection lasts making their way ...
Those probably aren't made by Grenson, at least from past experience. Paul Stuart sells a lot of Italian-made shoes at a lower price point than the Grenson-made Stuart's Choice, which are Masterpieces. They also were selling some Stuart's Choice shoes designed by the French Alan Flusser, Marc Guyot. Those were made in Italy.
post #52 of 60
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What is the reason Stephen model in shoes priced over $800.00?
They are very nice but still 800.00... Could it be that they are made by someone other than Grenson?

Also I see a lot of 400+ shoes with very Rose Collection lasts making their way ...

I think it's the weak dollar sending up the pricing. I could believe the wholesale price on Grenson Masterpiece level made in England shoes to be 200GBP. So that's $400 wholesale, getting essentially to their current price. At least judging by the website, it looks like they are moving to more Italian made shoes.

C&J Handgrade, from Pediwear (admittedly including VAT) are around $700.
post #53 of 60
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I think it's the weak dollar sending up the pricing. I could believe the wholesale price on Grenson Masterpiece level made in England shoes to be 200GBP. So that's $400 wholesale, getting essentially to their current price. At least judging by the website, it looks like they are moving to more Italian made shoes.

C&J Handgrade, from Pediwear (admittedly including VAT) are around $700.

200GBP is unlikely, given that EGs wholesale price is 235GBP. A wild guess on my part would put Grenson's Masterpiece wholesale price within the 125GBP - 175GBP range.
post #54 of 60
I really like the Canso and Stephen shoes.
post #55 of 60
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I picked this up yesterday...


Very nice choice, looking for something similar myself. Unfortunately, as always, the lack of good quality clothing in Sweden leaves a lot to be desired.
post #56 of 60
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I like the look of the wool flannel vested two-button suit.
http://www.paulstuart.com/Product/Pr...?id=891&cid=85

This seems to be a bad link or is it me?

Always love looking at the Paul Stewart window in Chicago.
post #57 of 60
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Very nice choice, looking for something similar myself. Unfortunately, as always, the lack of good quality clothing in Sweden leaves a lot to be desired.

Thanks! I'm always happy to help by shipping to you in Sweden.
post #58 of 60
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This seems to be a bad link or is it me?

Always love looking at the Paul Stewart window in Chicago.

Looks like they've taken it down. It was from last fall's collection, so I guess it's gone.
post #59 of 60
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Thanks! I'm always happy to help by shipping to you in Sweden.

Thank you for the offer, very generous and kind!
post #60 of 60
Was just browsing through a1996 issue of New York Magazine and came across this. http://books.google.com/books?id=O-E...brr=1#PPA86,M1 Even with the wide lapels I would buy that today.
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