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post #286 of 304
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

You know it...
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I was a very good customer in the London shop at one point five years ago and I remember being shocked at some of the shit arriving on display..

The summer inspired line was shockingly bad..

And the Croc at 7 grands..facepalm.gif
post #287 of 304
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Louis Vuitton

Aw absolutely! Nothing cheers the heart more than seeing dozens of female tourists gathering around Street vendors from Senegal on Fifth Ave. [who speak fluent French btw], buying knock off LV bags for 0.002% of the actual price, especially when they exhibit their merchandise right at the doorsteps of LV Store.

Kenneth Cole and Michael Korrs follow.
The undisputed mother of all DOUCHEBAGS remains Donald Trump.

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post #288 of 304
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

Black Fleece

You nailed it!
That TB tricolor grosgrain is really becoming trivial, especially when coupled with Thom Browne's clownish look of short pants.

Mr. Browne should understand that being short is not a stigma, and that hemming pants three inches above Ankle in every fCuking collection to give the optical illusion of "I'm taller than your average", would only influence douche baggy dwarfs like Nick Wooster at most.


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post #289 of 304

JCrew.  Way overpriced for what you get.  Ed Hardy is certainly in a league of its own.  Calvin Klein(except for their underwear).  I like Lacoste but it's overpriced.  Guess looks gawdy.  I hate Juicy Couture on girls.  Finally, why is it always the fat or ugly women besides the models themselves who'll wear Pink?
 

post #290 of 304
Zara,River Island, H&M and Superdry...

What a pile of shite..
post #291 of 304
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

Zara,River Island, H&M and Superdry...
What a pile of shite..

H&M is priced accordingly but Zara is actually overpriced for the quality.
post #292 of 304

Zara, for sure.
I also have a deadly and implacable hatred against "in your face" brands like D&G, but i suppose it's due the generation I come from.

post #293 of 304
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Originally Posted by m0bbie View Post

To be honest though, I don't think the mainline Paul Smith is garbage. Of corse, P.S. Jeans, and those lower tier are horrible, but not the mainline.

For Burberry, I've purchased their trench coat (Imported) recently, and felt that the quality is great, but the construction is beyond terrible. Stitches are loose as well as the buttons. It was Burberry London. Maybe the fact that it was not made in UK is the why, but they should pay more attention to their garments, especially at the $1000+ price tag.

Quality great but construction terrible? So what was good about it?
post #294 of 304
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post

Quality great but construction terrible? So what was good about it?

I was thinking the same thing...biggrin.gif
post #295 of 304
This thread is more than pointless = insert mall brand here.

Let's pick apart SF favored brands instead:

I nominate Nigel Cabourn - ugly stuff at very high prices.
post #296 of 304
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post

This thread is more than pointless = insert mall brand here.
Let's pick apart SF favored brands instead:
I nominate Nigel Cabourn - ugly stuff at very high prices.

What is that?

Never heard of it...
post #297 of 304
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

I was thinking the same thing...biggrin.gif

They sell an attitude.
post #298 of 304
I have 4 pieces from Uniqlo that I enjoy and wear all the time, but the years-long wait for them to open an online store in the US, their inability to keep basic items (jeans, coats, etc.) in stock online and poor handling of returns (this is hearsay - I haven't had to return anything yet but others have complained about their returns process) make the brand pretty annoying, I think.
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post #300 of 304
Is Ed Hardy still going strong in the States?

Ghastly stuff..
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