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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by bibs View Post
Isn't century 21 a bitch to shop in nowadays ?

Its a bitch if you're looking to go in there during the lunch hour, after work, or weekends.If you're here visiting, you should be fine in there as long as you pick a time like weekday at 10:30-11:00 am or afternoon 3:00-4:00 pm.

Pretty much the same thing applies to Woodbury - weekday morning is your best bet.
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Handcuffed View Post
some great brioni/belvest/cucinelli/kiton stuff in there today. guessing a couple of department stores dumped some inventory recently.

I was there today and except for Brioni ties, there was really nothing of the other brands you've listed.

C21 is a dump.
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post
you can def try both spots. how long are you gonna be in ny?
I'm in NYC 5 days (last week of June) --- All the advice here so far is great - thanks! Also, any suggestions on places to eat? I heard of this place called Mac Bar and am curious to find more funky concept restaurants like it.
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by alphaO888 View Post
I was there today and except for Brioni ties, there was really nothing of the other brands you've listed.

C21 is a dump.

dont know what to tell you... there was half a room of cucinelli deep in the back of the euro designer rooms, a wall of cucinelli/zegna/barbera/brioni/loro piana polos/sweaters...even a few isaia's sprinkled in. and about three racks worth of the brioni/kiton/belvest suits/sport coats.

maybe your expectations are higher than mine, and you expect the # of calvin klein stuff to = the number of kitons... but for having never seen any of that kind of quality in my few excursions there, i was pleasantly surprised.
post #20 of 20
Never been to C21, but I can almost surely guess it's less disgusting/irritating than Daffy's is, where they use ripped-up shower curtains to partition the changing rooms. Or am I wrong?
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