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so its true billionaires wears LV and burberry.
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A lot of people around my neighbourhood wear LV and Burberry but non of them are billionaires, in fact some are actually quite poor. BTW the Burberry plaid shirt is either old or it's a knock-off. Burberry having discontinued it some time ago because of chavs.
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A lot of people around my neighbourhood wear LV and Burberry but non of them are billionaires, in fact some are actually quite poor. BTW the Burberry plaid shirt is either old or it's a knock-off. Burberry having discontinued it some time ago because of chavs. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
It's still for sale at outlets to satiate the masses. Perhaps it's still for sale at other parts of the world as well?
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^^^^^

Well I'm game. ... and the OP is 'Hermès man'

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It's still for sale at outlets to satiate the masses. Perhaps it's still for sale at other parts of the world as well?

I did actually have a look on Burberry's China site, and the only plaid shirt they have is this:-
http://cn.burberry.com/store/menswea...-cotton-shirt/

Burberry plaid in China does not have the bad UK chav associations and imagery. Of course here most garments and things done in obvious Burberry plaid are counterfeits.

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I did just find this abomination on Burberry's UK site:-
http://uk.burberry.com/store/menswea...-cotton-shirt/
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is that your father?
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is that your father?

I wish.
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Most wealthy people from China and Taiwan don't dress nicely by American standards. If we were to see every Chinese millionaire in a photo, the majority of them would look like they could be semi-homeless or impoverished. I don't think they care much about what they wear.
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Most wealthy people from China and Taiwan don't dress nicely by American standards. If we were to see every Chinese millionaire in a photo, the majority of them would look like they could be semi-homeless or impoverished. I don't think they care much about what they wear.
He is a wealthy people from Thailand. But yes you can call him a Chinese.
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He is a wealthy people from Thailand. But yes you can call him a Chinese.

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He is a wealthy people from Thailand. But yes you can call him a Chinese.


Haha.

I thought Asians in general were very into their clothes and their brands. A lot of the guys that buy my items are Asian.
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Haha.

I thought Asians in general were very into their clothes and their brands. A lot of the guys that buy my items are Asian.


Young Asians not the old school Asians who slogged their butts off to make their dough. Ive seen its generally their kids who pretty much are extremely brand concious. Dad goes to work in a short sleeve shirt and trouser while the kid wears a suit to go shopping lol
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Billionaires also have young girlfriends.
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It's quite something to walk behind a stooped 60-something Chinese man and watch him blow his nose with his fingers, moments before he climbs into his Continental Flying Spur.
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