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post #121 of 278
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

^ Yikes! I've seen Johnny Carson's label in stores before! They were frown.gifto say the least...

Is that like thee Johnny Carson? - from The Tonight Show? So celebs having their names on clothing is nothing new then? I know we had that "Kenny Rogers" thing on the first page of this threak.
post #122 of 278
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post


Is that like thee Johnny Carson? - from The Tonight Show? So celebs having their names on clothing is nothing new then? I know we had that "Kenny Rogers" thing on the first page of this threak.

I read somewhere that JC had his own clothes line. That could be it. I know I've seen it in thrift stores.

post #123 of 278
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TIme to kick ass and take names! I'm looking at you GANT!



Since when does Heritage imply 60% cotton and 40% polyester? (And this is the second time I've seen this. The last one was Heritage Twill).

And this fabric was so thin that it was on the other end of the spectrum from broadcloth.
post #124 of 278
Anyone want a borrelli?




will proxy
post #125 of 278
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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

TIme to kick ass and take names! I'm looking at you GANT!



Since when does Heritage imply 60% cotton and 40% polyester? (And this is the second time I've seen this. The last one was Heritage Twill).

And this fabric was so thin that it was on the other end of the spectrum from broadcloth.

TBH I don't think "Heritage" has much meaning when it comes to apparel. Just a marketing buzzword to appeal to hipsters. I'm sure one of worse abusers of "Heritage" has to be Ralph Lauren, which is frequently used on their overpriced made in China stuff.

"Made in/Fabrique au Hong Kong" has some heritage about it doesn't it? biggrin.gif
post #126 of 278
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

Anyone want a borrelli?




will proxy

Does it play a tune? I can't have a festive tie if it doesn't play music.

Actually that would have been perfect back in February, Year of the Snake.

What's that one to the right, the blue and white? Looks like someone had a bad day with the correction fluid.
Edited by MikeDT - 4/12/13 at 6:29am
post #127 of 278
+1
post #128 of 278

Thanks for the heads up...I guess!

post #129 of 278
Where's that damned Spoo when you need him?

post #130 of 278

^^^ Real

 

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post #131 of 278
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That most elusive of brands (dadsolid) in that rarest of metals (24k solid brass)



post #132 of 278
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That most elusive of brands (dadsolid) in that rarest of metals (24k solid brass)




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post #133 of 278
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Dry hands are a product of flipping through hundreds of items of clothing + hand sanitizer.

But your concern for my dermatological condition is duly noted.
post #134 of 278

My humble submission...

post #135 of 278
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Originally Posted by Evil Abed View Post

My humble submission...

Saw some of that sandpaper bullshit before. Was so excited at first too.

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