They did go through their unfortunate neo-grunge period (complete with declining quality) in the late 1990s but thankfully they returned in recent years with better clothing and a more classic style.
Lately, though, they seem to be ditching men's clothes. I can't remember the last catalogue I received where men's clothes took up a mere 50 per cent of the space, stark contrast to the 1990s where men's clothes were regularly 90 per cent of any catalogue. Now, women's clothing takes up the first 90 or so pages and men's clothing is relegated to the last 20 or so.
Has anyone heard that the company is phasing out men's clothing? I'm seriously considering stopping the catalogue, something that has been delivered to my door for 17 straight years.