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post #1036 of 1050
I have to imagine that somewhere in the U.S. will carry Cifo ready to wear.
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Originally Posted by agjiffy View Post

I have to imagine that somewhere in the U.S. will carry Cifo ready to wear.

 

It is most likely to be the case, they want it "grand" and given the fact that Lorenzo visits NYC quite often, I can imagine that they will open a retail shop in NYC at some point

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Report of Sukezane (GQ Japan) on Dior Homme Demi mesure in Paris

 

http://gqjapan.jp/fashion/%E7%A5%90%E7%9C%9F%E6%9C%8B%E6%A8%B9/20140703/sukezane-dior-homme-132

post #1039 of 1050
smalto couture


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Charvet rtw:
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and someone at berlu is a comic fan

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C&J Paris rtw version of a D.Gomez shoe:

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Aubercy left bank branch:


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First trailer of "Cousu main" the French version of "Sewing Bee" with tailor Julien Scavini. 

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Thread Starter 
I'm going to be traveling from Avignon to Nice. Any recommended places to check out (clothing or restaurants)?
post #1047 of 1050
You got Helen Kiouris in Avignon (Bespoke tailoring).
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Thread Starter 
Thanks but no time for bespoke. Looking more for RTW or accessories. I remember a place in Nice has been mentioned but couldn't fine it.
post #1049 of 1050
Albert Arts in Nice. Worth seeing.
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Thread Starter 
Thanks!
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