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New Armoury Store in Tribeca

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Good news

http://tribecacitizen.com/2013/06/25/whats-replacing-working-class/
post #2 of 115
Excellent!

If the issue is still unresolved, this would at least put foo.gif in physical proximity to possibly finesse a favorable result to the Ambrosi stalemate...
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Wonder if they'll bring over their band of tailors.
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This is great new. Welcome to the neighborhood!
post #5 of 115

fantastic, been looking to try on Ring Jacket products in the US

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When I was in Florence for Pitti, I stopped by Liverano and had a chat with Taka. He said there's a good chance that they'll travel to NYC once the shop is up and running.

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When I was in Florence for Pitti, I stopped by Liverano and had a chat with Taka. He said there's a good chance that they'll travel to NYC once the shop is up and running.

Interesting, thanks. I'm guessing it's the same nosebleed prices though.
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I hope this means we can now get access to Spigola/Koji Suzuki in the US......
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Didn't spigola tried to make a NYC trip back in 08? Or thats been scrapped?
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Didn't spigola tried to make a NYC trip back in 08? Or thats been scrapped?

Yeah, I asked him a while ago if he was planning for another trip to the US. He said no, but I guess theArmoury will take care of that smile.gif
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Interesting, thanks. I'm guessing it's the same nosebleed prices though.

Yes, it will be intersting to see the USD pricing.

Their Carmina prices have gone through the roof..........
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I think their range of goods and prices will amaze people. For opposite reasons though.

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Yes, it will be intersting to see the USD pricing.

Their Carmina prices have gone through the roof..........

If I had to guess, Liverano will be at least $5.0-$5.5K. WW Chan already comes over, so perhaps they'll just use the new store as a base.
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I think their range of goods and prices will amaze people. For opposite reasons though.

yes, I can see their stuff flying off the shelves.........
post #15 of 115
I believe it will be worth it as long as they get a good basis of loyal customers. if they can fight back the rents in Hong Kong then surely they can do the same in NYC.

however, as a side chat, I don't think they make their main income from shopfront and online sales. I rarely see customers in the shop.
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