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Eidos pre-orders ( though I dint think NMWA has any control over that)
PF CPO shirt in that same green
Linen roll-neck sweater. Maybe Inis? Is such a thing even sensible or too incongruous?
Cantarelli (if they get their act together)
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FWIW I try not to buy more than one version of something unless it's a pretty anonymous staple. Meaning I'll buy several colors of plain lambswool crewneck sweaters but not multiples of something unique like the PF shirt jacket. Also, I hope/imagine Valstar remains in the lineup. I'd still like to pickup a suede harrington and a field jacket eventually.
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As an Eidos fan, and as someone who has about 5 different SA's numbers in my phone for random retailers who sell Eidos but do not do ecommerce, I would love to see NMWA offer some of the knitwear/sportswear/shirting/non-tailoring-or-field-jackets Antonio makes. Not all of it would make sense alongside some of your other brands (like Inis Meain or S&C or Portuguese Flannel or whoever), but based on the look books (and in particular Antonio's comments about his change in direction with the brand, focusing less on tailoring), it seems like he's designing way more than the other typical shops are picking up, and which would fit well here.
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More Jamieson melange coloration crews for which it is famous and fewer Fair Isles. Also, it would be great to fill the void left by the departure of Mazzarelli. Those shirts fit some of us perfectly.
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Moar Sage de Cret pants. Maybe a really dark brown in big herringbone if they have something like that this season? Both the pleated and the diamond weave models this season were great.
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Also, while we are taking requests, anything you guys would like to see on the blog? People we should interview? Topics we should cover? Books we should review?
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Also, while we are taking requests, anything you guys would like to see on the blog? People we should interview? Topics we should cover? Books we should review?

I'm in the middle of reading
Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style, by W. David Marx

http://www.amazon.com/Ametora-Japan-Saved-American-Style/dp/0465059732/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451660130&sr=8-1&keywords=AMETORA

I'm really enjoying it but would love to see your take on it
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

I'm in the middle of reading
Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style, by W. David Marx

http://www.amazon.com/Ametora-Japan-Saved-American-Style/dp/0465059732/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451660130&sr=8-1&keywords=AMETORA

I'm really enjoying it but would love to see your take on it

They already sent me a copy and I've been in touch with David for an interview. Really looking forward to that one.
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I also talked to David for my article on Japan and Italy a few months back:

http://www.styleforum.net/a/the-red-thread-connecting-italy-and-japan
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But.. aren't you David?

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W. David Marx is the book author
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Also, we discussed this briefly at the trunk show: I know this isn't always really feasible in showroom environments (due to brand rules/lighting/etc), but pics always help, even if the final makeups will be slightly different. Also, for certain items, any thoughts about how they might be styled (with pics or otherwise) could probably help sales either for pre-order or in stock.
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Lothiers in Portland

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

They already sent me a copy and I've been in touch with David for an interview. Really looking forward to that one.

Funny, we have a copy as well, and Jasper will probably review it.  Maybe we should have a "review off" whatever TF that means.  It can't be worse than a walk off.

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I would buy any of those cotton Ts(S) flannel scarves with the bias cut ends.  I got both of the ones that you guys carried, and then randomly found another on Yoox, and I wear them all the time.  This year I was much disappoint.  I know that other makers also do them, but I think that you picked the best colors/patterns.  Wearing the slate blue and grey one now.

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