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re Merz:  are you guys more into the short sleeve henleys, long sleeve henleys or crew and v neck tees ?  

For their long sleeve stuff I like their sweatshirts, for short sleeves I'm in to it all except for the V-necks.

post #28607 of 36478
I would like to see more v- neck sweaters offered, more variety in sock selection (fabric and colors), MTM G Inglese, more selection of denim and tshirts.
post #28608 of 36478
Eidos Hunting Jacket has been mentioned many times, but I'd like to see them in more conventional colors (brown, navy, grey) and perhaps more units of the popular sizes for those colors.

One thing I don't understand regarding the Eidos Hunting jacket is that it appears to be a wildly popular style (at least in the more conventional color such as the brown boiled wool from NMWA), yet almost none of the online Eidos retailers seem to carry much or any versions of it. I mean, the NMWA brown boiled wool version seemingly sold out in a matter of hours.
post #28609 of 36478
I would love a staple navy or charcoal eidos double breasted overcoat. Same styling as is available but not in casentino. Not a huge fan of the casentino. Plain navy wool ulster.
post #28610 of 36478
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

re Merz:  are you guys more into the short sleeve henleys, long sleeve henleys or crew and v neck tees ?  

short and long sleeve henleys.

 

the v/u neck is a bit too deep necked for me.

post #28611 of 36478
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This is an interesting point.   We love outerwear in fall/winter but I understand what you're saying.  What categories do you guys feel that we're under-buying and should get more range/depth in?

Dainite soled Vass, preferably loafers

Inglese shirts in broader range of color/style.

Have you thought of introducing fragrances?

More exclusive fabric runs like the Formosa winter flannel.

post #28612 of 36478
Thread Starter 

Re Inglese, we have had 44 different styles with them so far, and we'll have 6 new fabrics for spring 2016.   That's a pretty wide range, no?  It goes through cottons, linens, cotton/linen, cotton/wool, chambrays, denim, solid, stripes, checks...   Every season, I'm on the lookout for good fabrics but I am very picky with shirting fabrics, so I would pick 6 or 7 out of 200 shown to me.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

Re Inglese, we have had 44 different styles with them so far, and we'll have 6 new fabrics for spring 2016.   That's a pretty wide range, no?  It goes through cottons, linens, cotton/linen, cotton/wool, chambrays, denim, solid, stripes, checks...   Every season, I'm on the lookout for good fabrics but I am very picky with shirting fabrics, so I would pick 6 or 7 out of 200 shown to me.

good point. agreed.

 

I just remembered the Inglese polos come out this spring as well.

post #28614 of 36478
When are the polos due? February?
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Inis
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More outerwear that could be mistaken for bathrobes, please. 

post #28617 of 36478
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Eidos Hunting Jacket has been mentioned many times, but I'd like to see them in more conventional colors (brown, navy, grey) and perhaps more units of the popular sizes for those colors.

One thing I don't understand regarding the Eidos Hunting jacket is that it appears to be a wildly popular style (at least in the more conventional color such as the brown boiled wool from NMWA), yet almost none of the online Eidos retailers seem to carry much or any versions of it. I mean, the NMWA brown boiled wool version seemingly sold out in a matter of hours.

 

Agreed - and I have hardly seen any fit pics posted on this or the Eidos thread. Can anybody who managed to snag one post some photos?

post #28618 of 36478
I must be missing the mention of Norwegian Rain but add my vote to the spring offerings for that line, maybe including some of the brighter color options like the green and lighter blues. Particularly interested in the biker or double breasted silhouettes.

Loving my moscow jacket now that it has gotten cold enough to wear.
post #28619 of 36478
Thread Starter 

We're getting a couple of spring styles from NR, although we're still focused on buttoned styles for the moment, and not so much on zippered and asymmetric styles.

post #28620 of 36478
Greg are you planning to restock your current NR offerings when you get the Spring styles in, or will you wait until FW 16/17?
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