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True, but better than having to slog through the lovely assortment of Hale and Hearty soups and Irish pubs up in Midtown biggrin.gif

If I'm in town this weekend I am definitely in.

Stop exaggerating. We also have some salad shops...
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Stop exaggerating. We also have some salad shops...

....and chicken & rice carts!!!
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....and chicken & rice carts!!!

Those are okay.  But seriously guys, this location is amazing.  We will get some good food in, get everyone a drink, and look at some good stuff.  If you feel the need, you step outside, and it's one of the best streets in Soho.

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I would really like @gdl203 to bring this:

 

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Ah man,a business trip means I miss this and the Meermin trunk!!Gutted...
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This continues to crack me up everytime I see it in this thread.
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Cool

 

I happen to be visiting the the city that weekend.  I'll drop by for a drink or two. 

 

Hey Fok if the Vibergs are ready by then maybe you can bring mine along to save on shipping.  :D

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Soho is overrated
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True, ...

Incorrect, both of youse.

I'm in, will do my best to bring reinforcements.
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I would really like @gdl203
 to bring this:

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I've got the green one, it's fantastic.
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Cool

 

I happen to be visiting the the city that weekend.  I'll drop by for a drink or two. 

 

Hey Fok if the Vibergs are ready by then maybe you can bring mine along to save on shipping.  :D

You really don't want this to happen.  I can get a full week of clothes into a 20" carryon, including shoes, so now you know how I pack.  That said, those boots will hopefully already be on your feet when you come.

 

Also, I just had late breaking news that JP Marcellino will be at the show, with a lot of cool bags and briefcases, and hopefully, with the backpack.briefcase hybrid that I want.

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Any stuff in 36S going to be there? :/

@StephenB Well, @Kent Wang will be there, and he will be doing fittings.  I think that for atypical body types and sizes, MTM is often a good way to go.  I find that grading is really good around the sample sizes (so 38-42, sometimes 44, in the US) but not as good at the lower and higher sizes.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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atypical? ATYPICAL!?! 5'8" 145lb frown.gif I'm prototypical in the asian continent

hulk rage

Thanks, I'll definitely be stopping by
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sounds like its going to be a great time with cool people and i will have some brand new styles to showcase.

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atypical? ATYPICAL!?! 5'8" 145lb frown.gif I'm prototypical in the asian continent

hulk rage

Thanks, I'll definitely be stopping by

Yeah, I know.  At 5'11" and 175 lbs, I am big in Hong Kong, and I'm not that big of a guy.  Even the China based side of my family is pretty tall for ethnic Cantonese.  I look for shoes (size 10.5-11 US) in Asia, and I feel like Shaq.  In Japan, it's even worse.  Many of the more fashion forward Japanese stores only carry up to a size 2, and in those brands, a size 4 is often fitted on me.

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I'll be there.
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