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Nice! and right on cue.  There's been a kerfuffle (more of a brouhaha really) over on the Unfunded Liabilities thread about the tastefulness of  'vulgar' Italian Kiton/Loro Piana-esque kinda checks.    

 

 

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Roycru: what I especially like about your posts is that you're from LA. While there are quite a few posters from SF, you and SVB are among the rare ones from LA (full disclosure: I've never been to LA and perhaps never will, but I love the idea of LA).

 

 

I think it was Baudrillard in Simulacra who said 'California exists so that the rest of America seems real; LA exists to make California seem real; Hollywood exists to make LA seem real.'  :) 

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New England summer beach/yacht wedding - do I need to wear a suit or is this okay? The jacket is usually not this snug... I just had a big dinner shog[1].gif
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Do u have any Madras? Check out Vox 

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Your argument is invalid:
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No, because this will happen:

 

 

@agp, don't wear shoes with leather soles.

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Do u have any Madras? Check out Vox 

Nope, but I have plaid jeans in shades of dark blue. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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No, because this will happen:




@agp
, don't wear shoes with leather soles.

Good call! I don't have non-leather sole dress shoes either... Must find some soft rubber sole loafers now.
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I think it was Baudrillard in Simulacra who said 'California exists so that the rest of America seems real; LA exists to make California seem real; Hollywood exists to make LA seem real.'  smile.gif  

Mind blown. So where am I and what does it all mean??


Oh yeah, Santa Monica so perhaps I'm safe. wink.gif
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I think it was Baudrillard in Simulacra who said 'California exists so that the rest of America seems real; LA exists to make California seem real; Hollywood exists to make LA seem real.'  smile.gif  
Mind blown. So where am I and what does it all mean??
Oh yeah, Santa Monica so perhaps I'm safe. wink.gif

 

If you'd said 'Anaheim' OTOH ...

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Nice! and right on cue.  There's been a kerfuffle (more of a brouhaha really) over on the Unfunded Liabilities thread about the tastefulness of  'vulgar' Italian Kiton/Loro Piana-esque kinda checks.    

 

 

I've always wondered when, exactly, a kerfuffle crossed the line into brouhaha territory.

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Nice! and right on cue.  There's been a kerfuffle (more of a brouhaha really) over on the Unfunded Liabilities thread about the tastefulness of  'vulgar' Italian Kiton/Loro Piana-esque kinda checks.    

 

 

 

I've always wondered when, exactly, a kerfuffle crossed the line into brouhaha territory.

 

:) 

hubbub?

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Happy winner of a small challenge on a french forum, I received a wonderful price from Rosace .

 

Well the draw is not perfectly adjusted in the pass-key, i will have to do it my-self :D

 

 

 

 

 

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Curiously enough, the cashmere beanies I recently purchased from @Henry Carter
 turned out to be from Johnstons of Elgin too.

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thx. i have swatches of the Saxonys and really like them.  The Estate tweeds r just too heavy for me.
Love your Moonbeam, which is a better combo of warmth/drape than Scottish cashmere imo

Cashmere would b perfect for a beanie. ('Watch cap' to the Yanks)
I wore my olive one today (-5c here overnight) and it is a perfect fa ric for a beanie, for a thinnish cashmere its as warm as my much thicker patagonia one.

Johnstons are responsible for a lot of cashmere jacketing cloths no one knows about. I was told they have the last loom in the world to weave cashmere donegal (like the beanies) and if and when it dies it just won't/can't be made anymore.
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I've always wondered when, exactly, a kerfuffle crossed the line into brouhaha territory.

As long as it steers clear of an imbroglio.
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As long as it steers clear of an imbroglio.

That would certainly cause a williwaw.
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Tira - Are the cuffs frayed on both the shirt and jacket sleeves??

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Tira - Are the cuffs frayed on both the shirt and jacket sleeves??

yeah

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