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Oh - fair haha.  I've never stepped foot in one.  I only heard about them as I was trying to unload a bunch of Brooks Brothers that no longer fits me, but I ended up donating/giving most of it away at this point.  Have a cedar closet to go through / unload yet though.

I'm from the end of Laurel Hollow that uses the Cold Spring Harbor school district...pretty frustrating sometimes [can't use any of their train stations despite them being closer].

Well, feel free to message when you're ready to go through that closet.

The trains do suck over there. We have the double decker though lol8[1].gif

Anyway, feel free to take this to PM as not everyone wants to hear locals gripe about stuff.
post #32627 of 51165
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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

Made for who?


Any other tags? There was a 5EP years back, not sure what's more recent.
post #32628 of 51165
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post


Any other tags? There was a 5EP years back, not sure what's more recent.

 

They're 5EP. Kinda pricey but they fit so I bought em. I now own two SF jean collabs... 

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

Saying anything about a Ferrari being "subtle" is tantamount to saying that the Titanic just took on a little water.

Well, it isn't bright red or yellow. There are degrees of subtlety.
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While not normally a fan of British Walkers, I can't pass up minty shell cordovan v-cleat longwings.

 

post #32631 of 51165
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Took the Rari for a drive out east today, before the snowstorm on the first day of Spring ffffuuuu.gif meager finds but a great drive and I'm thrilled about the vintage polo robe. May also keep the Etro shirts to get my El Chapo on.













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Canali is worth my time. Recently thrifted this one for $5.50.
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Now if we're talking old & unvented, yeah I leave those too.

I'll still buy an older, unvented Canali if the price is right and it's in excellent condition. It's still an easy $40-50 profit. I've never had a problem unloading them, though it may take a while.
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Canali never seems to go for as much as I think it should, but is generally worth my time. I've picked up a couple of shirts and a few ties in the past couple of days.

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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

They're 5EP. Kinda pricey but they fit so I bought em. I now own two SF jean collabs... 

Whoops, misread your post, I thought you were asking who might've made them.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Took the Rari for a drive out east today, before the snowstorm on the first day of Spring ffffuuuu.gif meager finds but a great drive and I'm thrilled about the vintage polo robe. May also keep the Etro shirts to get my El Chapo on.





 

 

Sweet glasses! Love the color!

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Sweet glasses! Love the color!

I love them too. Very DPRK dictator. Thanks!
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That belt is looking very NSFW though lol
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Lilly for my wife

AE

Fodder
LL bean, Oakley, beretta made in Italy, j. Lindberg

@noob in 89

Can never have too much Gucci
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I love them too. Very DPRK dictator. Thanks!

 

For when you, with Kim Jong, ill?

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Love those Nikons, @SpooPoker

I have to agree with the vexation on Canali, it's really nicely crafted stuff, but doesn't seem to be valued well. Ah well.

Managed to cop only a couple things this weekend, RLPL cashmere tweed and a Henckels Miyabi damascus gyuto chef's knife, new in box. Random stuff at some of my local spots for sure.
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