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WDYWY
Thanks for the photo @Gerry Nelson

Looking like a merchant banker, Foxy, (not in a bad way!)
You English and your rhyming slang
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I wonder what made Zegna decide to go long right now. Supplying commodities is a brutal business best left to specialists... better sell shovels than be a miner.

This actually happened in 2014. They bought 60% of the venture.

Suspect there's a fair bit of marketing in the move. Zegna has been promoting Australian wool since the 60s through perpetual awards etc.
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Cheval en croute.
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Hey hey - hoping someone can please assist ... I'm after the thread/seller with Tom Ford Private Blend decants.
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Hey hey - hoping someone can please assist ... I'm after the thread/seller with Tom Ford Private Blend decants.

paging @petepan
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Hey hey - hoping someone can please assist ... I'm after the thread/seller with Tom Ford Private Blend decants.

Master-Classter S/FOTD thread.

Winter is coming,maybe.
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Hi gents,

 

Anyone have any experience with getting a jeweler to make a custom designed ring? I'm based in Brisbane

 

Cheers

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Reminder. Good value. I'll try and give a quick description of a bit of the Mens stuff in teh next day or so. . There is a lot of new and near new shirts for sale. Mainly smart casual but good quality - Possibly $5 each. We keep almost every white or pale blue shirt for clients. There's some nice jackets and a small number high ish end suits.
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Put this in your diary.
The majority of clothes are women's but there is a small amount of men's stuff and its good and cheap. Some of it even iGent approved.

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Don't forget this - Thursday Night - usually a great night. Don't be afraid to come along if its your first time. We're a friendly old mob really. Increasingly this gathering is not just men.
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Suitably Connected
is a Melbourne networking group, giving professionals from a range of industries a forum to expand their network against the backdrop of some fun and different events.

Our goal is to facilitate strong partnerships and networks for our members both personally and professionally.

We're proud supporters of Wear for Success, a not-for-profit that helps dress, groom and coach people suffering disadvantage in their efforts to find permanent employment.
All membership fees, ticket sales and funds raised through auctions are donated to Wear for Success.

You can become member for a yearly fee of $100 or $30 an event

Most events have free booze and nibbles. (Not that anyone here would come just for that)
Plus door prizes of clothes.
Plus you get to meet real people and clothing fanatics. (and see how their clothes fit in real life)

Sometimes it can be a pseudo clothes forum meet up.

Previous events have been launches of clothing lines, Henry Bucks, Sunspel etc. Usually sponsors offer discounts on the night.

Most importantly all funds go to Wear For Success

http://www.wearforsuccess.org.au/

Join us at our next event.

Oscar Hunt Tailors - Thursday 5 May 2016

http://suitablyconnected.org/
http://suitablyconnected.org/about-1/
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why isn't this in sydney? ): would love to sift through these goodies.

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Hey hey - hoping someone can please assist ... I'm after the thread/seller with Tom Ford Private Blend decants.

What's up doc?

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What's up doc?

I'm also interested in some TF decants. Is anything coming up?

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SF would obviously be preferred but if nothing comes about there some good Aussies on eBay offering decants inc. TF at reasonable prices.
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got any new TF scents @Petepan ?

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Don't forget this - Thursday Night - usually a great night. Don't be afraid to come along if its your first time. We're a friendly old mob really. Increasingly this gathering is not just men.

I'll be there. This reminds me; I went to Hermen's pop-up last weekend. Mitch told me that they support Suitably Connected, and offer a 15% discount if you bring in some clothing to donate to the cause when you place an order. Nice initiative.
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Master-Classter S/FOTD thread.

I deal with M-C often. He's a great guy with quite a few TF decants going. He usually has some of the discontinued stuff too. Unlike a lot of USA members, he's fine with shipping to Australia. Mind you, the $A is starting to hurt on that front.
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