He might be there turning beer into Budweiser ...
Air it in indirect sun, stash some coffee beans in the cupboard.
Agreed. Herringbone and R&B look like clones which, of course, is not surprising given that they're both owned by Van Laack but it's a pity that VL has merged them to such an extent that they're pretty much indistinguishable from each other, and they're both uninspiring, too. They're even using the same terms to describe colours now - "bandeira stripe" and so on (whatever the heck "bandeira" is - it seems to be a bright green).
Someone posted a while back that Suit Supply is apparently planning to open a store in Sydney in the next year or two and I assume that if they do so, that they will then aim to roll out stores in other cities.
If that's the case, then I think that Van Laack should be very, very worried.
“We have sheep in Italy that we own,” Rahman said, “so we get to cut out the middleman.” Combatant Gentlemen’s sheep are on the same farm as Tom Ford’s sheep..."
So they own Italian sheep on the same farm as Tom Ford's sheep? I'm sure that there's a joke in there somewhere.
I always thought that the vast majority of sheep in Italy are used for milk production (so as to make cheese), rather than grown for wool. There was I thinking that most high-end woollen fabric used by Italian houses such as Zegna (which makes Tom Ford suits) was woven from the fleece of merino sheep from places like Australia, where the wool is extremely fine, but apparently I was wrong.
“Whatever we recommend is going to look good,” Rahman said, “based on pure science – color theory – and based on other people in this matrix that have looked at similar products.”
It doesn't explain what happens if the other people "in this matrix" have awful taste...