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post #16 of 20

Hi,

I worked at New republic for a few years. In fact, til they closed. We did change the label a few times. The last being with the logo of the statue. (thom said GQ or conde nast stole it years later).

post #17 of 20

wow mack, thanks so much for telling us about that interview with thomas oatman! I heard him tell his story a thousand times and never get bored hearing him talk. He's the coolest dude around. Those images were from a fashion show we did. Tracy Feith was a model.

post #18 of 20

Hi,

I worked at New republic for a few years. In fact, til they closed. We did change the label a few times. Or trousers, outerwear each had their own label at times.

post #19 of 20
A friend forwarded this to me today
Not a social media being so not sure the origin/time of your enquiry
or how this site works but that said ... I was the designer/owner of N R C
Happy to verify any finds you make in the future
Additionally I have many pieces for sale depending on size ...
Many one of a kind samples / runway /one off things if you would be interested
Anyway enjoyed your odd remembrance of another time and place
Best regards and Cheers !
Thomas Oatman
post #20 of 20
Thom

sol T found 100 % wool, American made pre- Fringed tartan plaids. in a warehouse in the Bronx.
he turned them into scarves. who do we sell them to?

Carl
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