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*Sigh* I was trying to make a joke.
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Was he ordering an Armani-style 80s suit or asking about the number of spokes on their umbrellas?
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Boredom + gobs of cash = baller shit.
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He was talking about mafoofan, but it wasn't mafoofan.

What was he saying?
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So which SF member was in Rubinacci London today talking about mafoofan?

That would be me. I was talking about the "tube" belts that Rubinacci now has. I first learned of that type of belt on mafoofan's blog.
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Did your friend end up buying the shoes?
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Did your friend end up buying the shoes?

Yes, he did. They finally found the tweed shoes in his size. What did you end up coming away with?
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Yes, he did. They finally found the tweed shoes in his size. What did you end up coming away with?
WTFITS?


[and I didn't make any changes to the prior post, but I hit the edit instead of reply button by mistake]
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WTFITS?
[and I didn't make any changes to the prior post, but I hit the edit instead of reply button by mistake]

These: http://www.marianorubinacci.net/eshop/product.php?id=1125&lang=2.
post #4045 of 4250
I didn't actually get anything. I am going to Naples Monday and wanted to ask Mariano a quick question before I met with him there, but alas he had already left for Naples.
post #4046 of 4250
They could be worse.
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Are those shoes actually comfortable? I know they're all the rage with iGents, but...
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Are those shoes actually comfortable? I know they're all the rage with iGents, but...

 

I don't think you could climb Mount Everest in them but around the house I'm sure they're ok.

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Are those shoes actually comfortable? I know they're all the rage with iGents, but...

My colleague thought they were comfortable for the short time he tried them on in the store. They clearly aren't for heavy walking. I'll post an update when I hear more.
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