I have a pair of Mario Matteo trousers bought from YOOX.com more than one year ago. Â I paid only $40 or 50 for them (or it? sorry for my poor knowledge of English), but I like them so much. Â Such uique design and very nice fabric. Â I guess if you want to have really good idea about this brand, you may have to go to Italy. Â There are lots of very very good less-known European fashion houses whose product are simply unvailable in the US, not even in NYC. Â By the way, I did't find Bloomingdales SOHO a very attractive store when I was there last month. (I really hesitate to say this since there are so many people in this country who can't tolerate any criticism of their city or small town, and I have already come across such people in this forum. Â I just hope New Yorkers would be a bit more tolerant, otherwise I would definitely stop posting anything on this forum.) Â Their men's designers section on the ground floor (or basement?) don't have many interesting selections. Â They carry names like Comme des Garcons Shirt and Viktor&Rolf, but the buyers really didn't buy good things from them. Â The collection PRIVEE? stuff looked quite nice which was definitely a highlight to me, and Pringle selection might be OK too (if my memory isn't wrong). Â Y-3 slection were quite dull, Mario Matteo stuff weren't good selected either. Â I suspect their fashion buyers aren't fashioniastas with sharp eyes, or they just can't define the distinctive image of the store yet. Â I expected distinctive and New York things like Libertines or Peter Som (does Peter Som makes men's clothes?), or even As Four, but was quite disappointed to be honest.