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How much do you pay them? They are at 180 euros in a department store in Paris.
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I don't wear them but a store near me in Washington DC (Wm. Fox & Co.) sells the Derek Rose polo/short sleeve shirts for @$70. They appear to be made of very high quality cotton.
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I don't wear them but a store near me in Washington DC (Wm. Fox & Co.) sells the Derek Rose polo/short sleeve shirts for @$70.  They appear to be made of very high quality cotton.
I was talking about Pajamas.
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Oh man, this has the makings of another "˜Ernest thread', keep "˜em coming Ernie. But to answer your question: This seems in line with prices I have notice here in the states, as well as it correlates with this: http://www.derek-rose.com/ Jon.
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Oh man, this has the makings of another "˜Ernest thread', keep "˜em coming Ernie. But to answer your question: This seems in line with prices I have notice here in the states, as well as it correlates with this: http://www.derek-rose.com/ Jon.
Interesting to see that at least 3 English brands (Derek, H&K and H&H) have changed their website in the same time.
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Nice pj's & robes - they are very expensive here in the US.
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Fine, fine quality. Neiman's usually has a several on sale at Last Call. Their pj's and cotton robes are terrific. Ben Silver in the summer catalog had some comfy looking short pj's, in linen I think.
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I think Harvie & Hudson on Jermyn Street sells the PJs for about 90 pounds in the sale. At least they did a year or so ago.
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I think Harvie & Hudson on Jermyn Street sells the PJs for about 90 pounds in the sale.  At least they did a year or so ago.
And what about their shirts?
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I bought a pair from Ben Silve last year. Very nice. Goes great with the cashmere bathrobe.
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For me, the biggest question is: are they made their clothing in UK? According to Sierra Trading Post, Derek Rose's pyjamas are made in Czech Republic. Gentlemen, if you own DR garments, are there "made in" labels? Andrey
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For me, the biggest question is: are they made their clothing in UK? According to Sierra Trading Post, Derek Rose's pyjamas are made in Czech Republic. Gentlemen, if you own DR garments, are there "made in" labels? Andrey
Mine are "Made in England" just under "DEREK ROSE" .
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(Ed355 @ 22 Dec. 2004, 08:13) I think Harvie & Hudson on Jermyn Street sells the PJs for about 90 pounds in the sale.  At least they did a year or so ago.
And what about their shirts?
I have not tried the shirts as they don't look well made. Their knit ties are quite nice though.
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Originally Posted by Ed355,22 Dec. 2004, 08:13
I think Harvie & Hudson on Jermyn Street sells the PJs for about 90 pounds in the sale.  At least they did a year or so ago.
And what about their shirts?
I have not tried the shirts as they don't look well made.  Their knit ties are quite nice though.
I was talking about the price
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