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post #76 of 105
By English standards, though, that's a very good price for C&J, regardless of the grade. My wallet is happy I'm not within spending distance of NYC.
post #77 of 105
Dan, From my knowledge, Barney's dropped the C&J Handgrade line. Alas, Koji's tale of $150 Handgrades at the warehouse sale will be forever history... (OMG, I'm lamenting about cheap shoes).
post #78 of 105
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From my knowledge, Barney's dropped the C&J Handgrade line.  Alas, Koji's tale of $150 Handgrades at the warehouse sale will be forever history... (OMG, I'm lamenting about cheap shoes).
Sad.  The Handgrade Seymours I'm wearing today that I scored at this summer's warehouse sale must be the last of their kind.  I guess I'm down to Plal, Bennie's, or the very rare ebay item for discounted high-end English shoes. dan
post #79 of 105
Barneys Warehouse Sale A good selection of Bettainin & Venturi shoes and boots originally $800-1200 now $400-600. C&J benchgrade $200 Lots of Canali ($600) suits, some Battistoni ($1100), Isaia ($800), Oxxford ($1000) & Kiton ($1400). I'll wait until the last week for further and final reductions.
post #80 of 105
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Hermes sales starts today 2/20 thru Sat. 2/26. Credit cards only. I can't make it today, please report any bargains.
post #81 of 105
Is this the one at the French Insitute or somewhere else?
post #82 of 105
Thread Starter 
I double checked. It's at all NY area regular stores. Since the Manhattan flagship always closes on Sundays, sales starts tomorrow for that store.
post #83 of 105
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Jay Kos sales ends this Tues.: Ties: $25 or $200 for 10 Dress & causal pants: $75 or $250 for 5 Shirts: $75 or $250 for 5 Suits: $500 Socks: $10 100% cotton or wool, mostly over-the-calf
post #84 of 105
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Jay Kos sales ends this Tues.: Ties: $25 or $200 for 10 Dress & causal pants: $75 or $250 for 5 Shirts: $75 or $250 for 5 Suits: $500 Socks: $10 100% cotton or wool, mostly over-the-calf
You wouldn't happen to have noticed how the availablitly was in smaller sizes, would you have? Pants: 29-30, shirts 15. Thanks, Dan
post #85 of 105
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Jay Kos sales ends this Tues.: Ties: $25 or $200 for 10 Dress & causal pants: $75 or $250 for 5 Shirts: $75 or $250 for 5 Suits: $500 Socks: $10 100% cotton or wool, mostly over-the-calf
These are GREAT prices... If I was in NY I'd stock up on ties and socks at least. And Castangia suits for $500 at a retail store All you New Yorkers should check it out.
post #86 of 105
I stocked up on socks at Jay Kos. I bought 20 pairs. They're all English or Italian made over-the-calf 100% cotton or wool, extremely high quality. There're still plenty of size and style to choose from as of last Sat. I suggest you to hit Jay Kos before the approaching snow storm does.
post #87 of 105
Norcal....according to the manager of C&J on Jermyn Street, Barney's has not dropped C&J handgrades. Also, stopped by the Jay Kos on the Upper East Side earlier today. Store was massively picked over. Not much left. I picked up some casual socks at $10 per pair and a tie for $25. Frankly, I could have passed completely. Plus, I had to endure a conversation with the insufferable Jay Kos himself. Overall, if you have not made it to Kos for the sale yet, don't bother at this point.
post #88 of 105
I did not see much left in wool over the calf socks in my size (M) or any size for that matter. I picked up some casual mid calf socks. They are OK, nothing special and I got some weird colors like lavender, pumpkin, etc. You (and I) are too late if you are looking for solid basics to wear with suits. I did not see anything worthwhile in trousers (size 36), dress shirts, or suits. A lot of what was there seemed to be very stale or old inventory. There was a decent selection of wool shetland (?) sweaters in L and XL priced at $85 down from $255. However, I was not that impressed with the quality. I really am not a fan of Jay Kos. While the regular merchandise is interesting, I have little patience with the attitude of the store and the proprietor and I think the prices are a little ridiculous.
post #89 of 105
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Norcal....according to the manager of C&J on Jermyn Street, Barney's has not dropped C&J handgrades.  
If so, how come there's no C&J handgrade on display at Barneys?
post #90 of 105
bry2000 - would you mind elaborating on the attitude of Jay Kos? Your posts seemed to imply that you have been to his store more than once, yet you claim to have experienced rude treatment there. Do you plan on going back again? Others who have been to Jay Kos, feel free to comment.
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