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post #16 of 30
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(STYLESTUDENT @ Feb. 17 2005,15:35) Ditto on the first three to the left, particularly the one on the far left, for khaki and navy suits and jackets.
Ditto?
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post #17 of 30
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I like the French flag tie. I selected it and the two repps. Anyone jealous that I have a personal shopper in Paris? KenCPollock/Jerrysfriend
In that case, can you send me the houndstooth/shepard's check?
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(jerrysfriend @ Feb. 17 2005,10:51) I like the French flag tie. I selected it and the two repps. Anyone jealous that I have a personal shopper in Paris? KenCPollock/Jerrysfriend
In that case, can you send me the houndstooth/shepard's check?
You will have to fight Ernest for it.
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(AlanC @ Feb. 17 2005,06:23) Ditto on the first three, particularly the first one on the left. Who's the maker, Faconnable?
Breuer (for Faconnable)
I have a couple of Breuer ties (both tagged as Breuer, not Faconnable) and they're great. A quality French maker beyond the usual Hermes or Charvet to keep on the lookout for, folks.
post #20 of 30
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A quality French maker
You must mean Freedom maker.
post #21 of 30
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This one is for me as I already have the 2 striped ones. It is havy and very original fabrics (I guess wool and silk but not sure) I could go and buy it (I must spend 1 hour in train). The regular price is 83 euros. Would be PERFECT with a white shirt and navy suit. I could have a interesting price I guess.
post #22 of 30
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Albert Goldberg is the creator of Faconnable (or his son I do not remember). Stuffs with AG tag are the upscale of Faconnable. All cashmeres and luxurious fabrics are AG.
post #23 of 30
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I could go and buy it (I must spend 1 hour in train).
I don't believe you've given away the name of that mysterious location, have you? Some of us end up in Paris once in a while.
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(ernest @ Feb. 17 2005,14:54) I could go and buy it (I must spend 1 hour in train).
I don't believe you've given away the name of that mysterious location, have you?  Some of us end up in Paris once in a while.
It is here: http://www.lavalleevillage.com/LaVallee/home.asp
post #25 of 30
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(ernest @ Feb. 17 2005,14:54) I could go and buy it (I must spend 1 hour in train).
I don't believe you've given away the name of that mysterious location, have you?  Some of us end up in Paris once in a while.
Not really, Jerry did as you can see. Did you know this outlet?
post #26 of 30
Funny, I could swear that I have the exact same tie as the first one, from Brooks Brothers of all places . B
post #27 of 30
Yebb - there are easier ways for Mr. Pollock to get his hands on it than have it sent from Paris.
post #28 of 30
What do you know, if you attatch an image and then use preview - the software will discard your image. Charming...
post #29 of 30
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(Fabienne @ Feb. 17 2005,21:09)
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Originally Posted by ernest,Feb. 17 2005,14:54
I could go and buy it (I must spend 1 hour in train).
I don't believe you've given away the name of that mysterious location, have you?  Some of us end up in Paris once in a while.
Not really, Jerry did as you can see. Did you know this outlet?
Thanks, Jerrysfriend. No, I didn't know about that outdoor mall. I dislike the looks of it, but I suppose I could overlook that.
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What do you know, if you attatch an image and then use preview - the software will discard your image. Charming...
Very close indeed. mine is made in Fr
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