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post #33301 of 57168
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Can't weight to see the trousers! What where fabrics are your first public ones going to be? (assuming the current shipment is just a test?)
The first lot will be al tropical weight likely. And when I say lot, I'm talking probably 3 colours to start with (quality over quantity). A light grey, mid grey and tan/beige most likely. But it depends on what takes my fancy out of all the swatches. Ludlows may do some exclusive to them for the legal market also. I don't see them being released before October really because lets face it, in the southern cities it's pretty well still winter for the first month of spring anyway.

They'll be around the $190-$200 mark, essentially comparable to the HY line in both quality and price, but with the added ease of being both in stock here and being returnable for Aussie customers. I'll also respond to peoples emails too if you have a query, so there's that as well smile.gif
post #33302 of 57168

Will definitely purchase light grey trop wool.

 

100% in.

 

Sign me up to a list if you need to. There's only one Milduran Matt buying HC stuff, so you even know my address.

post #33303 of 57168
x2 on a 36 mid grey tropical.
post #33304 of 57168
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

well depends what 60% off equals in terms of price?

IMO, the price of the PRL cable knit cashmeres are pretty reasonable at $200 after 60% off. Particularly, as I was considering some Everlane cashmeres and they are $120 USD before proxy.

I picked up a red and a black in small as soon as the sale started. The stuff isn't amazing, but I think it's good for the price. However, I also picked up two RLBL cashmeres - these are obviously nicer than the PRL but also cost more. They are just cut slimmer and it's a softer/thinner fabric that isn't as bulky looking - also v necks.

Edit: whoops didn't realise how old the post was typing from my phone.
post #33305 of 57168
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Originally Posted by billbro View Post

IMO, the price of the PRL cable knit cashmeres are pretty reasonable at $200 after 60% off. Particularly, as I was considering some Everlane cashmeres and they are $120 USD before proxy.

I picked up a red and a black in small as soon as the sale started. The stuff isn't amazing, but I think it's good for the price. However, I also picked up two RLBL cashmeres - these are obviously nicer than the PRL but also cost more. They are just cut slimmer and it's a softer/thinner fabric that isn't as bulky looking - also v necks.

Edit: whoops didn't realise how old the post was typing from my phone.
Haha. Thanks for the info mate. Still considering it but can't bring myself to give them the business. I actually went back for then once but was flat out refused service ("it's 5:02 we close at 5 and I don't get overtime"!)
post #33306 of 57168
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

x2 on a 36 mid grey tropical.

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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

Will definitely purchase light grey trop wool.

100% in.

Sign me up to a list if you need to. There's only one Milduran Matt buying HC stuff, so you even know my address.

Thanks guys, I don't think there is any need for a list just yet until we get a bit closer, but I'll start to gauge interest a bit more so I can get an idea of what sizes will be popular pretty soon and post measurements once I've done whatever tweaking I need to do.

I'll post some detailed shots and all that first when they arrive and go from there.

Ta
Jason
post #33307 of 57168
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Originally Posted by coxaca View Post

...I just went in there this morning and scored the most kick-ass suit in human history. The only thing about the deal that pissed me off was that it was only 40% off.

Suit is a dark purple-and-burgundy window-pane in (I think) 90% wool/10% cashmere, peaked lapels, narrow waist, double vents, fairly narrow taper on the pants. It is what you might call "directional" (some might prefer to use the word "faggy") and would not be suitable for an undertaker.
Sounds brill.
post #33308 of 57168
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Originally Posted by Nolvadex View Post

Thats what Raymond does in everybody loves Raymond

Now there's a fashion icon we should all emulate.
post #33309 of 57168
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

I want her to marry me.

Or just like hang out for a few days.

Plus, the food looks great. I even started looking at jobs in Paris because of the show.


I also enjoyed Chinese Culinary Adventure earlier in the year and developed a crush on that host. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Mr. Dunne = equal opportunity employer.


You lads definitely need to avoid the Asian Girls Appreciation Thread.
post #33310 of 57168
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You lads definitely need to avoid the Asian Girls Appreciation Thread.

 

I have lived in Shanghai for the past seven years and I'm here to tell you that flooding therapy doesn't work.

post #33311 of 57168
Wait? What? Where? I thought this place was all about mens clothing. Not beautiful nubile young ladies!
post #33312 of 57168
White guys love Asian girls. Asian guys like White girls. Asian girls love White guys. White girls do not like Asian guys. Therefore, Asian guys are fucked. I'm done.
post #33313 of 57168
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Originally Posted by iSurg View Post

White guys love Asian girls. Asian guys like White girls. Asian girls love White guys. White girls do not like Asian guys. Therefore, Asian guys are fucked. I'm done.

 

Tell them you're black. Black trumps everything, just ask Seal.

post #33314 of 57168

Hello, Sadly selling my PJ Loro piana jacket! Anyone interested?  http://www.styleforum.net/t/345865/patrick-johnson-loro-piana-wool-silk-linen-jacket

post #33315 of 57168
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Originally Posted by iSurg View Post

White guys love Asian girls. Asian guys like White girls. Asian girls love White guys. White girls do not like Asian guys. Therefore, Asian guys are fucked. I'm done.

 

This has not been true enough in my experience.

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