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Originally Posted by GinoSprezzalini View Post
 

 

 

 

I thought dictionary definitions were around to avoid this kind of thing? From the Oxford dictionary (the only one I use):

 

 

Can anyone clarify if they have materials available from the top notch makers like Holland & Sherry, Scabal, Dormeuil, Zegna etc?

 

What's the definition of 'making'?

 

They have Dormeuil and other cloths at a similar if not greater standard to the other houses you listed.

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Does PJT sell wine fridges?

I already have a wine fridge. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #65943 of 67946
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Originally Posted by JimmyHoffa View Post
 

 

What's the definition of 'making'?

 

They have Dormeuil and other cloths at a similar if not greater standard to the other houses you listed.

 

Luckily, the Oxford Dictionary also has a definition for making.

 

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 The process of making or producing something.

 

Why bother saying there are betters if you can't name them?

post #65944 of 67946
You're all playing directly into Gino's hands.

This is priceless.

#whointheworldisginosprezzalini
Edited by Foxhound - 11/9/15 at 12:10am
post #65945 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Holy fuck you're all playing directly into Gino's hands.

This is priceless.

#whointheworldisginosprezzalini

#guidowongoliniginosprezzalini.
post #65946 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Holy fuck you're all playing directly into Gino's hands.

This is priceless.

#whointheworldisginosprezzalini

 

Well sorry mate - I guess forums aren't for asking questions then.

 

At least the golden oldies on Ask Andy reply to questions.

post #65947 of 67946
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Well sorry mate - I guess forums aren't for asking questions then.

 

At least the golden oldies on Ask Andy reply to questions.

It's JimmyHoffa's Italian brother!

post #65948 of 67946
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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post
 

It's JimmyHoffa's Italian brother!

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 A collection of men's clothing and women's lack thereof

 

And you're related to every other tumblerina who reposts other peoples work along with naked chicks?

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Someone should organise for the Australian Cricket Team to play the All Blacks and finally settle which country's better.

That would work if they played one another at netball.
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That photo of Tom Riley reminds me that I find having his dog running around their rooms majorly off-putting. I am not a dog person at all, just personally, and I cannot think of a single other menswear shop that inflicts a dog on the customers. Tom may love it to bits, but he is at work, not at home.
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And you're related to every other tumblerina who reposts other peoples work along with naked chicks?

Not sure of any response to this other than, Yes!

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Originally Posted by GinoSprezzalini View Post
 

 

Well sorry mate - I guess forums aren't for asking questions then.

 

At least the golden oldies on Ask Andy reply to questions.


I see. So, here's a question: are you a sock puppet for Phat Guido?

 

Answers of the "yes/no" variety are most welcome.

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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post
 

Not sure of any response to this other than, Yes!

 

If you can answer with a yes there is always a no response. What are you unsure of friend?

 

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I see. So, here's a question: are you a sock puppet for Phat Guido?

 

Answers of the "yes/no" variety are most welcome.

 

No.

 

I like the guy's style and hence the similar name. I think he has a great sense of style. I came across his content on Tumblr. I'd love to order my suits where he does. Does anyone know who he uses?

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A lot of those PJT suits are cut as one button coats with a second button attached. I personally don't care for unfitted tailoring on women.

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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

That photo of Tom Riley reminds me that I find having his dog running around their rooms majorly off-putting. I am not a dog person at all, just personally, and I cannot think of a single other menswear shop that inflicts a dog on the customers. Tom may love it to bits, but he is at work, not at home.
Some years ago I was in there going thinking about getting a suit. The dog was farting. Constantly. Foul. I made my excuses
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