Fraid not. CdG is Mecca. Mark Buxton used to be CdG's perfumer; maybe you should try his stuff if you're a fan.
Not sure. Best thing would eb to call and ask, and have them send it to you if they have it. Love Tabarome, BTW.
Absolutely. I think that a decent shoe store would have to have well over 300 pairs of shoes in their inventory, assuming that they have an average of a couple of pairs in each size of each model in stock.
Five major brands (Cleverley, JL, Carmina, CJ and EG); six different models from each brand; ten pairs of each (sizes from around 7 through to 11, some half sizes, 2-3 pairs of the most commonly requested sizes). That's 300 pair.
I'm selling these garment-dyed brownish-olive cotton Berg and Berg trousers - Size 50 new with tags for AUD100 plus postage and made in Naples for Berg & Berg/
Measurements (in cm) are as follows:
If you want to pick them up from the Melbourne CBD, that's great as well..
Hit me up if you're interested.
Logically, none of you are wrong...but if Double Monk were to have 300 pairs of shoes assuming a $400 wholesale cost of goods (conservative) that's $120,000 outlay with no guaranteed rate of return.
Factor in their Melbourne operation (assume same size) $240,000.
As a business owner, would you want $240,000 sitting there on shelves? Maybe they do...I am not saying it's not possible - it just struck me as unlikely.
It would make more sense to optimise your supply chain and keep higher volume goods in stock while fast tracking orders from wholesalers for irregulars. Or better yet, float your stock between Melbourne and Sydney then you can comfortably manage 300 pairs across 2 states with lower risk and only a small impact on cost.