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post #16 of 24
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I like the Lacoste alligator, the only reason I don't wear their sport shirts (I'd normally refer to them as polo shirts, but fear a trademark infringement lawsuit from Ralph Lauren) is the tendency of the alligator to fray after a few washings and tear off eventually at the stitching.  I'll give credit to RL in this regard, that his polo player is not stitched on but sewn into the shirt. Grayson
It's a crocodile
post #17 of 24
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I'm away playing polo.
And for you Honeymooners fans, I'm riding a "polopony" Grayson
post #18 of 24
What does the Paul Stuart logo look like?
post #19 of 24
It's a well-dressed dude sitting on a fence. Sort of like this, but sewn with less detail: http://www.paulstuart.com/
post #20 of 24
Would there be confusion with Paul Smith?
post #21 of 24
I suppose there could be a possibility for confusion -- for the "uninitiated" person who is, for example, searching on EBay. But I think Paul Smith aims for a younger audience though. Both have lots of wonderfully colorful clothes, and that's a similarity. But, for me anyway, the confusion only exists when scanning Ebay and the name "Paul" catches my eye before I realize it's Paul Smith and not Paul Stuart.
post #22 of 24
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It's a well-dressed dude sitting on a fence.  Sort of like this, but sewn with less detail: http://www.paulstuart.com/
Oh - I wouldn't wear that logo... I'll stick with the Nike Swoosh thank you very much. Bradford
post #23 of 24
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It's a well-dressed dude sitting on a fence.
That makes him a Metrosexual, I presume.
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by lisapop,April 01 2005,12:14
I like the Lacoste alligator, the only reason I don't wear their sport shirts (I'd normally refer to them as polo shirts, but fear a trademark infringement lawsuit from Ralph Lauren) is the tendency of the alligator to fray after a few washings and tear off eventually at the stitching.  I'll give credit to RL in this regard, that his polo player is not stitched on but sewn into the shirt. Grayson
I've contacted RL and a lawyer will call you shortly... Jon.
I thought "polo collar", at the very least was a trademark of Brooks. Edit: just checked patent/tm database -- obviously (if it weren't before), I don't know what I'm talking about...
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