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I'm sure there's a ton of HK (and Singaporean) people on this thread but I wanted to make a thread for HKers as distinct from the HK tailors thread.
So uh........how many times have you seen Mark Cho around Landmark?
I actually quite enjoyed Tenet. All that aside can we talk about the menswear on display in the film -
The maligned Brooks Brothers suit was I though actually quite nice lol. Apart from the sleeves being too long. But I like the lower button stance and the nice long jackgt.
Great on all...
Young Shenzhen designer. There isn't a lot of discussion about him online but there is this great Medium article about him.
I think he does MTM stuff in Australia and he also sells RTW online through Taobao. His Taobao store is here.
I recently bought a dark gray denim shirt from him (link...
Any recommendations for dress socks which don't fall down and are <US$8? I do laundry infrequently so I need a lot lol. I've been buying Uniqlo's Supima whatever socks for like US$10 for 2 and they certianly don't fall down but they achieve that by being super tight and cutting off circulation...
(of note, 2 of the 5 shirts were from SF darling Lee Baron)
Last year I saw a photo of Pini Parma's flannel popover shirts and I thought they looked really cool so over the course of a year I got 5 popover shirts made in various styles and from two different makers
One benefit of...