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I don't get the part about waiting until the very last second - there is less inventory as time goes by and prices won't change...why did the archive sale changed its end date from the 23 to the 22nd? Was counting on buying a piece by Fri. I'm pretty sure the first email I got said between 15 and 23.
It's not about having to wait until last second, but getting paid on Friday and not reading between the lines. Anyway, next time then. Thanks for the quick reply.I don't get the part about waiting until the very last second - there is less inventory as time goes by and prices won't change...
In any case, it will be turned off on Friday morning so we can focus on first fall drops. So, it technically closes on the 23rd but we don't want anyone to be misled in thinking they can shop the archives on Friday night so we're saying the 22nd which is the last full day
Orange is a good colorThey really are. I'm excited about all of them, and I'm trying to rope Tony into coming by on Friday to join in on the Livestream. Will keep you updated!
Right now it looks like Inis Meain should be ready for Friday the 30th, so it's coming up quick.
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Can you provide some hints of what Sage de Cret products will be dropping?They are! We've got a few things lined up and it looks like this Friday is Heschung (Thuyas galore!), Sage de Cret, Master-Piece, and Tony Shirtmakers, the last of which I know you've had a chance to see