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Basement at Liberty (London) now carries RRL, Studio D, huge LVC range...

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Has anyone been recently?

Dropped by on Saturday
They now carry RRL (and quite the selection too), larger LVC section, Studio d'Artisan... Coupled with old selection of Oli Spencer, Barbour Tokito, Kimmel, CDG, etc, Liberty is again my favorite department store in London...
 

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They also carry Prps, Jeans Shop Rag & Bone and Nudies. Nothing you couldn't already get at other places in London. I would have liked them to be a bit more original and stock PBJ, KMW and Skull Jeans.
 

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Originally Posted by bbhewee
Has anyone been recently? Dropped by on Saturday They now carry RRL (and quite the selection too), larger LVC section, Studio d'Artisan... Coupled with old selection of Oli Spencer, Barbour Tokito, Kimmel, CDG, etc, Liberty is again my favorite department store in London...
more selection than the ralph lauren store have (in london)? the ralph lauren store has like 4 different style of RRL, the rest is PRL if I recall correctly.
 

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read that david beckham had his picks the other night at a private party at liberty post london fashion week event


though the real party was down the street, round the corner at the post office
 

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By the way do anyone know if I can get RRL with waist size 29 in London..., I just want to nail down my sizing before go on ebay or have my girlfriend buy it in the US... Just bought a low straight in 30x30 and it's too big on the waist for me
 

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Originally Posted by bbhewee
Has anyone been recently?

Dropped by on Saturday
They now carry RRL (and quite the selection too)


Thanks for this. UK prices are stupid for a pauper like me. I'll have to have a look soon, though.
 

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Originally Posted by Rayson
Thanks for this. UK prices are stupid for a pauper like me. I'll have to have a look soon, though.

it's indeed stupid, just went to Liberty, slim or low straight are both going for 270 pound retail, I thought retail (non-distressed ones anyway) in the US is like 230 USD! The distressed are selling for like 350 pounds on bond street Ralph Lauren store, I think the distressed one goes for 350 USD in the States at retail...
 

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a few pieces at bicester village but its no guarantee and to get it in your size is even rarer. best get a us proxie
 

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by the way if anyone is interested I might be dumping my RRL 30x30 low straight (Rinse) a bit too big around waist, still deciding at the moment... (i.e. to wash it and hope it shrink or buy a 29X30 or 29X32 on ebay). Ideally I would like to try 29x30 in person, but doesn't seem like they carry size this small in Liberty. Anyone got any idea where else to try?
 

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