- Dec 7, 2004
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I think it's great! And it's a European company they've rejected too. The Champs-Elysees is pretty far-gone already, IMO. It's like a prettier Times Square. It might be too little too late.Originally Posted by GreyFlannelMan
Why they haven't done this with Abercrombie & Fitch on Savile Row is beyond me.Originally Posted by Jovan
Yeah, but this is a matter of dignity, and letting some douchey brand that goes against all that Savile Row stands for move in is not dignified to say the least.Originally Posted by Jovan
Originally Posted by DeSica
There was some discussion about how Starbucks would be received when it opened in Vienna, where coffeehouses play an importnat role in everyday life and the culture. Now, a few years later, there are no fewer than 11 outposts, so somebody has to be patronizing the chain...Originally Posted by GreyFlannelMan