- Sep 23, 2004
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The shoe is Bettanin & Venturi, also carried at Barneys in New York.This just pisses me off like nothing else. An upside to the day was going down Sherbrooke to a store called "Giorgio". All of you must check it out, along with Uomo, Harry Rosen, Ogilvy's and Holt Renfrew when you come to Montreal. It had gorgeous Barbera Suits on amazing sales, John Lobbs, Santonis, and another type of Italian shoe starting with a "B" (dont think it was Berlutti) with a odd styling. Some sort of rope-like piping where the shoe last meets the sole.
I do exactly the same thing with my wife. In stores it does work pretty well. I have noticed that in restaurant, especially when ordering the wine, showing that you are a native French speaker does get you much better service.When I am in the mood for a little fun, in situations where I am being snobbed, I start talking in French to my husband, and 99% of the time, service greatly improves. Â Go figure.
Fair enough; I'm not trying to give you a hard time or anything, as I've had similar experiences (though mine haven't been as bad) and definitely agree that you should be pissed off.Ugliness was not the issue. It was sales people with body odour and umkempt appearances. I cannot apologize for my frirend's actions as they were not mine. I don't think there's been any bragging. When you're spending money at a place like Louis Vuitton, it goes without saying that it is a lot of money, and therefore the service rendered to the customer should reflect that.