Any plans for new men's fragrances? Hah, I actually looked into this last year. One of my favorite scents of all time is called "Knize Ten." I lived in Vienna for two years, and Knize is hands-down the best looking mens store that I've ever seen. Seriously - look at this place: http://knize.at/de/content/1.html Unfriendly staff. Absolutely huge, oversized clothing. But a gorgeous shop. I went in there quite a bit, and always loved their "Knize Ten" fragrance. It's got a strong leather scent and it's really special. Anyway, I was trying to get more of it, but it's impossible to find this stuff online. For a while, I was toying with the idea of doing a Knize Ten "repro" fragrance if you will, but it's seriously difficult. Just like the cheap fragrances at Rite Aid don't smell like the real thing, all the private label fragance places that I found were also shite. It's not a project for anyone who's uneducated about fragances, and that's me. I know a lot about pants, shirts, shoes, and jackets, but I don't really know my ass from my elbow as to how fragrances are made. So it's on hold for the moment. But that said, Knize Ten is incredible. If you go to Vienna, definitely pick up a few bottles. And if you don't, then check out "Gomma" by Etro. It's very close, and pretty awesome in its own right. You can get a bottle off of Ebay for about $60, and I totally recommend it as a Fall scent. That CPO looks great, will likely pick one up as I've been looking for a nice shirt-jacket or CPO for awhile. You're gonna have everything on lock as you keep expanding the line/styles. You know it! Did I mention that we're dropping a leather briefcase in December any plans for a slimmer trouser then the walt? for us stick figures. I'm actually looking into some new shapes for our trousers. One would be a slimmer, lower rise "cigarette" pant. It's not on the schedule for anytime in the next few months though. However, we've sold literally hundreds of pants to guys with very slim legs. The Walt is actually a very flattering trouser for them - especially if you're going to wear it to work or a professional setting. It doesn't look baggy, and it's sharply tailored. The cigarette pant is planned to be more of a fashion item that has a ton of attitude. But the Walt is a very wearable shape, no matter how thin your legs are.