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H. Herzfield in New York

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Patrick Bateman, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. lisapop

    lisapop Senior member

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    Go forth and conquer the sartorial jungle, young man.
    Grayson
     
  2. RSS

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    Any store with a modicum of integrity will offer to replace the suit or to fix it; most likely fix it. Â In my case with Herzfeld, the suit was made a couple sizes too small and the trousers were made too short, without sufficient material to lengthen them, so it was a lost cause and I didn't have the desire to deal with them on the recourse. Â Same deal with Richard Anderson on Savile Row---cut the trousers way too short and didn't leave enough material to lengthen them. Â Given you can cut the trousers a mile long to begin with, this is inexcusable.
    Grayson

    As I heard the story about Grayson's RA experience ... from what might be termed "the other side" ... Grayson never complained ... didn't say a thing. RA was totally unaware he was less than pleased.

    RA was very suprised when I mentioned the Grayson posts on AAAC.
     
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    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    good lord and people complained about the ghey posts.
     
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    good lord and people complained about the ghey posts.


    Ed, what's your problem?
     
  5. Manton

    Manton Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Ed, what's your problem?

    His head appears to be colliding with a brick wall, perhaps causing trauma to the skull and brain.
     
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    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    His head appears to be colliding with a brick wall, perhaps causing trauma to the skull and brain.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Ed, what's your problem?

    A bunch of 2-3 year old threads being resurrected by Richard Anderson Sr.
     
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    A bunch of 2-3 year old threads being resurrected by Richard Anderson Jr.

    Blame Manton.
     
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    A bunch of 2-3 year old threads being resurrected by Richard Anderson Jr.

    I'm bored. Besides ... I'm his grandfather.
     
  10. Manton

    Manton Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Blame Manton.

    Troll.

    And here I did what I thought was the courteous thing by not boring the board with my comments, and this is the thanks I get.
     
  11. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I'm bored. Besides ... I'm his grandfather.

    Ok, I changed my original statement to Richard Anderson Sr.

    BTW, I do like the RA sportcoat in your avatar.
     
  12. Manton

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    BTW, I do like the RA sportcoat in your avatar.
    +1. Horse blanket chic.
     
  13. RSS

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    Horse blanket chic.
    Ain't it the truth.
     
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    +1. Horse blanket chic.

    Semi subliminal projection, to woo the willing.
    Fill in the blanks: _ _ _ _ like a horse.
     
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    Ain't it the truth.

    why do you keep bringing up really old threads?
     
  16. Concordia

    Concordia Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    why do you keep bringing up really old threads?

    You mean, the ones he ordered 30 years ago?
     
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    why do you keep bringing up really old threads?

    Well, I'm new here.
    Because I'm new I'm exploring the site.
    While exploring the site I found the search feature.
    While using the search feature I found some threads dating from prior to my joining SF.
    Because I didn't have the opportunity to comment the first time around ... I'm doing it now.

    And besides ... the post prior to mine was only a bit more than three years old. For someone my age ... that's positively cutting edge.
     
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    H. Herzfield is listed as a retailer in Arnys FW07-08 brochure, so I stopped by yesterday...WTF is up with this store? They had about 3 Arnys ties and after I declined I basically had to fight my way out of the store without buying "the best rain coat" or the "best umbrella."
     
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    My, you are quite teh Francophile...
     
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    Their Drake's ties are quite good.
     

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