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Is more browser friendly now - a definite improvement. Their neckerchief selection is sick.

Impatiently waiting for Charvet's inaugural launch.
 

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Horrible redesign. It takes many more clicks to get to the product, and navigation is un-intuitive.

The product itself is superb, of course.
 

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I prefer their old design as well. Probably one of the least intuitive websites I have seen in a while.

However, their new products are
I especially like some of their cashmere ties and fairisle sweaters.
 

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Beautiful stuff, but it took me three or four clicks to find out the price. Maybe that's by design.
 

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Good stuff! I like the new site. Love those double bar stripe repp ties.
 

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That Navajo square is exceptionally ugly.
 

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