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Oxxford Clothes Has an Online Catalogue

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Great threads, shitty layout. Oxxford is an amazing fucking company that needs to step their marketing game up. Paul Stuart catalog > Isaia catalog > Oxxford catalog (by a mile.)
 

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Wow, I didn't realize Oxxford was that expensive. Is the price/quality ratio actually worth it? Not that I can see myself buying any of that at full price any time soon, I'm just curious.
 

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Looks like they are really pushing their non-handmade line. Wonder why that is.
 

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Originally Posted by iammatt
Looks like they are really pushing their non-handmade line. Wonder why that is.

Do you REALLY wonder?
 

TonyThe Tailor

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Originally Posted by iammatt
Looks like they are really pushing their non-handmade line. Wonder why that is.

HQ (Hand-made) has become more of a custom only line, whereas 1220 is more of a ready made line and is backed up with basic instock goods. 1220 is made just as well as Brioni.
 

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