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Oxxford Clothes spring look

AndrewRogers

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Mark,

Some of those jackets are awesome
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I esp. like the (flannel?) windowpane.
 

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wow!!! that is some serious oxxford-Appreciation, thanks much for posting it!!

Some of those jackets look like they have very soft shoulders-- do you know the names of the model? I really like the tan jacket with the spread collar shirt.....actually, the shirt looks pretty sharp to me also. I remember Mike Cohen mentioned that they were working on a new shirt model a while back, I wonder if this is it? Know any details about the shirts?
 

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Originally Posted by texas_jack
It looks like they've finally killed the trademark Oxxford notches. Sad.

No! Great!

I never liked them...
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texas_jack

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Originally Posted by Sebastian
No! Great!

I never liked them...
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I know. A lot of people didn't and from a purely asthetic view they were kind of ugly, but they were certainly distinctive and for that I think it's kind of sad.
 

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I want to thank Zegnamtl for posting the photographs.

If the "Oxxford notch" refers to the fishmouth notch, then it is available in MTM. You can order almost anything that you want in MTM.

The models were set-up for visiting Oxxford vendors during "market week". The purpose is to give the retailers some ideas. Often, the retailers come-up with their own ideas for cloth and styling. The second group of photos shows next Fall's clothing.

Oxxford will be introducing a line of English shoes made by Crockett & Jones for Oxxford.
 

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Most of these combinations are horrible. The person who put these mannequins together should be fired. Some of the jackets look nice but the shirts and ties are awful.
 

unpainted huffheinz

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Originally Posted by EL72
Most of these combinations are horrible. The person who put these mannequins together should be fired. Some of the jackets look nice but the shirts and ties are awful.

You don't like it, the Purple Label minus the taste?
 

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Originally Posted by Mark Seitelman
Here are a mixture of new Spring clothing as well as next Fall's clothes shown during market week.

I want to thank Zegnamtl for posting the photos.











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