Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SamSpade, Feb 20, 2012.
I notice the lapel buttonhole is a keyhole shape verse the flat shape. Any reason?
Nice, looks like my closet update has come at a great time. Looking forward to all the new goods Ed
Do you have an estimated price point for the SCs? Those shots up there looked totally awesome.
Assuming you will have long sizes. If you won't, then nevermind.
Short answer = no
Long answer = if no one buys these and I want to stay in the pant business, then I will have to.
eventually will offer everything in MTM but not until I feel that I am totally up to speed in taking measurements and recognizing problems. Don't hold your breath or anything.
Yes, I like it that way.
Offerings will be regular lengths (a 40R will measure 30 inches from the bottom of the collar), anything can be special ordered (long/short lengths, flap/patch pockets, I won't budge more than 1/8 inch on the lapel though ). I would probably want you to try on a regular, make sure you like the fit, and then make you a long/short.
you having your goods made in NY or abroad?
Places of manufacture = Long Island City, New York CIty, New Jersey.
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That is one sweet looking jacket.
All items manufactured in NJ will require a $9.50 upcharge for the Holland Tunnel toll.
Seriously, the pants and SC both look very nice -- the SC especially looks like something I've been looking for for a long while. Will be interested to see measurements and fabric options.
Those SCs and new silk prints (ties) look awesome.
Can we schedule your trunk show to take place at my house?
Seriously Ed, you have Conne on the front page of your website!?
he looks good. You'd be surprised at how women look at him in the street when he is dressed up like that. Anyway, the site is going to be changed eventually but I'll probably use another Conne picture, his picture tests well with GILFS and Queen's, the meat of my customer base.
Ask Spoo, the wemminz get on tables for him.
I have been ogling your pants for some time now. Good luck with everything Ed.
overcoats is interesting, although i imagine that's a fair way down the line. A chesterfield? trench?
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