Paul Stuart in LA?

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  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Is there a single store that has a decent selection of Paul Stuart clothes in LA?
     


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    I think Paul Stuart only sells in its own stores.
     


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    I think Paul Stuart only sells in its own stores.
    That's correct. They have stores in New York and Chicago, and they have an e-commerce website.
     


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    j (stands for Jerk) Admin

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    That's correct. They have stores in New York and Chicago, and they have an e-commerce website.
    And a nice one in Ginza with a very helpful fellow. [​IMG]
     


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    Great thing about Japan is that many of the labels have their own little boutiques (as well as country Flagship shops) in many of the big department stores here.

    The bad thing is that many of them, Paul Stuart included, license their line to a local Japanese clothier (Sanyo I believe in the case of P.S.) and they make to fit the Japanese physique. My closet is full of P. Stuart stuff that I've bought here, but a few of them the neck is too tight or the sleeves too short as I was only able to buy in that size.

    Would like to consider living in LA in the future, but would have a hard time not being able to buy P.S. suits and jackets!
     


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    Would like to consider living in LA in the future, but would have a hard time not being able to buy P.S. suits and jackets!

    Hopefully a decision to move to a major city isn't based on the availability of a particular brand of clothes![​IMG]
     


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    Great thing about Japan is that many of the labels have their own little boutiques (as well as country Flagship shops) in many of the big department stores here.

    The bad thing is that many of them, Paul Stuart included, license their line to a local Japanese clothier (Sanyo I believe in the case of P.S.) and they make to fit the Japanese physique. My closet is full of P. Stuart stuff that I've bought here, but a few of them the neck is too tight or the sleeves too short as I was only able to buy in that size.

    Would like to consider living in LA in the future, but would have a hard time not being able to buy P.S. suits and jackets!

    Have you been to Paul Stuart in Ginza? I'd be surprised if they didn't have Anglo-scale stuff there. I didn't look around, but the sales guy was very helpful.
     


  8. RJman

    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    Hopefully a decision to move to a major city isn't based on the availability of a particular brand of clothes![​IMG]
    oooh, I dunno... [​IMG]
     


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    Have you been to Paul Stuart in Ginza? I'd be surprised if they didn't have Anglo-scale stuff there.
    I haven't been but a PS exec told me that their Asian outposts are a different animal.
     


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