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Paul Stuart's holiday catalog

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That was borderline pornographic.

I need to find a rich, bored housewife who will spoil me.
 

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I liked the picture with the layered bd's.
 

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Goddamit. Why the fuck is Paul Stuart so goddamn expensive!?
 

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Awesome. I love Paul Stuart.
 

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I dunno, the hoodie on the last page with the Paul Stuart logo is a total travesty.

I've never taken to Paul Stuart. There's something about the merchandise and the overall look that is way too 'composed', if that makes any sense. Some of the very basic things are, of course, unobjectionable. But they often go a step or two too far in trying to make things look more luxurious. The ties, for example, tend to be way too thick and always have an obnoxious shine.

Paul Stuart quality plus J. Press style would be perfect.
 

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is there a place to sign up to receive these lookbooks by mail? i would like to collect them
 

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paulstuart.com has a page to sign up to receive catalogs
 

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Originally Posted by mafoofan
I've never taken to Paul Stuart. There's something about the merchandise and the overall look that is way too 'composed', if that makes any sense.





The PS catalogs are a real treat. They must spend a fortune on printing them. If I had the budget, I'd shop there much more frequently.
 

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The housecoat takes the cake IMO.
 

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IMHO, with the addition of Phineas this is now the premier men's shop in NY. They have a distinct POV, high quality products and the comforting knowledge of what you will and what you won't find.
 

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