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S.T.Dupont Clothing

Sebastian

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Hi everyone!

I just won the auction for this S.T.Dupont Blazer on Ebay.
I surely know the lighters and various other lifestyle goods from them, but never heard about them being in clothing also.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=120299869629

As I was looking for a nice solid blue patch pocket blazer for some time now, I thought at this price, you can't go wrong..

Anyone can provide some information? Experiences?
 

dopey

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Originally Posted by Sebastian
Hi everyone!

I just won the auction for this S.T.Dupont Blazer on Ebay.
I surely know the lighters and various other lifestyle goods from them, but never heard about them being in clothing also.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=120299869629

As I was looking for a nice solid blue patch pocket blazer for some time now, I thought at this price, you can't go wrong..

Anyone can provide some information? Experiences?


I don't know anything about the blazers, but the pants make this cool "ping" sound when you unzip the fly.
 

Sebastian

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Thanks for the helpful input, dopey!


No one knows anything about there clothes?
Well, I will anyway see how they are when I get the blazer...
 

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They have them in Asia.... quite drab styles. Can't comment on the construction, never really bothered to pick one up
 

Sebastian

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Thanks for the comment.
I think they are made in Italy. Maybe the maker is known. I will look at the label, when I get it, maybe I can identify it.
 

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Dupont clothing looks nice enough; the ties can be interesting. The company is run at a staggering loss. There are interesting sales in Paris every year.
 

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I have a similar jacket, it really is quite nice, not at the top end by any means but very good value at ebay prices.
 

LabelKing

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Originally Posted by RJman
Dupont clothing looks nice enough; the ties can be interesting. The company is run at a staggering loss. There are interesting sales in Paris every year.

Surely they get something back from their fragrance licenses.
 

rach2jlc

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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
They have them in Asia.... quite drab styles. Can't comment on the construction, never really bothered to pick one up
Yes, I think they have some non-Euro licenses here and there; I've seen some stuff in Japan, too, and it's the typical "fashion brand licensed out to lowest Asian bidder" drab stuff... I'm sure that their Euro-made goods are much nicer, so let's hope the OP's jacket is one of these and not something somebody picked up at a DutyFree shop at the Singapore Airport.
 

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