Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Oct 21, 2013.
Stop exaggerating. We also have some salad shops...
....and chicken & rice carts!!!
Those are okay. But seriously guys, this location is amazing. We will get some good food in, get everyone a drink, and look at some good stuff. If you feel the need, you step outside, and it's one of the best streets in Soho.
I would really like @gdl203 to bring this:
Ah man,a business trip means I miss this and the Meermin trunk!!Gutted...
This continues to crack me up everytime I see it in this thread.
I happen to be visiting the the city that weekend. I'll drop by for a drink or two.
Hey Fok if the Vibergs are ready by then maybe you can bring mine along to save on shipping.
Incorrect, both of youse.
I'm in, will do my best to bring reinforcements.
I've got the green one, it's fantastic.
You really don't want this to happen. I can get a full week of clothes into a 20" carryon, including shoes, so now you know how I pack. That said, those boots will hopefully already be on your feet when you come.
Also, I just had late breaking news that JP Marcellino will be at the show, with a lot of cool bags and briefcases, and hopefully, with the backpack.briefcase hybrid that I want.
@StephenB Well, @Kent Wang will be there, and he will be doing fittings. I think that for atypical body types and sizes, MTM is often a good way to go. I find that grading is really good around the sample sizes (so 38-42, sometimes 44, in the US) but not as good at the lower and higher sizes.
atypical? ATYPICAL!?! 5'8" 145lb I'm prototypical in the asian continent
Thanks, I'll definitely be stopping by
sounds like its going to be a great time with cool people and i will have some brand new styles to showcase.
Yeah, I know. At 5'11" and 175 lbs, I am big in Hong Kong, and I'm not that big of a guy. Even the China based side of my family is pretty tall for ethnic Cantonese. I look for shoes (size 10.5-11 US) in Asia, and I feel like Shaq. In Japan, it's even worse. Many of the more fashion forward Japanese stores only carry up to a size 2, and in those brands, a size 4 is often fitted on me.
I'll be there.
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