Yeah, I have to say the only European city I went thrifting in was Berlin, but my god was it ridiculous. Polyester suits from the 70s for 40 Euro. Garbage shirts for minumum 15 Euro. If I was living there, I'd burn my old clothes (or give them directly to the homeless) before putting them in the bins for Humana to pick up. That and stores selling used GATs for 20 Euro a pop (they're 25 new on eBay.de) made me swear off second-hand shopping in that city. Except flohmarkts. They probably just don't know. Most of the people who work at those places don't know fuck one about menswear. You could always politely tell them that they've got their brands wrong. You weren't going to buy it anyway, so what do you have to lose? Anyway, no pick-ups today, but a couple of notable passes related to current events. Passed on: - At least 20-year-old Zegna suit marked up to $99 - Hockey Night in Canada sweater. Couldn't even bring myself to touch it.