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Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Bromley

    Bromley Active Member

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    Maybe we're located in different countries, and so we have different distributors? In the US cloth prices have risen in the past year or so pretty much across the board. Fox's retail prices have gone up a lot more than their trade prices. You should expect a much smaller price increase if it's your tailor who's ordering the cloth.
     


  2. kolecho

    kolecho Distinguished Member

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    And some of us think LL is expensive at GBP100/m LOL.
     


  3. bamboo

    bamboo Senior Member

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    Very valid point. 5 years ago for the retail in Hong Kong, H&S was more expensive than HoE and now they are the same price level I think. In the same manner, in terms of relativitiy, I now feel LL less expensive compared to others.

    Anyway WEB price or RRP is not the main stream price they are dealing (trade price hike < retail price hike) so it is more marketing thing (plus to deter CMT).
     


  4. mockingboy

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    Hey all

    Anyone know where I can found the London lounge Gray PoW, Gary Cooper or Best I’d Both steers fabrics? Or something similar?

    Thanks!
     


  5. SartodiNapoli

    SartodiNapoli Distinguished Member

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    Hello,

    Helping a friend to sell:


    Jacket coupons for sale:

    1. Hunt & Winterbotham Sandringham 2, 85% worsted spun cashmere + 15%
    silk - 2m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m1a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m1b.jpg

    2. Holland & Sherry - Sherry Tweed 880404 340g 100% wool, 1.8m

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m2a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m2b.jpg

    3. Holland & Sherry - Sherry Tweed 880503 340g 100% wool, 1.8m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m3a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m3b.jpg

    4. Hunt & Winterbotham 106103 100% wool SUPER 120's 285g, 2m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m4a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m4b.jpg

    5. Holland & Sherry Key West II Limited Edition 164701 100% len, 280g,
    1.8m

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m5a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m5b.jpg

    6. Carnet Santorini 7527, 75% wool, 25% linen, 260g, 2m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m6a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m6b.jpg

    7. Holland & Sherry Harris Tweed 340g, 1.8m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m8a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m8b.jpg

    8. John G.Hardy Chatsworth 104851 Super 120s (Australian Merino) 280g,
    2m -

    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m10a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m10c.jpg


    9. Hunt & Winterbotham 105128, 85% wool SUPER 120's + 15% silk, 3.2m (1.2 +
    2m) -


    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m9a.jpg
    http://dl10.files2get.com//allegro/m9b.jpg

    Negotiation are welcome. :)

    Thx in advance.
     
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  6. Fraussie

    Fraussie Well-Known Member

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  7. chobochobo

    chobochobo Rubber Chicken Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    @SartodiNapoli, that's a reasonable way of listing your stuff. See if you can embed the photos though, I for one, hate clicking the links.

    You should probably start a B&S thread for this, and not clutter this thread.
     


  8. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Distinguished Member

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    Thoughts on this fabric? I LOVE the swatch, but feel as though I'd have an insanely difficult time making outfits with it.
    [​IMG]
     


  9. Patrick R

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    I’m confused why that would be tough. Works great with staple gray, brown, tan pants. Blue, gray, brown solid tie. Throw in a complimentary square. It’s a bold pattern, no question, but dead simple to coordinate.
     


  10. jonathanS

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    For a sportscoat with gray flannels would be the obvious answer.
     


  11. jrd617

    jrd617 Stylish Dinosaur

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    For future reference, can we list prices for cloths here?
     


  12. aristoi bcn

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    This is a summer version of a tartan design. Not my favourite from the Caccioppoli summer jacketing bunch (which is very tasteful imo) but I don't think it would be very difficult to pair it with any shade of grey trousers.
     


  13. bry2000

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    I would pass on that cloth. Too busy. I would get sick of it after a season. Ymmv obviously. I don’t mind loud plaids for winter weight cloths, but prefer simpler patterns, solids, and near solids for the Summer.
     


  14. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Distinguished Member

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    Thanks for the input gents. Wouldn't be my #1 choice, to be sure, but it's very intriguing, especially for LA summers.
     


  15. lordsuperb

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