Gentlemen, I have an interesting philosophy of fashion/semantics question for the members of the board. What do you mean when you say a piece of clothing is a "quality" piece of clothing? It seems that a lot of people mean that a quality piece of clothing will last you many years. Following that reasoning, if an Old Navy polo shirt lasts me 5 years or longer, would it be considered "quality?" (I don't think anybody on this forum considers Old Navy reasonable quality besides myself basically due to the fact that it fits my pathetic photojournalist budget) What if I buy a Versace or Zegna shirt and the seams come apart after the fifth time I wear it? Is that "bad quality" or did I just happen to get a bad shirt? (Note: Any specific brand that is mentioned is used as an example and can be swapped out for its equal in another designer's line. I have to say that because if not somebody will always come along and say "Versace sucks anyway and you never should have bought it." You all understand). It seems that a lot of people think that so called "poor quality" items will fall apart, and as someone who has owned large quantities of what could generally be called cheap to middle line clothing, I have never had anything "fall apart" on me. Things will show noticeable signs of wear after 200 plus washings, but that seems perfectly normal to me. I could be wrong. In other words, what do you all believe are the requirements for something to be of good "quality," can those requirements change or be modified, and how price/brand specific do you feel they are?