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WOMAN'S WASHED NAPA LEATHER JACKETS FROM GIMO'S OF ITALYI

R E L E A S E your inner biker…

WASHED NAPA LEATHER JACKETS FROM GIMO’S OF ITALYI
N RUBY. EMERALD AND THE ORIGINAL CHARCOAL-COMFORTABLY SHAPED-HIP LENGTH
WITH COLOR-TRIM ZIPS. INCREDIBLY SOFT AND LIGHTWEIGHT. SEX APPEAL WITH ATTITUDE.

The Future of The Blazer

From Gimo’s, Italian masters of leather and shearling – this “hybrid” jacket
Light enough for indoor wear, styled as an outerwear piece. Flexible, versatile, practical.
Available in Graphite-Brown (shown here) and Indigo-Navy $1650.
Copper/wine cotton flannel plaid sportshirt from...
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Wardrobe Extravaganza Starts Saturday

EXTRAORDINARY SAVINGS ON MADE-TO-MEASURE SHIRTS, SUITS, SPORT JACKETS AND TROUSER

Since 2004, bundling custom-made orders together we have offered “wardrobe packages”
extraordinary savings on made-to-measure shirts, suits, sport jackets and trousers.

By special arrangement with the tailors who produce our most-popular PROFESSIONAL SET,
we will be able to offer a further $500 discount on this...
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How to say Coats in Italian

MAX MARA WEEKEND

 

A modern interpretation of the herringbone tweed topper:
lightweight and flexible, richly colored, at once practical and stylish.
From Max Mara.
For over 60 years, how to say coats in Italian.

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Borrowed from the boys...

Borrowed From The Boyz… and 100% girl!

  • Cambio Light Wash Jeans
  • Paperwhite Cotton Shirt
  • Strenesse Bib-front, Open Bottom Sweater and
  • Chalk Stripe Thigh Length Double Breasted Blazer
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Gant and The Button Down Oxford- A History

 

 

 

 

 

 

  In Fall 2014 the Gant collection is the centerpiece of our sportswear offering, and the Swedish-owned company produces the kind of modern-fit, easy, natural styling that our customers love. But the heritage of the name goes way back, and like so many things in our industry, is intertwined with...
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Clothing In Camelot

   My family had some connections with Joe Kennedy and his sons from early on. My mother’s father, Tom Carens, was the Washington correspondent for the Boston Herald in the Roosevelt years and ultimately returned to Boston as one of the honored sons of Erin, Vice-President of The Boston Edison...
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Jeans in Suburbia -- A Personal History

White Levi’s to 5-pocket Chinos

 I bought my first pair of blue jeans at the Hill School campus store. They were white. Off-white, really. The company called them “White Levi’s.” It was printed right on the tag, though they really were a beige color. Southern kids called them Wheat Jeans. I...
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