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clothes in the movie 'great gatsby'

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by esquire., Apr 16, 2005.

  1. lisapop

    lisapop Well-Known Member

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    Horses? [​IMG] Grayson
     
  2. tgfny

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    Oh if the knish were their only difference inpreferences. (Or maybe you could say they shared the same preferences.)
    Horses? [​IMG] Grayson
    I saw him with his interests in the village and I wouldn't call them horses. More like ponies [​IMG]
     
  3. lisapop

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    We probably should stop right there with the double entendres before it gets ugly.
    Grayson
     
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    A bit better than yesterday, all day vomiting for
    I have, and am embarassed for many of the posters.
     
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    (Dakota rube @ April 20 2005,20:35) a sorority house busboy.
    Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.
    Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
     
  6. Steve B.

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    Interesting, Marc. I've had great experiences there. And at Jay Kos as well, another place where you've had less than perfect service.
     
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    Both Peter Elliot and Jay Kos give you the "Walk of Shame" scowl if you dare leave without making a purchase. Next time, perhaps I should return with deeper pockets.
    Grayson
     
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    (tgfny @ April 21 2005,07:58)
    a sorority house busboy.
    Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.
    Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
    Yes? Yeeesssssss? C'mon, tellllllll.... YES.?
     
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    I've never had that experience, but I know Jay and Elliot.
     
  10. lisapop

    lisapop Well-Known Member

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    I'm more of a Davide Cenci guy as smallish stores go---David, who runs/owns the place, is a refined, classy guy and very down-to-Earth. A friendly, comfortable store, at least for me.
    Grayson
     
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    My dear Grayson -- how is it that you're the guy who gets treated so poorly or has so many problems? Higher standards? Do you really care what these haberdashers think? Given a few of your prev. posts, you seem to.
     
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    (Dakota rube @ April 21 2005,07:49)
    a sorority house busboy.
    Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.

    Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
    Yes? Yeeesssssss? C'mon, tellllllll.... YES.?
    Whoa dude, is that the sound of one hand typing? Not too zen...
     
  13. lisapop

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    My dear Horace -- Yes, I have high(er) standards. Am treated quite well, actually, by those with higher standards, too, and who appreciate mine: Two of the best bespoke tailors in the world, Raphael Raffaelli in NY and Joe Morgan on Savile Row. Â Rome shirtmaker extraordinaire Mimmo Siviglia, John Lobb Paris bespoke, John Lobb Paris RTW, John Lobb London bespoke, Tony Gaziano over at Edward Green bespoke, Perry Ercolino bespoke shoemaker, Crockett & Jones, JM Weston, Gabor Halmos/Vass shoes, Ron RIDER, Marinella bespoke ties, Hermes, Tanino Crisci shoes, Bergdorf Goodman, Beretta, Oxxford, Charvet ties, Robert Talbot, Davide Cenci, and others all get on great with me, too. Â No problems whatsoever with them. Â I'm in terrific company [​IMG] Grayson
     
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    My dear Grayson -- how is it that you're the guy who gets treated so poorly or has so many problems? Â Higher standards? Â Do you really care what these haberdashers think? Â Given a few of your prev. posts, you seem to.
    My dear Horace -- Yes, I have high(er) standards. Am treated quite well, actually, by those with higher standards, too, and who appreciate mine: Two of the best bespoke tailors in the world, Raphael Raffaelli in NY and Joe Morgan on Savile Row. Â Rome shirtmaker extraordinaire Mimmo Siviglia, John Lobb Paris bespoke, John Lobb Paris RTW, John Lobb London bespoke, Tony Gaziano over at Edward Green bespoke, Perry Ercolino bespoke shoemaker, Crockett & Jones, JM Weston, Marinella bespoke ties, Tanino Crisci shoes, Bergdorf Goodman, Beretta, Oxxford, Charvet ties, Robert Talbot, Davide Cenci, and others all get on great with me, too. Â No problems whatsoever with them. Â I'm in terrific company [​IMG] Grayson
    You left us out, but included Beretta?? I'm hurt [​IMG]
     
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    (lisapop @ April 21 2005,07:03) Quote Oh if the knish were their only difference inpreferences. (Or maybe you could say they shared the same preferences.)
    Horses? [​IMG] Grayson
    I saw him with his interests in the village and I wouldn't call them horses. More like ponies [​IMG][/quote] Does anybody else understand what they're talking about? They lost me here.
     
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    Read Steven Gaines' bio of Calvin.  The equine references are oblique allusions to sexual orientation and age of partners.  Now, I must crack open a bottle of beer with my teeth and watch ESPN.
    Grayson
     
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    You're not fooling anyone.















    <joke>
     
  18. lisapop

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    So Kelly is familiar with knishes after all.
    Calvin prefers hot dogs...with buns.
    Grayson
     
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    Of course we could also work in something about the "knish," which in Yiddish is also slang for a certain intimate female body part.
    So Kelly is familiar with knishes after all. Calvin prefers hot dogs...with buns. Grayson
    (slaps hand against forehead) Jon.
     
  20. esquire.

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    So, is Calvin Klein bisexual or really a homosexual who married a woman in order to appease Middle America?

    I would think in the fashion world, it would be considered better to be a homosexual than a heterosexual male.
     

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