Random Fashion Questions: The new (Bell) End Clothing website


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Centurionone
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1 Aug 2017 08:35
Laughing out loud
padawan
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4049 posts since 27/6/03

1 Aug 2017 09:51
Few questionable brands but this is beyond ridic.
Peregrine
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1 Aug 2017 10:02
Dolla dolla bill y'all
carl lewis
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1 Aug 2017 15:48
Pad stores and shops gone beyond caring now, like Peregrine says it about the £. LV have already made 23 billion this year.
YLAup
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1 Aug 2017 16:13
Bring back My Wardrobe and Kiosk 78
toof_ake
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1 Aug 2017 16:32
carl lewis wrote: Pad stores and shops gone beyond caring now, like Peregrine says it about the £. LV have already made 23 billion this year.

Really doubt that. LMVH total revenue 23 billion? Theres no way Louis Vuitton has made 23 billion profit in 7 months, regardless of how many council estate mums they can persuade to spend their dole money on their bags.
diederik
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posted 1 Aug 2017 16:46, edited 1 Aug 2017 16:46
https://r.lvmh-static.com/uploads/2017/06/rapport-financier-semestriel-2017-va.pdf

2.2 billion EUR profit first six months to be precise (19 revenue)

and that's all their (70) brands - not just LV
carl lewis
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1 Aug 2017 16:55
Yeah across all brands https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/hypebeast.com/2017/7/lvmh-sales-up-2017-supreme-louis-vuitton%3famp=1
toof_ake
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2 Aug 2017 15:28
That's what I said, 23 billion revenue across the whole LMVH group is not the same as Louis 'making' 23 billion at all. They're still getting it in but they're a huge global conglomerate, so you'd kind of expect that.
Joe Bloggs
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2 Aug 2017 20:44
End opening three floors on the same block as Oi Polloi in Soho in the next six months or so…
carl lewis
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2 Aug 2017 21:31
Wonder what they actually stock as loads of brands they stock are very close by.
YLAup
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2 Aug 2017 21:41
Can't even be arsed going on the End site anymore. Trawling through all the shite is mentally and probably physically more demanding than getting off my arse and going into town. 5 pages of bloody kitsune followed by 10 pages of Norse Projects then a couple of hundred Porter bags.
Joe Bloggs
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3 Aug 2017 08:07
carl lewis wrote: Wonder what they actually stock as loads of brands they stock are very close by.

Flannels on Oxford st as well, think theres going to be loads of overlap as brands just cant say no to their biggest customers
carl lewis
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3 Aug 2017 09:29
True JB, well sale time will be good Cool
padawan
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4049 posts since 27/6/03

3 Aug 2017 10:04
END believed their own hype and have become WALMART. Far too much stock which can only be purchased online as retail space would have to be the size of a small department store ala Harvey Nic's.
TROYBOY
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517 posts since 28/2/12

3 Aug 2017 10:26
End stock Bounty Hunter so i will let them off*………




*but stocking that bieber nonsense nearly had me throwing up over my keyboard
carl lewis
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3 Aug 2017 11:12
True Pad most of that online stock isn't even stocked instore. I believe they do well international due to speed of shipping.

swiftus
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6 Aug 2017 14:09
YLAup wrote: Can't even be arsed going on the End site anymore. Trawling through all the shite is mentally and probably physically more demanding than getting off my arse and going into town. 5 pages of bloody kitsune followed by 10 pages of Norse Projects then a couple of hundred Porter bags.

Can I ask what exactly you don't like about it? Is there another example of a site you find easy to use?

I own a clothing site, and would be interested in seeing what works / doesn't work…
YLAup
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posted 6 Aug 2017 14:24, edited 6 Aug 2017 14:24
Sure, I mainly use my mobile for all internet use now, but with the end site, it's just the sheer volume of the stuff. Always tend to navigate towards the latest items on clothing websites and if they've just had a dump of 100 items of the same brand, then who's going to be bothered about trawling through them all?

Not sure whether it's a Manchester thing but I always tend to check out Oipollois site first. They seem to put a few new items up every day, and the site stands out amongst all the white background sites.

Out of the latter however, always liked Tres Bien's site as it was simple and the clothing always used to be modelled first, before clicking into it to view the stock pics, which I find better. If it looks shit on the model then I tend to swerve immediately, which I suppose it good for the buyer but shit for the seller.

Just my opinion though.
snaye
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6 Aug 2017 15:34
Agree with above. End is a such a wank site. So much shit to get through puts me off.

Never go on it. Only time i land there if searching for an item and they pop up with stock.