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I personally prefer Miss Sixty and Killah from those. Energie might have some good stuff for guys occasionally but lately they really started to make some baggy jeans which isnt too hot.

I hope moving the production to China doesnt mean worse quality.....

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i remember they once ent me an email from the HR offices wanted a team of new designers and wanted some samples. foolish me...i deleted the email accidentally

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designer is a sicilian - living in germany

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The prices will go down soon, as they are building a mill in China and the plan is to move production out there....
I doubt prices will go down, they will just make a bigger profit.

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I believe misssixty(Etc) created a creative design team/ base working in Copenhagen. As well they hired people who used to work for Diesel.

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in norway, where I come from, miss sixty jeans are popular mostly amoung girls aged 13-15. I don`t know why - the fit is great - but older girls choose other jeans labels, such as fornarina.

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in norway, where I come from, miss sixty jeans are popular mostly amoung girls aged 13-15. I don`t know why - the fit is great - but older girls choose other jeans labels, such as fornarina.
In Finland also, that's why I'm not so keen on them...

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In Finland also, that's why I'm not so keen on them...
Yeah its the younger kids who wear the generic bland looking miss sixty with flares etc.

I wear miss sixty but i buy it directly from the actual store and i get more mature and standing out jeans. for example i have never seen teens wearing the tapered pants (drainpipes) which i wear from miss sixty. they fit so good.

plus the kids can only afford the 70 e ones.. whereas my cheapest missys cost over 100 and the most expensive missys cost over 200 e... there is the difference...

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in norway, where I come from, miss sixty jeans are popular mostly amoung girls aged 13-15. I don`t know why - the fit is great - but older girls choose other jeans labels, such as fornarina.
maybe cause fornarina jeans start from 100e and up... could it be???

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well, I just bought a pair for about euro 50,- here in norway, on a summer sale. they are really basic, model flirt, ëxcellent for autumn.

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well, I just bought a pair for about euro 50,- here in norway, on a summer sale. they are really basic, model flirt, ëxcellent for autumn.
if they look good, fine. i prefer the more outrageous and detailed miss sixtys. especially the tapered ones.

last year after an excellent final sale i got a pair of tapered (skinny drainpipes) dark blue jeans from the us miss sixty store for 20 dollars. now thats what i call a sale!!! they are still in and hot.

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well, I go for the basic styles, cause I just wear them occationally. I work in a rather conservative environment....

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well, I go for the basic styles, cause I just wear them occationally. I work in a rather conservative environment....
Ah ok.. I understand.. I love the fit of any miss sixty..

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