Wednesday, December 05, 2007

The End is Nigh

As if the booming music alone wasn’t enough to convince you that Abercrombie & Fitch is now essentially a nightclub, the Fifth Avenue branch has installed a velvet rope and a bouncer. But do they have bottle service?


Truesportsfans General said...

So we need to make a little less boring and I was wondering if you’d be interested, in theory and if your commitments allow, in heading out to phoenix and to do a blog rant on the FBR Open. It’s supposed to be the sorority and fraternity alcohol impaired Olympics.


Then let’s chat further.

Tommy Dee

hello darling (formerly hello sunshine!) said...

So this is the first time I've commented on your blog (I've been lurking for a week or so. Hi!) - all I can say is, seriously? I'm assuming they're tourists because I would think that most New Yorkers (myself included) would avoid Fifth Avenue like the plague around the holidays. But wait! Isn't Abercrombie in like, every mall in the country now? So why the line? Stabby.

Noelle Hancock said...

I know, right?! And why are tourists shopping at Abercrombie anyway? Isn't that like going to McDonald's in Paris?

Mike said...

Oy! This is even worse than when I ran headlong into that crowd of women waiting in line to have their picture taken in front of SJP's apartment from Sex And The City! At least that's something you can't do that in Duluth.

FueledByHate said...

Are those people standing in line because they REALLY want to go to Abercrombie, or did they just see a line, and jump in it?

FueledByhate said...

But Mike,
do they have a kickass steam engine festival in NYC? I think not!