I hope you would standardize the prices across different parts of the world and increase inventory. This way, I don't have to end up paying twice of what stores in Europe charge for bags bought in Singapore and Japan.
Well, actually think about it the other way around, Asian buyers pay more but B and K are most likely available to purchase at all time. If they want it cheaper, there's always an option to fly to Europe (like $2-$4k for a trip), but good luck with getting B or K there.
Please stop playing with your web sites. Please bring back pictures of the scarves tied. Please bring back a web site that shows the color ways of all the scarves, early in the season.
And, to quell the insanity that forces me to camp out on your web-site until something appears that I have scoped out on the European sites...only to see it disappear if I do not immediately pounce on it...two words: back-order. If The Gap can tell me when my $15 back-ordered t-shirts will be available to send, why can't you let me buy a scarf from the new season and estimate an availability date if it isn't in stock??
And, for a company that could write volumes on color, how exactly are the decisions made when you categorize scarves by color on your web-site? I am routinely baffled and suggest a different approach to organizing stock.
A. Business won't always be like this.
B. Customer is king. Even those who just ask for Kelly's and Birkin's. They work hard for their money and want to spend it with you. You should be grateful.
C. If you have white picotin PM that doesn't meet the grade I will be happy to take it off your hands.