I bought a FCUK shirt in Bangkok over the New Year holiday, brought it back to Singapore, had my maid rinsed and dried it, and, sadly, discovered that the colour had run !!!
It was unbelievable! It was also the first time that I had a shirt ruined because of a colour run. And to think that FCUK is a well-known brand.
I hope the Brits will not say it's the French fault. After all, FCUK stands for French Connection United Kingdom, and not a mis-spelling of THAT infamous four-letter word.
What should I do with the shirt that is now hanging forlornly in the cupboard? I called a FCUK retailer here, hoping it could offer some help to have the wretched shirt exchanged.
No such luck. It will only do so for products purchased here and has nothing to do whatsoever with the Bangkok retailer which, incidentally, is in Central Chidlom, a large shopping mall.
As a last resort, I googled and got to both the French Connection head office in London and the one in Bangkok where I made my complaint.
With fingers crossed, I await their response.