"Joie is as relevant as Draper James a Department store filler or dude."
This sentence is too garbled to fully understand. It's missing a few commas and end punctuation. However, I think you're declaring yourself the arbiter of taste in luxury women's fashion. If so, well, then go off, dude. By all means, buy your dresses somewhere more relevant.
And what about my Amex paragraph didn't make "sebse"? Do you know what Amex Offers are? They're limited-time discounts which appear on certain varieties of Amex cards, for certain people, at certain times. Some of them are relatively universal; others are targeted--but targeted badly, since you can receive an in-store only offer at a store that has no physical presence in your city. Some examples are Joie, Sandro, Maje, Johnny Was, etc. I was targeted for these stores at a time in my life when I had no access to them. Now I live in Dallas, where many of them do have a physical presence. The Amex algorithm which determines who gets what offer is improving, but still imperfect. Thus, we cannot always assume a store like Joie is on the way in Dallas, just because it appears in Amex offers for Dallas residents.
That's what we were discussing. How about we keep the tone around here friendly and convivial, instead of knee-jerk dismissive and condescending? It's okay (and more effective) to ask for clarification when you don't understand something. lol, lol.