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RRL vest any day the Ironheart is very boxy looking in person.....and RRL has much better details see the fit pics on their blog to see what I mean: http://www.ironheart.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=3396.0 In addition, the current generation of Wabash doesn't fade very easily, so it will look stiff and new for years before you get any real indigo development (I'm talking from experience with my pants made of the same fabric and washed a lot more than I would ever wear/...
if anybody purchased an RRL Leadfield vest two years ago ( in size L) and no longer wants it or finds themselves not using it, I'd be interested in taking it off your hands... assuming it's in good condition
fyi.... Associate Designer, RRL Company: Polo Ralph Lauren Location: New York City, NY Date Posted: April, 29 2014 Source: Job.com Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE: RL) is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For more than 44 years, Ralph Lauren's reputation and distinctive image have been consistently developed across an expanding number of products, brands and...
RRL new Hong Kong store
The Yelp reviews for Al's are a bit of a running joke for those of us locally who know *how* to use him. Like any tailor, some have skills in one area and might not be so good in others. I use him for workwear, jackets, vests, and accessories. If you are detailed oriented with him and can provide pictures of what you want, he will bend over backwards to get it right and his prices for bespoke are very, very reasonable, esp if you provide the fabric.re: Levi's LVC and boots...
RRL_Clothing, you don't need to "find another brand" you only need to find a tailor who understands vintage, then the world opens up to any possibility do you really like the 1995 vintage RRL western items? Too bad, they won't make them again, but my guy can copy them as long as I can find the fabrics and do the distressing myself (he does metal distressing and leather distressing, though very well) you can have just about any previous item you want.... re-made whenever...
^ it has nothing to do with Al's.... it's the bespoke process applied to Streetwear & Denim what in God's name do you think the design department at RRL does all day???? if you've been buying RRL for years at some point your taste evolves and they run out of iterations for the same themes, so an intelligent person supplements what you get from them that's the point
I find 25% very appealing (and new) each season.... of the rest, 40% repeats of the same theme whether it's the ICON stuff or 100th iteration of workwear - it's all still nice, but if you've been buying RRL for years there is no need to add an additional piece that's as expensive as they are with only marginally different details. Wearing in the pieces you already have is a better strategy because they all look better worn-in anyway.Of the rest, 25% is very, very...
^LA Guy, have you ever tried to contact RRL for an interview?
for those of you who want close-up pictures of RRL pieces, there are several Japanese retailers that post their own pictures taken from several angles so you can see the details front and back nice to see the Limited Edition stuff, too worth bookmarking: http://www.rad-nyc.com/ http://www.rhythm-fuk.com/shopping/rrl.html http://foober.ocnk.net/index.php/product-list/5?page=5
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