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This is a Belstaff Circuitmaster jacket in petrol blue (or "Regency Blue") goat leather. The leather is very soft and has a distinctive, textured grain to it. The weight makes it appropriate for Spring/Fall weather. The color is subtle, and looks black under certain types of lighting. The jacket was made in Italy, and the quality is terrific. The condition is perfect, with no visible wear. Please let me know if you have any questions. P to P: 22 Length:...
This is a Levis Vintage Collection 1967 type II trucker jacket in tan suede. Made in Italy, marked size L. Great slim, tapered fit. It has some signs of wear, which you can see in the pictures - mostly dirt or smudges along the collar and sleeves and front, and then indigo stains along the inner bottom hem. Nothing that really stands out, and a jacket like this looks better with some wear on it. P to P 21.25 Length 26 Sleeves 25.5 Shoulders 18 $115 + $15 shipping in...
Golran carpet. Vintage persian carpets patchworked together and overdyed.
Red: a bottle of 2012 Domaine Gramenon la Sagesse - incredible biodynamic grenache cote du rhone, complex nose, and weirdly energetic/peppy for such a deep and rich wine.White: multiple bottles of Francois Villard De Poncins Condrieu 2010 drunk with dinners of take-out lobster and french fries from the Lobster Pool in Gloucester.
My bottle was DOA. I drank a few bottles of the Clos de l'Echo last year that were terrific.
I see so much good stuff in FW15 - reversible shearlings, velour dart sweats, cordovan engineer boots. That rebuilt brown duck patchwork arrow jacket, though - its as if it was conceptually patchworked out of fragments of things I've liked about clothing from across the last ten years.
Being trapped inside by the Boston snow made it feel like a good day to bust out the fur piping track jacket and pants combo. Now I just need a squash blossom necklace to make the hippie-gangster connection complete.
That might be the price for a suit ordered during a visit to Japan.If you're visiting in Paris that range is definitely high.
Yesterday I got a bit of a grail find for me - the dark brown shearling coat here: Picked it up from Nepenthes NY. I've been thinking about the thing since I first saw it two years ago (it's from Fall 2012) but figured I'd missed my shot at it - so psyched.
The straight vertical lines of the scales on the ankle makes it seem like he could almost do a gusset sided chelsea boot - with the elastic running in between the scales. That's not the plan is it, as far as you know? How ridiculously awesome would that be?
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