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what jacket is this? nvm its apc
As i said they rotate stock, its not a restock, they shift allocation from web to retail and vice versa to sell stuff. They also periodically sell old releases randomly to keep demand above supply. Tldr, you will have several other chances to get shamans in the future, scope instagram before releases they usually post lists under visvim hashtag
Webstore doesnt restock- occasionally they might rotate old stock and a couple pieces may pop up but its unlikely. Webstore updates every monday at 8pm pst
Kerchiefs sold out instantly- not sure if shinoda is confused. There weren't models on the webstore (only kofu down) and those in the exhibition and at omotesando sold out day 1.
Its actually pretty common but moreso with oversized garments. They also do 101 and 103 in 0 for unisex or really small men. 0 is about as rare as 5, just not a lot made
http://www.endclothing.com/blog/visvim-celebrates-15-years-with-the-visvim-archives-exhibition/ http://www.isetanguide.com/20160406/visvim/
TBH I dont own the fw thorson, a little too warm for california, so i cannot comment. From the other nylon pieces I own like the iris, its the same but treatment is different. Another difference between this model and the fw edition is the batting in this is cotton poly (i think) whereas the fall model is wool lined which makes it 3x heavier. This will not be released in the US, it was an isetan limited drop with sizes 0 and 1 for the archives demonstration and 1-3...
WTB cocktail shirts or pajama shirts sz large
Got the new visvim thorson jacket today, definitely has a repro fit but I enjoy it. The dyeing process is "dorozome" or mud dye. Jacket is object dyed in vegetable source like bark then soaked in mud that acts as a mordant to bond the dye to the jacket. Normally synthetics like nylons are super hard to dye so the jacket only takes on part of the color. The dorozome process also reacts with the nylon to matte the fabric a ton, giving it a look similar to vintage jackets....
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