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For what its worth, they also have a down coat in the same fabric iirc for only 30 more bucks (excl tax) which is probably more versatile. JPY is also pretty low with exchange rate so all in its not horrendous for Visvim. I think this is expensive because of the hardware (heavy duty military style riri) and the lining which is custom mohair/wool blend. It's not particularly soft, but when you combine these one-off fabrics, custom treatments (heavily washed high density...
Yup, went tts and think I made the right choice. Its very blousy but arms are short, just like a liner should be. Materials and cutting are superb, as per usual.
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laces, leather lining, welt size and last shape, and especially the sole. Look on taobao and type virgil crepe, then look for official images and you can see they differ slightly. Real: Layered crepe, hand painted leather, nice details: http://world.taobao.com/item/520307915459.htm?spm=a312a.7700714.0.0.KyP7OS#detail Fake: Single crepe, not painted leather, shitty last shape, no detailing: http://world.taobao.com/item/45657795165.htm?spm=a312a.7700714.0.0.KyP7OS
pretty sure those are the faked model (the crepe in particular had lots of them)
They'll stay online if they follow the same pattern as existing releases. Eventually they will disappear even if stock is not out and be re-allocated to brick and mortar.
He lived in Alaska for several years during his childhood and apprenticed under local artisans, many who were native american. He also has been trading and buying native american vintage finds since he was a teenager....
There are three different models this season:brushed flannel: around $800 usdnatural dye blanket: $1800 usdthe above cochineal + indigo: I think its like $4,000 or something absurd
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