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Up for sale is a pair of unworn, and unaltered cotton gabardine trousers from Howard Yount in a size 34. The khaki colored fabric is fairly lightweight and is perfect for summer. Seams are finished at 34.5" (they came pre-hemmed from HY). Measurements: Waist: 34" Inseam: 34.5" Leg opening: 8" The shipping cost is included in the price if you're located in the U.S. If you need to have it shipped internationally please add $15 USD to the total cost.
Up for sale is an unworn NWT madras workshirt from Engineered Garments, size large. Its colorway is a mix of muted blues and yellows, and note that the shirt's colors are shown better in the second picture showing a zoomed view of the collar area. The fabric is lightweight and is perfect for summer. Measurements: Chest: 22" Shoulders: 18" Sleeves: 26.5" Shipping: Shipping costs are included in the price if you're located in the U.S. International buyers will need to...
FWK pictures out are out as well: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/2008
Larger pictures at the source: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/2009 Favorite pieces: Print fabric peacoat: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/gallery/6796/121414 Hooded sleeve cover: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/gallery/6796/121403 Shawl cape: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/gallery/6796/121419 Bomber jacket: http://www.fashion-press.net/collections/gallery/6796/121421
Most likely using the same shirt manufacturer, I forget who it is these days.I've tried on the khaki Iridescent version and it fit true to size on me.
Totokaelo's men store is now open (TotokaeloMAN) and I stopped by earlier today. They did a great job on the minimalist interior design, and it's thankfully much less cluttered compared to the women's floor upstairs. The selection is a mixed bag though, or at least for me, but MMM, Henry Vibskov, Yohji Yamamoto, Robert Geller, and Saturday NYC seemed like the stronger buys compared to the rest. For shoes they have a limited selection of Common Projects, Grenson, and...
I've visited his store in Iceland and I thought the knitwear pieces were the only interesting pieces there. The rest of the clothing was pretty lackluster in person, as well as the exotic leather accessories.He's not of Icelandic heritage actually. While it's definitely a good way to get PR, I think the odd items he comes up with are heavily influenced by the design community there in Reykjavik where you can buy some really bizarre shit.
Not possible, afaik. They'd either want to shorten the sleeves from the shoulders or recut the area around the zippers to re-position them while shortening from the cuff. Both ways are a lot of work.
Probably around $100.
The field jacket is classic EG. Reminds me of the bird shooter from SS09, which didn't really fit with the seasonal collection then either. Jack Straw got in a shipment this week. From what I remember: yellow windbreaker navy nylon bedford stripe baker jacket seersucker andover jacket navy type 5 jacket 19th c. shirts in various colors/patterns olive fatigue pants navy cotton button vest lafayette shorts in a floral print and navy/white stripes lots of ties patchwork...
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