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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Obedient Sons (problems with fulfillment though)
Troglodyte Homunculus by Groupe 16sur20
Engineered Garments
Rag & Bone
Baltazar
Yoko Devereaux
Opening Ceremony (not my cuppa tea, though)
Band of Outsiders (getting ridiculously expensive, though.)
Oliver Helden (good range, gret pricepoint)
W+H and Wings & Horns from CYC. (Canadian, but whatever.)

The brands I rep, of course, and I think that Michael J. Krell's line for S/S 2007 is showing some real maturity. I can send you a look book if you are interested.

Wow, the list I was going to post looks almost exactly like this. So yeah, um...from this list I'd definitely recommend Troglodyte Homunculus, EG, Rag & Bone, Opening Ceremony, Band of Outsiders and W&H + Spruce. I'd also add Seize sur Vingt's other diffusion lines such as 16sur20 and United Boroughs of New York for some nice active-wear type pieces (their soccer jerseys in honor of the World Cup are pretty cool). There are lots of niche labels that are making really, really interesting stuff though such as Brooks Salzwedel's "Shane" belt buckles and Common Projects sneakers. I could go on forever...
post #17 of 19
zI like the Shane belt buckles, but fail to see why Common Projects is so great. Yes, the leather is terrific, the styles classic, etc... but for the money, I would rather have a nice shirt or piece of outerwear on sale!

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Wow, the list I was going to post looks almost exactly like this. So yeah, um...from this list I'd definitely recommend Troglodyte Homunculus, EG, Rag & Bone, Opening Ceremony, Band of Outsiders and W&H + Spruce. I'd also add Seize sur Vingt's other diffusion lines such as 16sur20 and United Boroughs of New York for some nice active-wear type pieces (their soccer jerseys in honor of the World Cup are pretty cool). There are lots of niche labels that are making really, really interesting stuff though such as Brooks Salzwedel's "Shane" belt buckles and Common Projects sneakers. I could go on forever...
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
zI like the Shane belt buckles, but fail to see why Common Projects is so great. Yes, the leather is terrific, the styles classic, etc... but for the money, I would rather have a nice shirt or piece of outerwear on sale!

Yeah, I can totally see that, however I just think they're nice enough to warrant the price when you compare it to some of the upper-end Puma lines (my Jil for Pumas were awesome shoes, but the craftmanship was pretty shoddy) and the Y-3 stuff, while I love pretty much the entire line, isn't that spectacular when you consider the price. I guess different strokes for different folks? I think Shane's buckles are rip-off also at $200 (I'm lucky to have gotten three at his cost due to us having a mutual friend), but I'd probably still pay that much.
post #19 of 19
I didn't know opening ceremony had their own collection. I just thought they were a store.
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