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post #46 of 217
it looks like it wont work from the pics of just the clothes, but the fit pics are great.

this is incredible
post #47 of 217
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This is possibly the worst piece I've ever seen from a D Suzuki line. Does nobody else feel the same?
I believe this is part of John Rich and Bros and not WWM. A lot of the early press images got mixed up by everyone because both were shown in the same booth area at Pitti. It's pretty bad either way though.
post #48 of 217
Is John Rich supposed to be more minimalist than WWM? I get a little bit of that sense from looking at their respective sites... FWIW, I also just looked at John Rich's kids collection, hoping to find some cool workwear steeze for my little brother. Shit looks like the Gap.
post #49 of 217
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FWIW, I also just looked at John Rich's kids collection, hoping to find some cool workwear steeze for my little brother. Shit looks like the Gap.
There was a cool section in a recent Free & Easy issue about americana/workwear styled stuff for kids. Was freakin adorable.
post #50 of 217
WWM Marina line woo hoo. Where's the flippy floppies.
post #51 of 217


Anyone know what this piece will be at RRP? Ball park figure. I think it's great!
post #52 of 217
I think this looks great. Maybe different shoes though...

post #53 of 217
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So glad I got last years navy upland jacket, the new one with snaps looks alot worse.

I strongly dissagree, I actually have found the snaps come in very handy, keeps the jackets shape better when you got stuff in them poacher pockets you know, also they're hardly noticelable in the darker colors.

btw-that new navy one is a must have imo.
post #54 of 217
I've got a friend who's a Woolrich and is fairly involved in the company. According to him, WWM and John Rich just lease the Woolrich name and then do whatever they want, but they are entirely separate companies. And my understanding is that WWM (based in Italy) is more fashion oriented, and plans to hire a new head designer every couple of years to produce collections. John Rich, on the other hand, is just some tend-capitalizing conglomerate with a "design team" and no head designer- all their shit is produced in Asia, whereas WWM is produced in the US or Italy, depending on season/designer. Other than leasing a name and logos from Woolrich, the two companies have nothing in common.
post #55 of 217
the upland looks VERY short
post #56 of 217


Really digging the one on the left.
post #57 of 217
Agreed, that one looks great.
post #58 of 217
awful. all of it. as usual. this line is only good for beanies. maybe a vest or two.
post #59 of 217
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awful. all of it. as usual. this line is only good for beanies. maybe a vest or two.

I love most of it, the nautical prints are a novelty to be sure, but still interesting nevertheless and better, IMO, than Rogues Gallery which uses a similar shtick. Otherwise, I'm guessing you're only good for a vest or two. Daiki is the man!
post #60 of 217
Pics up on Oi Polloi Flickr.
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