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post #68206 of 98862
Looks like neither of my trusted tailors will touch the unionmade Harris Tweed CDW jacket due to it all being quilted together (down is in between the HT outer and the nylon inner lining). Looks like it is going back! frown.gif
post #68207 of 98862
^ frown.gif



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In black and gray.
post #68208 of 98862
That jacket looks more ma-1 inspired than something I'd actually call an ma-1. Description sounds like it too.
post #68209 of 98862
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Looks like neither of my trusted tailors will touch the unionmade Harris Tweed CDW jacket due to it all being quilted together (down is in between the HT outer and the nylon inner lining). Looks like it is going back! frown.gif

What were you trying to have done?
post #68210 of 98862
Alexander Wang a Balenciaga? Isn't Tisci at Givenchy enough to fill the overhyped-hack-at-a-fabled-French-house quota?
post #68211 of 98862
yea, that's a dumb move. probably just produce a bunch of pieces with zippers that don't have a purpose.
post #68212 of 98862
Tisci was named GQ designer of the year (0). His pre-Fall 2013 features doberman prints instead of rottweilers (0).
post #68213 of 98862
With that kind of innovative thinking who can blame GQ?
post #68214 of 98862
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Originally Posted by DesignerValet View Post

Alexander Wang at Balenciaga?

Article is HERE.

Quote:
A designer in the sleek-and-modern fashion mold of Ghesquière, but with a streetwise edge and a tinge of Goth, Wang has become one the brightest stars of the American fashion scene with his groovy T-shirts, studded handbags and high-impact fashion shows.

Ugh...
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The choice of Wang suggests Balenciaga might wish to dial down the elitist, couture-like approach of Ghesquière, and open up to a broader audience with a designer prized for his sportswear approach and youthful energy.

T by Balenciaga?
post #68215 of 98862
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

What were you trying to have done?
Just have it taken in on the sides. It fits great everywhere else, but is much too wide in the body. I'm having the crazy thought of doing it myself. I've done it before with quilted (not down) shirts.
post #68216 of 98862
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Just have it taken in on the sides. It fits great everywhere else, but is much too wide in the body. I'm having the crazy thought of doing it myself. I've done it before with quilted (not down) shirts.

Ah... well, I would think that if anyone could do it, you could. It's a fantastic piece of clothing - I handled it in-store and strongly considered buying it. satisfied.gif
post #68217 of 98862
I cannot wait for Dior Homme by Michael Kors.
post #68218 of 98862

I like girls that carry wang bags inlove.gif

 

but I don't want him at balenciaga..

post #68219 of 98862
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

I like girls that like wang

ftfy
post #68220 of 98862
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Ah... well, I would think that if anyone could do it, you could. It's a fantastic piece of clothing - I handled it in-store and strongly considered buying it. satisfied.gif
Yeah, shit. I think I will go for it. I'm pretty sure half the reason they didn't want to tackle it is because they didn't want feathers floating around their shops.

The nice thing is, the down is in little square compartments, so I would just have to pull the feathers out of the squares along the side seam, and then re-stuff them as I stitched it back up.
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