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post #196 of 288
no order our legacy gant rugger carhartt eu (selected picks) filson alfred sargent RW EG
post #197 of 288
EG
Alden
White's
WWM
Gitman
Epaulet
Filson
ts (s)
BoO

and....

J Crew (which I sort of hate to admit but they have some decent looking pieces at affordable prices...I can't afford to shop the above mentioned brands for everything unfortunately and J Crew lets me fill in the gaps reasonably)
post #198 of 288
It's always interesting to see the evolution of tastes. Mine have undergone fairly subtle changes, I think. 1. Wings+Horns - basics fit me very well, and the goods are durable and easy to wear 2. Martin Margiela - Really like the basics, outerwear, and accessories, though the price has gone up without any discernable improvement in quality (and sometimes, very much the opposite). The trompe d'oeil pieces really do it for me though. 3. Common Projects - after over a dozen pair, it's impossible to deny that these have become my sneakers of choice. My price resistance seems to have been corroded a fair bit. 4. MofM man of moods - great, slim fitting, outerwear - terrible exchange rate. 5. Triple Works - because I'm loving their jeans right now. 6. Stephan Schneider - jet wins, I'm a convert. I'm pretty sure it's the hoods on the outerwear and the sweaters that do it for me. 7. RRL - jeans range from good to stupendous - so do prices. 8. Engineered Garments - I haven't actually bought much from them for a couple of years now, but there is a bunch of stuff from this season that I really like. 9. Dries van Noten 10. Nicolo Ceschi Berrini - I really like the dark Americana x Italian look.
post #199 of 288
Not in any order, I like them all equally:

BoO
APC
EG
Schneider
AE
Our Legacy
J. Crew
Brooks Brothers
P. Ervell
MHL, Margaret Howell
post #200 of 288
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^I like your list raf simons jil sander dries van noten martin margiela v. branquinho bless junya comme h+ lanvin stephan schneider
^still my favs as far as what I own but if I had to update though current margiela doesn't count, raf is dead, vb is gone, comme is eh now, lanvin doesn't make top ten anymore I'd update with: ccp cabourn kimmel faliero (does this even count? I only have one piece)
post #201 of 288
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v. braquinho
cabourn
kimmel
faliero

tell us more about these brands if you like.
post #202 of 288
say wut?
post #203 of 288
In no particular order.. Jil Sander Stephan Schneider Patrik Ervell Balenciaga Common Projects Dries Van Noten n. hoolywood Robert Geller Henrik Vibskov CdG
post #204 of 288
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say wut?
as in, i don't know anything about them and if you feel like informing (/saving me the research) it would be cool to hear what they're about. Their nice pieces, construction etc.
post #205 of 288
I didn't get the if you want part, just say so. vb - tops in my book, amazing fabrics, cuts, great construction, subversive luxury but no longer in business nigel cabourn - rugged, high quality, strengths are outerwear and knits, very robust but on the daily aesthetic tip, I'd wear this over workwear and far more original kimmel - fills a unique niche, great construction and fabrics, good style not easily categorized so quite versatile, don't know why people don't pick this up more to be honest (my buddy has been trying to sell me on ak for years), can be dressy or casual, takes an inspiration every season and draws up a collection based on it faliero - just an italian textile house if i'm not mistaken, mainly just make scarves/stoles in fantastic fabrics, I have an amazing stole from atelier from last fall that is 4 diff fabrics and baller as all hell $$$ (thanks ghulkhan)
post #206 of 288
Cabourn sounds like some shit I can get into.
post #207 of 288
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
kimmel - fills a unique niche, great construction and fabrics, good style not easily categorized so quite versatile, don't know why people don't pick this up more to be honest (my buddy has been trying to sell me on ak for years), can be dressy or casual, takes an inspiration every season and draws up a collection based on it

jet, I thought you used to hate on Kimmel. Did this season change your mind?
post #208 of 288
I've never hated on kimmel, in fact I used to pimp him on here like a year ago.
post #209 of 288
jet, where's the cabourn gear online? Okini and Tres has like 9 pieces.
post #210 of 288
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jet, where's the cabourn gear online? Okini and Tres has like 9 pieces.

zissou is the man you should be asking about Cabourn. He's been obsessed for a while. There is a fair bit of Cabourn on a bunch of UK sites (check my pinned list) and on the Opening Ceremony site.
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