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post #31 of 1319
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They we're actually a cotton/metal blend I believe. It was sort of crunchy to the touch and was supposed to break in.
Disappointing. Those blends are neat on the runways and have great textures, but they're a pain to take care of and wash.
post #32 of 1319
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Images are from Mister Crew.

Those colors are divine, damn...
post #33 of 1319
A techno theme? I liked s/s09 a lot as well. Though it was risky in its own way, as they pretty much abandoned most of the work/outdoor/military influence and went for 50s kitsch
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post #35 of 1319
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Originally Posted by Ry'on View Post
They we're actually a cotton/metal blend I believe. It was sort of crunchy to the touch and was supposed to break in. A fair bit of the collection was done in the fabric, so I would expect to see it in the near future. You couldn't really even see it in some lights, but in others it would show up a fair bit.
We're the patterned shirts pictured on page 2 in this cotton/metal blend? I am really digging the green/yellow/red plaid
post #36 of 1319
Do you guys think EG will update their website before Christmas? I can't remember what time of the year they put up their SS collections in previous years. I will be visiting Japan in April, I hope it will be in time for the new collection.

That Andover on the picture with the guy wearing shorts, showing a calf tattoo, looks interesting. I wonder what that colour might be. Looks lighter than navy, but hard to tell because of the lighting.
post #37 of 1319
^ The website should be updated soon, end of Dec to early Jan. The first shipment should be out in shops by January. April is closer to the tail end of the season.
post #38 of 1319
Great, that means during my months in Japan there will be high-time for the new EG stuff and I'll get dibs on all that special stuff that's only available there.
post #39 of 1319
Nope - those plaid BDs are just 19th Century shirts in some nice plaids.

The metallic ones look like chambray kind of from farther away. They had a sort of grey/green color to them. The plaids were nice though, I ordered one for myself...



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We're the patterned shirts pictured on page 2 in this cotton/metal blend? I am really digging the green/yellow/red plaid
post #40 of 1319
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do we know if theres gonna be a release of the birdshooter in olive again?

hey!
post #41 of 1319
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Wow! Found this on page 4 and thought I'd create a quiet riot. I sneak preview sans picture.
Limited distribution on this one. Drinkwater's, Odin and Bureau will have Red Chambray Work Shirt.
I was also advised that the web site will go live after January 1 and they will start shipping SS 10 around the second week of January. I will post our pictures when their site is up.
post #42 of 1319
wow! thanks for the info drink! do you know what the pricepoint of this "red chambray" will be?
post #43 of 1319
Will you have that red chambray in XS for little ole me, Gary?
post #44 of 1319
Saw this in TresBienShop's twitter, figured this is as good a place as any to put it:

GQ's Stan Parish visits with Daiki Suzuki in his studio

Dude works hard:
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I come here very early in the morning, when no one is around. There's a good two hours with maybe one other person here. After 5:00 or 6:00 p.m., everybody leaves, so I get two or three hours that I can be here alone. I actually come here every weekend, too.



at fabrics
post #45 of 1319
lol @ abdul on the lookbook cover.
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