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post #30571 of 45094
G Trans, I what coat is that?

The idea behind the Bless Hooded Coat is so simple yet it is almost non existent. I just want a simple long overcoat with a fucking hood, how hard should that be?
post #30572 of 45094
^ Stephan Schneider merino coat from FW11. I assume it's the navy wool one with some strange lighting / contrast?
post #30573 of 45094
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

^Did you use obenhaufs LP or something else?

NOBD or Hendrix what would you use?

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post #30574 of 45094
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post


Also, I know that these will not be everyone's cup of tea, but if any of you are looking for a cheap alternative to the current Trickers x Junya patchwork brogues, Herring has a boot version for a very fair price:

the boots could be cool but what's with the fucking brogued band-aid on the front
post #30575 of 45094
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

the boots could be cool but what's with the fucking brogued band-aid on the front

It's an adhesive nametag. You remove it from the shoe, write down your name in magic marker, and stick it on your shirt. Helpful for gatherings and making business connections.
post #30576 of 45094
Couldn't resist this. Wired payment yesterday.

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Oh and this is arriving in the mail today. Fabric is pretty awesome.

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post #30577 of 45094
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

the boots could be cool but what's with the fucking brogued band-aid on the front

Not 100% sure, but it might be a detail inspired by an actual functional detail on a motorcycle boot? I completely understand any hate, but I think it's a cool perversion of the typical brogue boot. Seems like it would mesh well with a lot of Junya, CdG or Yohji
post #30578 of 45094
^it could work in that context, but it d be incredibly hard to pull off.

Similar with the sleeveless bib. I can kinda see where synth is getting at, but you will still look like the stripper at the wrong party 99% of the time.
post #30579 of 45094
Got this in a size 1 for that slim bomber look (yeah I know, bomber aren't meant to be worn slim). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #30580 of 45094
I'd love to see your closet rfx45 shog[1].gif
post #30581 of 45094
That's so much better than the other Attachment bomber we were drooling over recently. more interesting materials + fewer distracting pockets
post #30582 of 45094
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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

Couldn't resist this. Wired payment yesterday.
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Oh and this is arriving in the mail today. Fabric is pretty awesome.

 

And what did it cost if I may ask! Looks kinda one-of-a-kind-designer-exclusive-too-expensive.

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Originally Posted by Somar View Post

And what did it cost if I may ask! Looks kinda one-of-a-kind-designer-exclusive-too-expensive.
MA+ – Horse leather biker jacket with spiral zip sleeves

Price: 2660 EUR

Outside E. U.: 2303 EUR
post #30584 of 45094
Size 1? Are you really a 34?
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

Size 1? Are you really a 34?

The SA told me it being a bomber that it fits a bit looser and he gave me measurements (~39"-40" p2p, 16.5" shoulders) which is just about similar to my XS Rick Owens leathers, chest is actually pretty big since I usually wear an 36"-37". I had the option to get a size 2 but the SA recommended the size 1 since he tried on both jackets and he is a bigger person than me and would wear a size 2. It comes in a few days so I'll know by then for sure.

I was also looking for a size 44 5-zip because the 46 that I tried on is too big, a jacket that most have said to be very slim.
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