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post #31 of 224
Glad I was able to find last years anorak in my size, not feeling the new design.

I like that the jacket fabrics seem to be lighter weight than some past s/s seasons.
post #32 of 224
That anorak last year was almost impossible to find. I wonder why more shops didn't pick it up.
post #33 of 224
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Originally Posted by MiniW View Post
while I love Daiki's work, I'm most WWM fans at this point already have some version of the upland jacket, upland shirt, a parka, and ranger pants/shorts. It would be nice to see different stuff made with the quality woolrich fabrics (especially the red herringbone wool)

WWM is much more than those pieces though. I think this past FW season was amazing and some fantastic new fabrics were used. IMO the collection was pretty poorly represented in U.S. stores... lots of very boring buys and some fantastic pieces missing or severely underbought.

I'm not very interested in what McNairy's done so far... It's by and large been good executions of obvious concepts and previously under represented designs. He seems all too conscious of trends and very much interested in being a part of the curve as opposed to ahead of or outside of it. I hope his interest in being a part of WWM is more than just name recognition and accounts.
post #34 of 224
End's Flickr album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/endclot...th/5323534074/ Not a big selection but some different items there.

I know the changes are minimal but I really like how the Upland shirts look this time round, flatter pocket and plain colours on offer. Also warming to the Upland jacket now.

I'm thinking about dyeing my S/S10 Upland jacket a darker shade of navy with Dylon machine dye. The original colour faded since I had to machine wash it (don't ask) and then left it next to a window over a weekend. Wasn't all that keen on the original shade anyway. Good idea or bad idea?
post #35 of 224
I love that sweet anorak jacket at the very beginning.
post #36 of 224
These are great:















post #37 of 224
the new lookbook is up on the site.

so interesting pieces i suppose ...

http://www.woolrichwoolenmillsproduction.com/
post #38 of 224
s/s 2011 is growing on me, the pingora hat, upland and Yosemite jackets in burberry, labrador parka, the anorak shirt in chambray. I'll take one of each please.
post #39 of 224
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Originally Posted by Ritchee View Post
s/s 2011 is growing on me, the pingora hat, upland and Yosemite jackets in burberry, labrador parka, the anorak shirt in chambray. I'll take one of each please.

the trail parka is my favorite piece. i hope context ordered it.
post #40 of 224
Context selection is up: http://www.contextclothing.com/brand...h+Woolen+Mills
post #41 of 224
Anywhere in the states carrying the Shiprock parka in khaki?
post #42 of 224
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Originally Posted by rookieleague View Post
the cargo pants are awesome. i wasent especially impressed by this summer collection but it is growing on me.
post #43 of 224
i know i can google this but mcnairy starts with s/s11 or f/w11?
post #44 of 224
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
i know i can google this but mcnairy starts with s/s11 or f/w11?

i think its this coming fall, 2011.
post #45 of 224
definately this fall.
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