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post #91 of 140
Will NDG in NY ship stuff out? Also, no stockists have the marine at all right now?
post #92 of 140
i think they used to ship, but since they've reached out to other stockists, i don't know if they do now. i think fred segal had one, but it was size xl. stels doesn't have it in stock.
post #93 of 140
shite, neither does blackbird. I might just call NDG and see if they will still ship. I think Nomad in Canada has some new stock, but unsure if they ship. I tried to email but havent got a response back yet.
post #94 of 140
i think nomad does ship.
post #95 of 140
Nice, maybe I'll call them tomorrow to find out.
post #96 of 140
let me know what you find out! i'm still looking for it.
post #97 of 140
Word. Marine sweater in medium right. If they have it, I'll hit this thread up asap. Hopefully they'll ship. Want me to let you know if NDG ships out too?
post #98 of 140
If you can't find the nautical sweater from NdG, you could always buy it from Saint James. It's who they're ripping off, anyway. No grey, though.

http://saintjamesboutique.com/index....7ddbe626a2b2e2
post #99 of 140
Thread Starter 
keep in mind that the marine sweater is a sweatshirt. it's not wool or anything, but made of the same material as their sweatshirt is
post #100 of 140
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Originally Posted by JET
gg fix your damn im

ps. I'm kinda over ndg

I see NDG as a label that presents a safe edit of seasonnal trends to relatively discerning customers at relatively low prices for high end design. There's nothing wrong with it and some of their products look quite good, that being said I don't own any and don't intend to, as this approach does not move me in the least and lack, for need of a better word, sincerity.
post #101 of 140
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Originally Posted by Fuuma
relatively low prices

post #102 of 140
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag

The complete sentence is: "relatively low prices for high end design"

Their hoodies/tees prices are crazy but their coats are pretty reasonnable if you compare them with say, another NYC favorite like Cloak.
post #103 of 140
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag
"relatively low prices for high end design"

post #104 of 140
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuuma
I see NDG as a label that presents a safe edit of seasonnal trends to relatively discerning customers at relatively low prices for high end design. There's nothing wrong with it and some of their products look quite good, that being said I don't own any and don't intend to, as this approach does not move me in the least and lack, for need of a better word, sincerity.


hey, that reminds me of engineered garments.....
post #105 of 140
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Originally Posted by Fuuma
The complete sentence is: "relatively low prices for high end design" Their hoodies/tees prices are crazy but their coats are pretty reasonnable if you compare them with say, another NYC favorite like Cloak.
Yeah, I saw that. I still stand by my smiley guy. While you describe NDG as high-end design, you seem to think they're a little too conventional to justify that description or their prices; I would agree on both counts. Edit: "Bland" was unfair.
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