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Styleforum Top Pickspost #2477 of 57941/25/13 at 12:22amQuote:Originally Posted by NickJohannessen
Need some help here from those of you that have Mallory or Cameraman jackets (to start with, we may expand the project later on):
Could you measure the pit to pit and underarm measurements, along with the marked size of the jacket and season (if known) and PM me?
The reason for asking is a discussion I'm having with ^^ (Mr B) about sizing and Cabourns apparently random approach to it. We've measured 5 of our own Mallorys so far and the results are these:
Navy 52 AW10 57/44 (22.5, 17.3)
Army stripes 50 AW10 57/44 (22.5, 17.3)
Crazy 52 AW12 58.5/45.5 (23, 18)
Brown 52 AW12 57 (22.5)
Green 52 AW12. 57 (22.5)
Sizing is pit to pit and underarm length, in centimetres (and inches)
Would like to get some more data on this, and also for the Cameraman. From the above it looks like two of the five jackets have the wrong size marked! Getting proper measurements documented would be a good help in identifying sizing (given that so far marked sizing has a 40% chance of being wrong...)
Come one, guys, don't be shy... Zero response so far. Help build up a knowledgebase of Cabourn sizing today!post #2478 of 57941/25/13 at 11:26ampost #2479 of 57941/25/13 at 11:34amQuote:Originally Posted by NickJohannessen
Drew from Nigel Cabourn just tweeted about H&M ripping off their Cameraman:
Quite the replica, though what you actually get for 50 pounds is unknown... 100% cotton, the added benefit of a zip.
I realise I am very late with a response but can cabourn really complain about people "ripping off" his designs? I recently purchased the vintage showroom book on sale and tere is a vintage military parka in there that is obviously the "inspiration" however to my eyes it looks like a direct copy. If this is indeed the case can Nigel really complain about others doing it as well?post #2480 of 57941/25/13 at 1:33pmQuote:Originally Posted by Kuznetsov
I realise I am very late with a response but can cabourn really complain about people "ripping off" his designs? I recently purchased the vintage showroom book on sale and tere is a vintage military parka in there that is obviously the "inspiration" however to my eyes it looks like a direct copy. If this is indeed the case can Nigel really complain about others doing it as well?
To be fair Nigel isn't complaining. Only a couple of fans on this thread are pointing it out. That being said companies like H&M or Penfield don't care a bit about heritage or authenticity they're just copying the popular designs of the day.post #2481 of 57941/25/13 at 2:16pmQuote:
I disagree to a certain extent and my first post is perhaps poorly worded in what I was trying to convey. Maybe Nigel himself is not complaining about it but one of his employees has tweeted a picture of the H&M copy of his copy which to me does seem to indicate at least an annoyance of this practice with regards to this.
Where I do not disagree is that companies like H&M do not care for the heritage of the garments but that is not what these companies are for. They make fast fashion that will last one or two years at most and that is their target market not for people on style forum. As an owner of a cameraman I wish that this was not the case as I do not want my coat being mistaken for a cheap piece of rubbish from H&M but I do realise this is the nature of the beast.post #2482 of 57941/25/13 at 2:30pm
For all Nigel Cabourn lovers, this is a must read magazine.
It's in German, but the style is magnificant.
Classic, traditional and the highest quality available!
But be aware, it's shockingly inspiring, it might change your whole wardrobe!
It made me run to my cellar and dig up real old stuff and started to wear all over again!post #2483 of 57941/25/13 at 5:28pmpost #2484 of 57941/26/13 at 12:57am
Hi all i am a newbie of NC. I got a AW12 Crazy Mallory jacket in 48, anyone here have the same Mallory in 46 and want to size up? (I know the chance is very slim).
As a short Chinese guy(5"7), my Mallory is a little bit big for me. However the jacket is soooooo beautiful, the colour and texture of tweed are so rich that i don't want to let it go.
To me it's a piece of craft.post #2485 of 57941/27/13 at 9:29ampost #2486 of 57941/27/13 at 10:01amWas back home in Edinburgh this weekend and picked up a white oxford from Corniche. I have to say that this is definitely the best oxford I have ever owned. The fabric is ridiculous, so awesome, and I love the collar too. Can't recommend it enough at sale prices. Might try and grab another colour.
Almost bought a crazy Mallory too but managed to restrain myself.
Also, if the guy in NYC who just bought the Thomas Crean Sleeping Bag jacket from Corniche is a member of the forum, it would be amazing to see some pics of it in the wild when you get it.post #2487 of 57941/27/13 at 11:07amQuote:Originally Posted by Jagger_On
Was back home in Edinburgh this weekend and picked up a white oxford from Corniche. I have to say that this is definitely the best oxford I have ever owned. The fabric is ridiculous, so awesome, and I love the collar too. Can't recommend it enough at sale prices. Might try and grab another colour.
Almost bought a crazy Mallory too but managed to restrain myself.
Also, if the guy in NYC who just bought the Thomas Crean Sleeping Bag jacket from Corniche is a member of the forum, it would be amazing to see some pics of it in the wild when you get it.
How's the fit on those oxfords? I've been eying them after getting my Mallory, but I've never handled one in person.post #2488 of 57941/27/13 at 11:50amQuote:
Fit is good. A wee bit slimmer than stuff like Gitman Vintage but not excessively so. Go true to size. I got a 52 which I think is equivalent to a L and is the same size all my other Cabourn stuff is in.
It's definitely the fabric that makes these oxfords. It's really thick and feels amazing.post #2489 of 57941/27/13 at 12:16pmpost #2490 of 57941/27/13 at 3:12pmQuote:
Superdenim has a few from £160 as well including a really nice red tattersall one.
Corniche was the only place I knew that had the white one left (although for some reason the white ones aren't on their website) plus Ian and Nina are awesome people.
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