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Topman inspired by Ervell?

 

 

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post #302 of 2324
"Inspired by" is a very polite way to put it
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

If it was 'good' it didn't sell well, all I saw for like 12 months on B&S / Gilt / eBay was those shitful rust prints

Well I'm sure the recent collections have been selling like hotcakes but as collections it still shit.

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Originally Posted by MS007 View Post

I have the feeling that FW12 is missing inspiration as well. Maybe he is overstrained doing his woman line. On the other hand, I almost always had that feeling looking at Ervell first and then it somehow grows on me. Thinking of it, there will be some nice pieces this FW.

Everthing after Fall 10 feels uninspired and incohesive, there's still the occasional interesting item but taken as a whole it's just a bunch of gimmicky shit and lazy rehashes as raz said.
post #304 of 2324
I still want the copper and rust shirts.
post #305 of 2324
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

"Inspired by" is a very polite way to put it

Haha, I think 'straight copy' is a better way of putting it. Still, I wouldn't have expected Topman to look towards Ervell as a designer to copy.

post #306 of 2324

Does anyone know how is the fit is like for the patrik evrell jacket/blazer? am a slim 36, was wondering if the 36 would fit..

 

cannot find any measurements but someone on the tread mentioned the cut runs pretty small.

post #307 of 2324
The official website has measurements listed for everything...
post #308 of 2324
if you are a slim 36, go for size 38.
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Originally Posted by kael1n View Post

Does anyone know how is the fit is like for the patrik evrell jacket/blazer? am a slim 36, was wondering if the 36 would fit..

cannot find any measurements but someone on the tread mentioned the cut runs pretty small.

I'm usually a 34 (IT44) and I have a size 36 unstructured blazer from SS11 and a size 36 standard blazer from FW11 that both fit me well. So it's probably advisable to size up.

BTW where did you find a size 36 Ervell blazer? The Ervell site didn't seem to carry that size for SS12. I know La Garçonne still has one from FW11 on sale:.http://www.lagarconne.com/store/item.htm?itemid=12270&sid=1153&pid=1153
post #310 of 2324
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Originally Posted by gnippiks View Post

I'm usually a 34 (IT44) and I have a size 36 unstructured blazer from SS11 and a size 36 standard blazer from FW11 that both fit me well. So it's probably advisable to size up.
BTW where did you find a size 36 Ervell blazer? The Ervell site didn't seem to carry that size for SS12. I know La Garçonne still has one from FW11 on sale:.http://www.lagarconne.com/store/item.htm?itemid=12270&sid=1153&pid=1153

Barneys warehouse sale has it in Navy sz 36 for $399 right now
post #311 of 2324
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Originally Posted by sipang View Post

Well I'm sure the recent collections have been selling like hotcakes but as collections it still shit.
Everthing after Fall 10 feels uninspired and incohesive, there's still the occasional interesting item but taken as a whole it's just a bunch of gimmicky shit and lazy rehashes as raz said.

That doesn t make the individual pieces any worse. As I said, I agree to an extend. But there is a difference between the collection as a whole and the ability to put out an interesting suit even if it is hidden between a bunch of stuff I wouldn t look at twice. To be honest, sometimes its even nicer that way as compared to schneiders frozen wave collection for example for which you really want to applaud the designer but don t know where to start because you could basically buy everything.
post #312 of 2324
Barney's jacket is cotton.
post #313 of 2324
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

The problem with Ervell is that he doesn't change anything
 

 

 

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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


I can't really be bothered looking at recent collections. It's not particularly inspiring.
I don't mind rehashes from Ervell though to be honest. Sooo many people have copied his shit, but don't get it right. His stuff is so much better than all the copycats. This in contrast with, say, Rick.

 

 

It's not just Topman, Ervell seems pretty darn imitated. For instance, my girlfriend works for AA. They've ripped him off big time. Last season my girl wanted to buy me this jacket from AA. I then googled Ervell's original and she was pretty shocked at how inch by inch the ripoff truly was. I've noticed a ton of knock-offs there (many Ervell). They seem to have ripped off almost every stage of the Air Jacket evolution along with accessories and basics. Their quality is crap, though, as far as their pricing is concerned. If you want cheap Ervell knockoffs, find used Baron Wells shirts.


Edited by death shot - 8/4/12 at 12:59pm
post #314 of 2324

We are doing a sale on 50% off all Patrik Ervell going on right now.

 

Shrine currently has the following pieces...

 

Standard Button Down with Rounded Collar in Light Blue - $230 now $115

 

Button Collar Shirt in Red and White Stripe - $220 now $110

 

Knit Polo in Black, Burgundy, and Oatmeal - $220 now $110

 

Standard Blazer in Olive, Navy, and Black - $920 now $460

 

Please call us at 312.675.2105 or email us at Timothy@shrinestyle.com with any questions or to place an order!

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Originally Posted by drmmr View Post

I still want the copper and rust shirts.

If I could get the rust club collar in an XL (did/does an XL exist?), I'd die happy...

 

Agree with most comments re: lazy, boring recent seasons, although the field coat in faded black from fw11 was one of my favorite and most currently used pickups.

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