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Sucks for you guys, that what happens when you don't pre order they said that there would have to be enough orders for certain items to be considered to be made as part of the pre order. Doesn't mean stores will carry certain garments. You could always contact the SS directly?

Nah, it's a nice piece but was just asking. I don't really need another knit anyway and not a fan of the increased use of mohair and nylon these days.

Also, one shop ordering a certain piece and SS producing it would have to mean that SP ordered a ton of them and they did't, therefore, there should be more in existence.
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My guess the Japanese stores have a lot more influence on production since they tend to get larger inventory. Blue one is probably easier to sell for a lot of stores as well my guess?

Who got the blue one besides SP? I was under the impression that SP possibly saw all the preorders for wine and guessed that there would be a lot available on the 2nd hand market and picked up the blue instead, but maybe not.

Anyway, it doesn't surprise me that a store would choose the indigo over the wine. It just surprises me that they would choose neither. I wasn't referring to hype in my original post. Just seems like buyers would recognize what a great item it is, or SS would realize the demand from the preorder and pass that info along.
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Who got the blue one besides SP? I was under the impression that SP possibly saw all the preorders for wine and guessed that there would be a lot available on the 2nd hand market and picked up the blue instead, but maybe not.

Anyway, it doesn't surprise me that a store would choose the indigo over the wine. It just surprises me that they would choose neither. I wasn't referring to hype in my original post. Just seems like buyers would recognize what a great item it is, or SS would realize the demand from the preorder and pass that info along.

Who knows? Maybe the manufacturer produced less wine than the indigo one..(if not, then where did all the wine go?). A lot of the stuff in the preorder I don't see elsewhere either..(in terms of colour/fabric combinations)..maybe there are retailers that haven't been discovered yet or don't have an online presence..
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maybe there are retailers that haven't been discovered yet or don't have an online presence..

This. I remember seeing a few stores in France and Belgium selling the brand, none of them having a website.
post #3845 of 4992
I found a Schneider stockist tucked away in a corner of Beijing's art district haha
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Who knows? Maybe the manufacturer produced less wine than the indigo one..(if not, then where did all the wine go?). A lot of the stuff in the preorder I don't see elsewhere either..(in terms of colour/fabric combinations)..maybe there are retailers that haven't been discovered yet or don't have an online presence..

There are loads of retailers whose online footprint is either non-existent, or are disproportionately small compared to their prestige and influence offline.  Louis Boston and Maxfield LA, which are both industry leaders, have essentially no web presence.  Selfridges and Lane Crawford are relatively new to online retailing.

post #3847 of 4992
Yep. Likewise, Holt Renfrew has no online presence here and Harry Rosen has a limited one. Boutiques on Queen St. often only put a fraction of their inventory online too.
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Nah, it's a nice piece but was just asking. I don't really need another knit anyway and not a fan of the increased use of mohair and nylon these days.

Also, one shop ordering a certain piece and SS producing it would have to mean that SP ordered a ton of them and they did't, therefore, there should be more in existence.

I honestly don't know why so many new knits are using nylon tbo but mohair isn't bad but it's kind of a delicate fibre I have a knit that's 100%mohair and yiyos really soft and luxe feel to it.
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what's tbo and yiyos?
post #3850 of 4992
iPhone corrects everything it's supposed to be nylon and tbo was supposed to be tbh=to be honest. I know of one knit that I saw today that looks really nice but around 6 range.
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I can't stand shedding mohair all over everything
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mohair sweater under coat w/ black cotton lining = :/
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I can't stand shedding mohair all over everything

just don't like it period
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i shed mohair even when i'm not wearing clothes
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whoever bought the medium ffffuuuu.gif

but seriously, beautiful coat you picked up! post a photo please.

http://www.other-shop.com/stephan-schneider-navy-analog-trench-coat.html
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