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Does anyone know what this coat is called?


Looks like the Oil
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Looks like the Oil


Oil? What oil? You cookin??
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The reverse fabric looks great but I'd love to see a jacket, shirt or cardigan with the reverse side being the fabric on the outside instead.

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Are there any full shots in that fabric?

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The reverse fabric looks great but I'd love to see a jacket, shirt or cardigan with the reverse side being the fabric on the outside instead.

I mean, I can see it for other designers, but Schneider is pretty restrained in his choice of colors, for the most part.  It was a very dark collection.  Maybe someone like Dries or Junya, though.

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Are there any full shots in that fabric?

If you click on any picture, it brings up the full sized shot in a lightbox.

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If you click on any picture, it brings up the full sized shot in a lightbox.

 

Meant full as in full body. :lookaround: Only two close-ups posted so far.

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Meant full as in full body. :lookaround: Only two close-ups posted so far.

Ah, I see.  No, we didn't take (or rather, process) full body shots of that particular garment, because we liked the fabric, but wanted to use it on other garments.

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Oil? What oil? You cookin??

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Meant full as in full body. lookaround.gif  Only two close-ups posted so far.

Here's the full shot of that fabric, just for curiosity sake.



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what is the purpose of the internal strap? Is it to be used lie a belt to cinch the waistline?

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what is the purpose of the internal strap? Is it to be used lie a belt to cinch the waistline?

Yup, that's exactly it.  A really nice garment, somewhere between a jacket and a cardigan.  Just wasn't what we wanted.

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Yup, that's exactly it.  A really nice garment, somewhere between a jacket and a cardigan.  Just wasn't what we wanted.


Oh....I thought that was the Oil coat. my bad. thanks!

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Oh....I thought that was the Oil coat. my bad. thanks!

No, that's the "Resin" jacket.  It's longer, has much less structure, and yes, has a drawstring waist.  It's much more robe like, especially in that drapey fabric.  We chose the slightly shorter "Oil" coat, which is, well, much more coat like, with a full lining, moe structure in the shoulder, and, imo, just generally more amenable to North American body types and weather, particularly in the Northern US, while being good as a full coat for more southerly states.  On thing that has been expressed to me a lot is that Americans have more sloped shoulders, in general, than Europeans, not in the least part because we have much more of a workout culture, as well as a "eat a lot" culture, both to which I will admit I am part of.  That leads to more, ahem, girthiness, but also much more developed lats and delts.  The developed delts are naturally going to lead to a stronger slope in the shoulder, whether you are broad or narrow shouldered.

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Oh....I thought that was the Oil coat. my bad. thanks!

This is the Oil coat, by way of comparison.  Stephan had just not sampled this coat in the fabric we liked.

 

 

fwiw, this coat in the navy melange with cool reverse side is one of @Synthese 's favorite picks of the bunch.  Mine is the blue grey fabric in both the "Thinner" jacket and the Film coat, though I am seriously considering picking up the thinner coat in the navy basketweave as a sort of alternative top coat. In the navy basketweave, the silhouette is a bit sharper and more geometric than most of the Stuff that I see from Stephan, which seems much softer, in the combination of material and cut.  Maybe I'll get the coat in both colors just for the contrast.  Haven't decided quite yet.

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