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Just in case there are any last minute decisions makers, I am closing down the Styleforum preorders in about 2 hours.

Last call here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/517050/stephan-schneider-styleforum-preorders-are-now-open-until-noon-february-3
post #7712 of 8527
man, SS pants fit so strange (small). just got a pair of tray trousers that I took a desperate chance on in size 5 (I'm typically a size 30) and they fit just fine in the waist, maybe more comfortable than the tighter size 4s I have. can't tell how much baggier or longer they are than a smaller size but I think they work...
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For those of you still on the fence, I'm compiling our Schneider AW16 order and will have to formally disable the pre-order links tomorrow at noon, EST, so I can get this information over to Belgium.

 

Last call for pre-orders on the Thinner jacket and Conservation coat!

 

Pre-orders (Click to show)
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Fragments of a home.

 

This past week, Stephan Schneider set up his Paris showroom to present next Autumn's collection, "Fragments of a home". The chief inspiration was a massive collection of neglected and undesired amateur oil paintings, which were then painted dark, leaving only traces of their original forms. Expect lots of dark hues this time around, including a beautifully rich burgundy. Familiar shapes return as well, which brings me to:

 

STEPHAN SCHNEIDER AUTUMN / WINTER 2016 PRE-ORDERS

 

 

This time around, we selected only two outerwear candidates for a pre-order, and some of the most beautiful and unique fabrics they were available in.

 

We are offering pre-orders on the Thinner jacket in 6 fabrics, and the Conservation coat in 5.

 

An exciting update to our pre-order program this year that should give some of you relief, is that we are happy to exchange sizes if necessary when the coats are delivered, provided we have that size available at the time in our regular stock of course. (Or can coordinate with another user that needs to exchange sizes).

 

The last detail you need to know, is of course, the pre-order discount, which is our historical 20% off with code PREORDER. This is the best chance to get the coat or jacket you want, right at the beginning of the season, at a great price.

 

To sweeten the deal a bit, we only ask for 50% now to secure your piece, and 50% later when everything arrives in early September 2016.

 

Pre-orders close EOD Sunday, January 31st, so we can get everything over to Stephan right away and secure the fabrics.

 

 

 

The first style we'd like to present is the "Thinner" jacket, a unique take on the bomber that is distinctly Schneider. Key details are the wool knit chest lining, collar, cuffs, and rear hem. To keep the jacket streamlined, the front zipper is hidden with a placket when zipped, and only the rear of the hem has the knit trim, leading to a very clean front. A perfectly sized knit collar, and thoughtful knit cuffs that can tuck inside the sleeves finish things off.

 

 

As always, different fabrics come in different prices, so I'm breaking it all down below. Please note that the knit trim on all styles is 100% wool.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Fuzzy grey (76% wool, 9% alpaca, 9% mohair, 6% nylon) with dark charcoal wool trim. Please note that the colors are much more accurate in our showroom photo. 50% deposit of $305, or $244 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

2. Multicolor "basketweave" (60% cotton, 20% nylon, 7% alpaca, 7% mohair, 6% wool) with grey wool trim. Please note that the photo above is of a different style garment, but shows both the body fabric as well as grey knit trim. 50% deposit of $305, or $244 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

3. Textured navy jersey (60% wool, 25% cotton, 15% nylon) with navy blue trim. 50% deposit of $305, or $244 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Beige (70% wool, 25% polyester, 5% cashmere) with brown wool trim. 50% deposit of $280, or $224 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Black (86% wool, 14% nylon) with dark charcoal wool trim. 50% deposit of $280, or $224 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

6. Burgundy (86% wool, 14% nylon) with burgundy wool trim. Please note that the photo above is of a different style garment, but shows both the body fabric as well as knit trim. 50% deposit of $280, or $224 after 20% discount.

 

 

The next style is of course the "Conservation". This is a re-imagining of last year's Memory coat, itself inspired by 2011's Merino. The pattern and length are the same as the Memory, but this one has been improved by Stephan in a few ways, most notably the integrated knit hood and different knit style, which work together to relieve a lot of bulk that previously occurred in the chest. It still has a quilted lined body, and fully lined sleeves, but now has slanted side pockets situated low on the body like the Merino coat. One more difference between Conservation and Memory/Merino is that the collar is not a stand-up/biker collar. Stephan wanted a collar that looks like a classic Mac when worn without the liner - so it's a collar with lapels and a button on top. The last change is that the placket is no longer a hidden one, again alleviating some bulk in the chest.

 

 

As always, different fabrics come in different prices, so I'm breaking it all down below. Please note that the knit trim on all styles is 100% wool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Burgundy (86% wool, 14% nylon) with burgundy wool lining. This is the same as shown in the lookbook photo above, and is for sure a color that works incredibly well on this style of coat. 50% deposit of $465, or $372 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

2. Camel / beige (70% wool, 25% polyester, 5% cashmere) with brown knit trim. This is the higher-contrast option, with a light body and dark trim in the hood. Please note that the photos above are of the Thinner jacket, but I'm using them to show the drape of the fabric as well as the combination of trim. 50% deposit of $465, or $372 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Navy blue "structured" wool (100%) with navy blue knit lining. Please note that the photos above are of a different jacket, but I'm using them to show the drape of the fabric as well as the combination of trim. The removable hood will not be set up like this photo, it will be like the rest of the Conservation coats. 50% deposit of $485, or $388 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

4. Blue/grey heavy twill wool (100%) with blue knit lining. This one has a lot of depth to the color, and the twill has an incredibly soft hand to it. 50% deposit of $545, or $436 after 20% discount.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Fuzzy plaid (76% wool, 9% alpaca, 9% mohair, 6% nylon) with charcoal knit lining. A lot can be said about this fabric, between the incredible hand, perfect colors, and great pattern, it's one of the most unique fabrics we've seen in a while. 50% deposit of $545, or $436 after 20% discount.

 

 

That covers our selection for FW16 pre-orders, and please let me know if you have any other questions! We spent a lot of time with these products and narrowing it down to these two styles, so I have plenty more photos I can post in the thread of these fabrics and styles, and can always break down the feel and vibe of them if anybody has questions. If you would like to bookmark the pre-order page in it's entirety, you can do so here.

 
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Originally Posted by K. Nights View Post

Can anyone venture a guess on sizing for this item? I'm generally a V in Schneider knits but take a VI in some outerwear. About 42" chest, but slim with a large drop. Not sure whether to go V or VI on this one.

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I'm in the same boat...don't know whether to go 5 or 6.  Still waffling, I'm 5'10 so a 5 is ideal length wise but I'm afraid of filling out the shoulders/back and losing the cool drapey look.  6 might just look too big all around though. 

 

I'm assuming the model is TTS with his usual 4?

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http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/komehyo-online/item/2700019664795/

Size V. Good price. Someone should kop.

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post #7716 of 8527
There are also some stragglers still on sale at Zozotown too. There's a size 4 striped cotton shirt for under a hundred bucks.
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Originally Posted by NotCrispy View Post

I'm in the same boat...don't know whether to go 5 or 6.  Still waffling, I'm 5'10 so a 5 is ideal length wise but I'm afraid of filling out the shoulders/back and losing the cool drapey look.  6 might just look too big all around though. 

I'm assuming the model is TTS with his usual 4?

I asked Cruvoir about this and they said "sample size = V" but then in a later email said "all sample tops are size IV" so I can't be sure. I would assume IV is correct though.
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All samples are IV
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

All samples are IV

This.  Also, if you are a 40, a size IV in the shirts is generally tiny.  I should know.  I got a IV shirt on, sort of - it looked like a compression shirt, and I took it off very gingerly so as to not hulk it.  The outerwear, particularly the coats, on the other hand, typically fits TTS or even oversized.  I have a size V Merinos coat from No Man, and I could smuggle a case of beer under there.  It's cool, but definitely the fit seems to depend a lot on the type of garment.

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

This.  Also, if you are a 40, a size IV in the shirts is generally tiny.  I should know.  I got a IV shirt on, sort of - it looked like a compression shirt, and I took it off very gingerly so as to not hulk it.  The outerwear, particularly the coats, on the other hand, typically fits TTS or even oversized.  I have a size V Merinos coat from No Man, and I could smuggle a case of beer under there.  It's cool, but definitely the fit seems to depend a lot on the type of garment.

I have chest size 38 inch. I've requested a preorder from Cruvoir for the overshirt in a Size V. The overshirt (when worn open) seems a relaxed fit on the model showcased. Would you consider this to be ideal? I have 18 inch Shoulders, and Sleeve length usually 25 inches or so. I personally prefer the relaxed fit. Maybe the VI will look too bulky though, considering shoulder seams
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Originally Posted by Mojo1990 View Post

I have chest size 38 inch. I've requested a preorder from Cruvoir for the overshirt in a Size V. The overshirt (when worn open) seems a relaxed fit on the model showcased. Would you consider this to be ideal? I have 18 inch Shoulders, and Sleeve length usually 25 inches or so. I personally prefer the relaxed fit. Maybe the VI will look too bulky though, considering shoulder seams
I too have a 38" chest and all my SS shirts are V.
post #7722 of 8527
You also have to consider neck size when sizing up on shirts. Don't want a loose collar
post #7723 of 8527
Did you guys happen to see the long shirts in the showroom? Thoughts, if any? The pricing is definitely more shirt-like than jacket-like which leads me to believe it might be thin/delicate for an over shirt
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Originally Posted by Mojo1990 View Post

I have chest size 38 inch. I've requested a preorder from Cruvoir for the overshirt in a Size V. The overshirt (when worn open) seems a relaxed fit on the model showcased. Would you consider this to be ideal? I have 18 inch Shoulders, and Sleeve length usually 25 inches or so. I personally prefer the relaxed fit. Maybe the VI will look too bulky though, considering shoulder seams
V seems right
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Originally Posted by Mojo1990 View Post


I have chest size 38 inch. I've requested a preorder from Cruvoir for the overshirt in a Size V. The overshirt (when worn open) seems a relaxed fit on the model showcased. Would you consider this to be ideal? I have 18 inch Shoulders, and Sleeve length usually 25 inches or so. I personally prefer the relaxed fit. Maybe the VI will look too bulky though, considering shoulder seams

For the shirts, I would say that to get a bit of the relaxed fit, a V would be right.  The shirts and blazers, in particular, ime, are cut fairly narrowly.

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