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post #166 of 178
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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

I picked up his double breasted coat in heavy grey moleskin thing is mindblowingly good (knee length). his heavy moleskin is no joke.


May I ask where you purchased it from? How is the sizing?

post #167 of 178

I'm looking for the basketweave scarf from last FW, in anyone sees one...

post #168 of 178
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Originally Posted by Sam5p View Post


May I ask where you purchased it from? How is the sizing?

I'm a true 50/slim 52... size l fits me perfectly, hits me around the knees and great sleeve length.

I picked it up direct from Frank Leder (through their boutique) -- it was sold out, but they got a re-issue of the fabric and I asked if they could reproduce it and they were kind enough to hook it up.
post #169 of 178

Linen, flannel and tweed

post #170 of 178
I received the Deutschleder jacket today, and it's fantastic. The material is so stiff that I could hardly put it on. The fit is great as well. The shoulders are barely wide enough for me, and the body is just a little boxy. I'll put up a photo at some point.


@gdl203 Greg, you should be sure to stock Deutschleder jackets each AW. I bet they'd sell quite well.
post #171 of 178
Now you need the matching backpack
post #172 of 178
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post #173 of 178
Any idea what these buttons are made of?

Got this pic from Abraxis' post.

post #174 of 178
where can i get that shirt....
post #175 of 178
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Originally Posted by onijo84 View Post

Any idea what these buttons are made of?

Got this pic from Abraxis' post.

I don't know exactly what those are made of but his shirts tend to have old or deadstock buttons. They look somewhat similar to my linen shirt which is some kind of fabric button.
post #176 of 178
A couple weeks ago I was in Berlin and able to stop by the 2.Frank Leder store/office and just wanted to post to say it was probably the best clothing-related experience of my life. Ended up buying a traditionally German-made sweater. Was able to talk to Frank for a solid 30 minutes and one of his interns too. They told me everything I could want to know about how the fabrics were created, his thought process, etc. Just an absolutely gorgeous space as well. Have the utmost respect for his work after the experience.

Also, the intern happened to have a couple friends traveling to Seattle last weekend, so I met up and tried to return the favor by showing them around. Great people.
post #177 of 178
^sounds like an amazing experience all around!
post #178 of 178

Does anyone here know stockists in the Munich area? Gotta try before I buy.

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