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good to know I'm not the only one who loses sleep over these things. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by dantebykiko View Post

Is this jacket from y!? 36k yen? I had couple of sleepless nights over this jacket. One of my grails.

No Kiko, the Y! one is still available. This one is bought BNWT from a Stylezeitgiest member frrom US, possibly from the Gilt sale. Btw Rex has one available as well atm smile.gif
Edited by davidlee388 - 8/1/12 at 2:13pm
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What's the price that rex its selling it for? I decided to go for the floral suit and pair of hakamas as I've got around 10 black yohji blazers and would be too much. Maybe I will put two jackets for sale and buy this one.
post #2224 of 5823
Rex is asking HKD 4380. This blazer retailed 150k yen back then.
post #2225 of 5823
nice jacket david. i think the same one might be on ebay right now from comma. size 2.
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That's the one david mention when he said "rex".
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

nice jacket david. i think the same one might be on ebay right now from comma. size 2.

Thanks Parker, yes that has literally been listed. Comma had the " Cut " blazer in sz 3 yesterday, one of the key pieces of SS09. It's gone now, someone had snapped it up.

SS09 was an incredible season, the " suit " collection. Many thought it was Yohji's swansong. It had some fabulous fabrics and constructions,. Like the Don't Do That, the large embroidery necessitates full llining to hide the stitching of it to the panel, making it usable for autumn weather as well. The season as a whole was insanely expensive back then.
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Thread Starter 
Just noticed that Vertice London has put up their Yohji buy for viewing here. They got in the red jeans and a few shirts as well as the coats and one of the patterned suits. Looks like an interesting buy. Very interested in the shirting actually, but looks like no size 4s to be seen frown.gif.

EDIT - Whoops, looks like I can no longer edit the OP so can't add Vertice London as a stockist.
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Originally Posted by Ivwri View Post

Just noticed that Vertice London has put up their Yohji buy for viewing here. They got in the red jeans and a few shirts as well as the coats and one of the patterned suits. Looks like an interesting buy. Very interested in the shirting actually, but looks like no size 4s to be seen frown.gif.
EDIT - Whoops, looks like I can no longer edit the OP so can't add Vertice London as a stockist.

If the model showed the clothes they have in stock may be size 3 is quite generous because he looks pretty tall.

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I recently found an interesting looking Y's jacket for sale on Oxfam's UK online store. I thought I'd mention it in case anyone is interested. I can't tell if it's made for a man or a woman, although the shape does look a little feminine to me. It is made of a mix of wool and alpaca, which I imagine would be very soft and warm, and has an interesting single button fastening at the neck. Although it is a size 3, it seems very small fitting, since the chest measures only 38 inches. It's selling for 95 pounds. Sorry for the tiny image. The image on the site is a bit bigger, but not the clearest. 

 

 

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700

 

 

Linen Y's shirt with a "hidden" placket. Hidden is in quotes because the middle button is visible. The shirt also has a double hem detail and the collar is "flipped over" ie. what is normally under the collar is visible. YYPH rayon suit pants (fabric code: HU-P64-204), obviously very light and they look great in windy weather.

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Originally Posted by davidlee388 View Post

If the model showed the clothes they have in stock may be size 3 is quite generous because he looks pretty tall.

It would help if they told you his height and weight. He does look tall. And like a salty longshoreman or German Mennonite.
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700700

 

YYPH AW10 4.1 The Men Asymmetrical Knit ( HC-K53-974 ) 100% laine wool, lovely fabric with a elastic quality. Size 3. Crew neck, contrast panel ribbed construction, very weighty, asymmetrical hem, ultra long sleeves. Ultra high construction. Simple yet interesting, one of my best knits.

 

Y's for men AW08 drawstring pants ( ME-P52-074 ) 100% interlocked cotton, weighty fabric, great oversized sz 2 fit.

 

YY x Adidas AW08  Leather/Fabric YY G8 Zip Boots ( HE-E02-721 )

 

 

post #2234 of 5823
wow, great knit, david. is that one of your "top 5"?
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

wow, great knit, david. is that one of your "top 5"?

Thanks man. It's my top 5 knit, but not my top 5 piece. My absolute favourites are all pretty old ( pre-bankruptcy ) satisfied.gif
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