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post #4171 of 5700
there is not much gabardine in the runaway, retail is 1000 euros aprox for the wrap pants (good price tbh) I think the shorter version with no cuffs is the sleeper this season. the flap in the picture is part of the jacket btw, nice piece and the cut is very small...i need a sz 4, watch out this season (cuts are small!)

on a side note I'm putting for sale a lot of things, check sz. All really good items, I'm just gravitating towards only gabardine + little details (new take), all bloody rare as usual.

http://www.stylezeitgeist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16059
http://www.stylezeitgeist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16010
post #4172 of 5700
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Originally Posted by dantebykiko View Post

judging from the low rise of the crouch and the big buttons, also slim suspenders, im pretty sure those y's pants are from the femme line.

yes it's from the women's =)

post #4173 of 5700

those black espadrille ones are pretty darn sweet smile.gif

post #4174 of 5700
Anyone have experience with standing collar long jacket from this past fall season?

http://ateliernewyork.com/designers/yohji-yamamoto/?pid=49624

Looks a lot slimmer than most yohji stuff, was just wondering if anyone can comment on the fit
post #4175 of 5700

more boring shit. aw00, ss03, aw99, raf x martens.

 

post #4176 of 5700
your "boring shit" is more rad than my standout fits haha! smile.gif
post #4177 of 5700
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Originally Posted by Ivwri View Post

I think I could shed some light on the wrap vs tuck difference.

Basically, the wrap iterations have an extra layer of fabric that wraps around the side and is fastened somehow to the front of the pants.






This can be undone so that the extra layer of fabric is free to move around when you do.





If those who have actually handled the collection could chime in as well that would be great.

Unfortunately, no idea of Japanese pricing at the moment. You could shoot Sharpservice an email?

I think the wool gab " wrap " pants are the same cut as these Look 21 pants. The wool ones ( HX-P15-100 ) have belt loops, button + ribbon waist closure. The legs of the pants comprise 2 overlapping soft hand wool panels of fabrics fastened only by one hidden button at the waist and one button at the hem. It means if you do not button them at all you will see the whole side of your leg from thigh to foot. The overlapped layer of outer fabric can then be further tightened at the hem with ribbon creating a ballooning silhouette. Does it make sense? They are not one size fit all if I remembered rightly seeing a sz 2. The retail here is .....hmmm let's say the UK are robbing b**tards.
post #4178 of 5700
YYPH SS13 Look 9 Block Dyed Panel Blazer in 100% rayon + 100% cotton patchwork construction, split unequal length back hem.

Very quick roadtest after a very quick succumbing to temptation, it's too good.
post #4179 of 5700

y's aw03 suit, muji, raf x doc.

 

post #4180 of 5700
is that the one shah was selling?
post #4181 of 5700
*still for sale but I do believe it to be same one
shown on runway, amazing wool gab
post #4182 of 5700

yes and no. same season very different cut for both, jacket and trousers. trousers are super wide and the jacket its half-lined without the vest. beautiful gabardine indeed. also mine its black.

post #4183 of 5700
were there any other y's pants that had that white thread running down the side? Also what was the season code if you dont mind me asking.

I have a suspicion that the pants that I have might be related. The too have that white side stich/stripe.
post #4184 of 5700

YU code.

post #4185 of 5700
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YU code.

You meant MU- ?
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