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ss13 crepe soles
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This is just an interest check. I'm planning on selling the following jacket from S/S 2003. I bought it when I was still feeling my way into Yohji sizing and proportions, and, despite being only a size 3, I find this a bit too big for for me, especially in the shoulders. It's 100% wool gabardine (code 101) partially lined, and has two interesting features. Firstly, there is a kind of "skirt" of pleats which extends from the front on one side, right around to the middle of the back. This portion of the jacket is not lined, and the pleats are quite delicate, and they move very fluidly when you turn. Secondly, the sleeves are constructed in such a way that you can either have a kind of rolled-over "cuff" at the end, in which case the sleeves are slightly longer, or tuck the cuff up and into the sleeves (as in the photo), which shortens them slightly, and leaves a bit of the cuff peeking out. If anyone is interested, or wants more info, send me a PM. I'll probably put it up on Ebay in a few days. 

 

 

 

 

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AW08 Handstitched Suit, iconic Runway pieces from that season, even rarer chance if you can bag the suit, I'm like shah forever searching for the matching pants.

I'm glad I'm one of the few natural size 4s around here. Always on the lookout for the AW08; the girl and I tried on so much stuff when the flagship store on Gansevoort was still open. Lovely sales staff -- we had no $$$ and looked it, but they treated us like royalty. And then a year -- maybe a year and a half? -- later, it was gone. Tch tch.
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more goodies at lagarconne

forward claimed many months ago they would be getting yy in the winter (as well as damir but for women only). yet to see any signs of this being true ...
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^ the SS13 long shirts are nowhere to be seen, later production perhaps?
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i've tried this when we received it from yohji's press for a shoot. absolutely amazing... conduit store has it.

 

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 nice, k. did you get to try on all the pieces? those pants are wild. are they batik?

 
summer weather here today so I tried to channel ss13.. but it's my own low-rent non-yohji version. Pants are siki im, shoes are Nike Free, tank is random surf brand. I could use one of those colorful yohji scarves or the split seam tees.
 

 

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Parker, you lift? Looking cut, man.  And nice fit, btw.

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 nice, k. did you get to try on all the pieces? those pants are wild. are they batik?

 
summer weather here today so I tried to channel ss13.. but it's my own low-rent non-yohji version. Pants are siki im, shoes are Nike Free, tank is random surf brand. I could use one of those colorful yohji scarves or the split seam tees.
 

 

welcome back mr! i tried one of the printed pants in Paris. so, so nice... i think those one.

 

 

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Thanks to Kiko I was able to complete this SS09 suit biggrin.gif. Wore the whole thing out today for the first time. Entire suit is a size 3, but the pants are pretty long and the waist loose even at that size on me. I might prefer to have a size 4 on the jacket, but all in all, very happy that I now have the whole thing. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



YYPH Cotton/Silk "P.D.H" suit
YYPH SS12 leather belt
Margiela T-shirt
CDGH+ sneakers
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Dude, how do you look perfect in EVERY SINGLE FIT PIC? Maybe you should be designing the clothes instead of buying them.
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For my money the size 3 jacket looks perfect. 

 

 

 

Hervia have the For Sale jacket, which I love: http://www.hervia.com/mens-c2/clothing-c79/military-buttoned-for-sale-jacket-navy-blue-p9744

 

I think I'm going to try and set aside enough to buy this on the chance it goes in the sale, assuming its stocked (in size 2) in Conduit St.

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need this gone ASAP. 340 euros + shipping/fees. i bought suit from same season and want quick sale so i can fund the new one. 

 

 

 

 

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so... small interested check:

 

spring/summer 2002 gabardine suit. i just don't find time to wear it enough... the tape around on the sleeves and down the legs its actually selvedge. silk selvedge. both jacket and pants in size3. 97% wool/ 3% polyester. Half-lined with with mesh. 9 of 10 condition...

 

 

 

 

 

+ this leather jacket from ss2001. i love it to bits but need money for my studies...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321074357313?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

 

 

sorry for spamming the thread shog[1].gif

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Dude, how do you look perfect in EVERY SINGLE FIT PIC? Maybe you should be designing the clothes instead of buying them.

Ha! I definitely disagree, but thanks anyway smile.gif.

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For my money the size 3 jacket looks perfect. 

Yeah it sits really well and feels structured, yet roomy at the same time. I guess I am just used to having just that bit more extra room to move around in. Will see satisfied.gif
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Dude, how do you look perfect in EVERY SINGLE FIT PIC? Maybe you should be designing the clothes instead of buying them.

We're working on this! devil.gif
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