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Very nice David.
Aren't those pants from look 29?

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pockets with long dangling fabric " strings " which can be individually decorated by finger-knitted chains ( my wife taught me sly.gif  ).

I used to know this. made a couple of finger knitted key chains. Not sure if I'd still remember how it's done.laugh.gif
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@davidlee388

 

Those shoes look perfect with the suit.  Where did you find them?  I've been looking for similar pair for some of my SS13 suits, but I keep coming up short finding an affordable pair :puzzled: 

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@davidlee388

Those shoes look perfect with the suit.  Where did you find them?  I've been looking for similar pair for some of my SS13 suits, but I keep coming up short finding an affordable pair puzzled.gif  


Yohji SS13 suits?
If so fit pics please! biggrin.gif
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Yohji SS13 suits?
If so fit pics please! biggrin.gif

 

I'll post some later this week!

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Very nice David.
Aren't those pants from look 29?
I used to know this. made a couple of finger knitted key chains. Not sure if I'd still remember how it's done.laugh.gif

Thanks for the kind words.
There is a misprint in the SS13 Lookbook, the garment codes for Look 14 are actually found in Look 33, the 100 gabardine code indicates the error.

Finger knitting is great fun, we had a great time showing the Cambon SAs a few months back.

@volcano those shoes were bought in Hong Kong I.T. Warehouse, they were Japanese exclusives collab with G. Cox.

You can try Fred Perry x George Cox Monkey Boots for a similar interpretation smile.gif
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There is a misprint in the SS13 Lookbook, the garment codes for Look 13 are actually found in Look 33, the 100 gabardine code indicates the error.

Yes I've noticed that code error with Look 33. Though now I think your pants are the ones from Look 33 no? It seems only the fabric part of the code is wrong.


Isn't this the Look 13? way different pants.
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@cupper Haha sorry you're absolutely correct, blame old age for my mistake. The pants are Look 14 actually. xeraphim can confirm this, he has the whole suit. Edited previous posts, thanks for pointing it out since I'm particular about info.
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YYPH SS10 Fedora Hat - ( HJ-H03-965 ) - black, 100% polypropylene mesh.

 

 

 

This is incredible.

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That's super nice David. ^^  I wanted that string set-up but my local shop only had size 4 which I couldn't bring myself to get. I'm all for loose fits, but for some things I just think the slimmer fit looks (and feels) better. ie. that size 2 looks great -- not too small or big -- on you. 

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@cupper Haha sorry you're absolutely correct, blame old age for my mistake. The pants are Look 14 actually. xeraphim can confirm this, he has the whole suit. Edited previous posts, thanks for pointing it out since I'm particular about info.

 

Pants are indeed look 14 :fonz: 

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extremes in different dimensions -- volume, colour, pattern complexity.
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i agree, David that looks fantastic even cut so (*gasp*) slim! and your george cox creeper collabs are always nice ;-)
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Not feeling those neon in yohji collection, I have trouble dealing with bright colors:brick: It's good but not great. The long shirt in the end was stellar!

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@zapatiste thanks for the comment. The blazer is cut quite roomy by today's standard, the pants are loose ( there are sz 3 since I prefer the less cropped look ) then sharply taper at the hems. The Runway model, for whatever reason Yohji-san had, was wearing perhaps a size too small on that Look at least, note the short sleeves.... SS13 was cut so much roomier in most pieces compared to SS12 ( excluding the hakamas ), a welcome change in my opinion.

 

Also thanks for posting those YYF SS14, the power of the media/www nowadays enables us to see these pictures within hours of the show. Wish we were there like last September since being there does change the perception of the show especially motion. Eager to see a video soon. His use of non-black, vivid colours and techno fabrics does seem to follow on from his YYPH SS14. Maybe it's market driven, maybe it's a reflection of his re-vitalized energy and upbeat mood? Who knows.....The superb asymmetry and tailoring is still there.

 

Our favourites:-


and last but not least, this Look 4, the construction of the blazer is insane.

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