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post #361 of 511
http://www.yoox.com/item.asp/tskay/3FD17CD7/cod10/49124748MQ/sts/dreambox80

Can any expert tell me more about this suit? Which line could it be? Also, what's up with the 1% elastine? Is that common with Jil sander?
post #362 of 511
How are current season raf shirts fitting I'm hearing supa large like the pants.
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yy, I'm no expert, it does look very similar to a cotton/elastane version I have, so I'd wager it's tailor made. Mine fits a little bigger in the shoulders than usual with Jil, but the chest is still nice and fitted (read: great for skinny, broad shouldered blokes).

 

As for the elastane, from what I've seen, it's pretty common with the tailor made stuff.  Personally, I like the "slickness" it gives to the texture, and it's comfy.

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I was hoping it's the "tailor made" line. Can anyone confirm or speculate further?

Also, how is the middle button stance of your suit, futuresailors?
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It's just a hair above my navel.

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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

I was hoping it's the "tailor made" line.
why? I'd rather it be from the runway.
post #367 of 511
It's Yoox and it costs you 6 bucks to return. Just order it if you want it, Yoox photos / descriptions are never enough
post #368 of 511
The point is that I don't know if I want it or not. I don't need you to tell me 6 bucks is worth trying a jacket out from yoox. Plus I'd bet you're a hypocrite and would post at least one question on an item you're not sure about before buying it. Keep your dumb mouth shut if you don't have anything to contribute, instead of burping out the first thing that comes to your mind. To educate you further, yoox descriptions are plenty enough for many items because I know about the brand. Not so much for JS, so I am asking questions here on the JS thread in case an expert can help.
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The point is that I don't know if I want it or not. I don't need you to tell me 6 bucks is worth trying a jacket out from yoox. Plus I'd bet you're a hypocrite and would post at least one question on an item you're not sure about before buying it. Keep your dumb mouth shut if you don't have anything to contribute, instead of burping out the first thing that comes to your mind. To educate you further, yoox descriptions are plenty enough for many items because I know about the brand. Not so much for JS, so I am asking questions here on the JS thread in case an expert can help.

1. I've ordered enough to get to private room in Yoox and a good amount of my orders don't match what is given on Yoox. Most of the time it's not a big deal or they give you a discount or free returns. Don't tell me I don't know what is going on with Yoox as you clearly have no idea what is coming out of your head right now.
2. Most models are similar heights, if you are model height then it would fit like the model, otherwise adjust. Asking someone where their button is provides little useful information because for all you know futuresailors could be 5'1 or 6'10". Or it could just be me posting to throw you off.

And yes I would post an item but your questions aren't even helping you out. All you do is ask question. How about you actually contribute something yourself to this forum? I mean asking when the Mr. Porter sale is? Pretty simple to just search.
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1. You're too fucking dumb to even understand my response. I'm also in the private room (not that it is very special at all lol). However, I didn't say you don't know whats going on-- simply that I also know what is going on, and don't need a dumb fucking response from you like the above. I'm going to go ahead and assume that you're too fucking inexperienced to know that certain brands, like RLBL, do not have many different models and I can purchase a piece being sure about how it will fit. This comes down to knowing your brands, and if that brand is consistent. Someone else may know more about JS, so I asked here.

2. Asking about button stance provides useful information if you know how to interpret it. The problem with dumb shits like you is that you think only you can make the kind of reasoning you've written about above. Do you see me saying "oh... the button point is near his naval...so it should be for me too"? You dumb fuck. This information is undoubtedly useful-- to use RLBL as an example again, these suits ALL have a very low button stance. That is the kind of information I'm trying to gather.

3. Before you try to judge my posts after digging them up like a creep, you try searching. Can you tell me when the next Mrporter sale is? no, because it is not very predictable. That's why that thread exists with the purpose of people sharing information. For example, there should be a Mrporter founding member sale coming up soon. What the fuck is the problem with asking about it for a possible proxy?

Now don't get too angry and read my response objectively. Accept that you're being a dumb prick. I asked a legitimate question here and you blurt out a dumb fucking saying that you see on every other thread. I do know why you gave that response to my question-- because your mind is too limited, and you think you're the only person who knows his shit. In fact, you're just an imbecile. Sometimes you will get the response "Oh, I didn't know they had such good returns policy." Other times, you'll get an annoyed response. Now go eat shit, you jagoff.
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

The point is that I don't know if I want it or not. I don't need you to tell me 6 bucks is worth trying a jacket out from yoox. Plus I'd bet you're a hypocrite and would post at least one question on an item you're not sure about before buying it. Keep your dumb mouth shut if you don't have anything to contribute, instead of burping out the first thing that comes to your mind. To educate you further, yoox descriptions are plenty enough for many items because I know about the brand. Not so much for JS, so I am asking questions here on the JS thread in case an expert can help.

yo wtf dude what is wrong with you. stevent just gave a friendly advice of buying and returning them for 6 bucks which is nothing compared to the suit price. your wife just left you?

edit: ah just realised you are a MC douchebag. no wonder the responses.
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

1. You're too fucking dumb to even understand my response. I'm also in the private room (not that it is very special at all lol). However, I didn't say you don't know whats going on-- simply that I also know what is going on, and don't need a dumb fucking response from you like the above. I'm going to go ahead and assume that you're too fucking inexperienced to know that certain brands, like RLBL, do not have many different models and I can purchase a piece being sure about how it will fit. This comes down to knowing your brands, and if that brand is consistent. Someone else may know more about JS, so I asked here.
2. Asking about button stance provides useful information if you know how to interpret it. The problem with dumb shits like you is that you think only you can make the kind of reasoning you've written about above. Do you see me saying "oh... the button point is near his naval...so it should be for me too"? You dumb fuck. This information is undoubtedly useful-- to use RLBL as an example again, these suits ALL have a very low button stance. That is the kind of information I'm trying to gather.
3. Before you try to judge my posts after digging them up like a creep, you try searching. Can you tell me when the next Mrporter sale is? no, because it is not very predictable. That's why that thread exists with the purpose of people sharing information. For example, there should be a Mrporter founding member sale coming up soon. What the fuck is the problem with asking about it for a possible proxy?
Now don't get too angry and read my response objectively. Accept that you're being a dumb prick. I asked a legitimate question here and you blurt out a dumb fucking saying that you see on every other thread. I do know why you gave that response to my question-- because your mind is too limited, and you think you're the only person who knows his shit. In fact, you're just an imbecile. Sometimes you will get the response "Oh, I didn't know they had such good returns policy." Other times, you'll get an annoyed response. Now go eat shit, you jagoff.
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yo wtf dude what is wrong with you. stevent just gave a friendly advice of buying and returning them for 6 bucks which is nothing compared to the suit price. your wife just left you?
edit: ah just realised you are a MC douchebag. no wonder the responses.

I wasn't looking for a response like "Oh, I didn't know they had such good returns policy." This forum is filled with people like you asking questions that could easily be answer by simply ordering the item and trying it out. Nothing beats out just actually trying an item on. And I didn't dig up any posts, I just remember people who ask dumb questions in threads like the Mr. Porter thread. I don't think my response is angry at all, at least compared to your rant, maybe my mind is too limited. I really don't know anything man please help me out. But maybe I should respond in the same style, I really want to see your next response.
post #373 of 511

Number 3 store have their Raf Simons "History of My World Sale" on now: http://www.number3store.com/designers/raf-simons/44/

Selling selected pieces from the Raf Simons archive...


Ssense have now started putting some Raf and Jil pieces on sale: http://www.ssense.com/men/designers/raf_simons & http://www.ssense.com/men/designers/raf_simons_1995 & http://www.ssense.com/men/designers/jil-sander

post #374 of 511

hi,

sorry to ask, but i honestly couldnt tell from the pictures i found on the SS08 Raf collection.  I just recently purchased a SS08 shirt: Does the fact that the label says Spring-Summer 2008 allow for the conclusion that it is a runway piece?

 

Thank you for your help.

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Originally Posted by foxpar View Post

hi,

sorry to ask, but i honestly couldnt tell from the pictures i found on the SS08 Raf collection.  I just recently purchased a SS08 shirt: Does the fact that the label says Spring-Summer 2008 allow for the conclusion that it is a runway piece?

 

Thank you for your help.


What do you mean by runway?  I think all of Raf's main line stuff has the collection season and year on the label.

 

If you are asking if you have a couture piece the answer is obviously no.  If you are asking whether or not the piece you have was shown in the collection it's easy to tell by looking at his SS08 show.  Most of the pieces that are shown in the show get produced in some variance.

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