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post #1576 of 5914
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

Agreed, Geller pricing seems a bit out of whack this season.

Glad I'm not the only one that feels that way, still ended up impulse buying the last 50 at Acrimony (secretly hoping it gets canceled though). Hopefully it fits just like my SS11 one.
post #1577 of 5914
$300 for a cotton knit doesn't strike me as particularly outrageous.
post #1578 of 5914
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

$300 for a cotton knit doesn't strike me as particularly outrageous.
It's not outrageous, but when your label is being dropped by stockists it's kind of odd to bump your prices up. Unless I'm misremembering some things here, which is entirely possible.
post #1579 of 5914
It's fucking awesome though. So soft!
post #1580 of 5914
I think you will find the price has less to do with Geller himself and more to do with cotton futures and an appreciated yen
post #1581 of 5914
Marcus at Acrimony told me today that they are going to have a 5 year collab with Robert Geller this coming spring. Most likely a dip dye or colorblock sweatshirt made just for Acrimony.
post #1582 of 5914
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

I think you will find the price has less to do with Geller himself and more to do with cotton futures and an appreciated yen

Yeah, from what I hear, it's mostly driven by the yen. You see the same thing with some of self edge's japanese brands.
post #1583 of 5914
And Acrimony becomes the latest store to stop carrying 44s.
post #1584 of 5914
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

I think you will find the price has less to do with Geller himself and more to do with cotton futures and an appreciated yen
Ah that makes sense, I'd forgotten about that.
post #1585 of 5914
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Originally Posted by bwahahahaha View Post

And Acrimony becomes the latest store to stop carrying 44s.

Skinny people need clothing too :(

post #1586 of 5914

'09-'10 dip dyes were the best, charcoal on grey and those jeans too

ss12 brushstroke pattern tho nod[1].gif

 

edit:

when were these released?


Edited by sirromdrawde - 8/26/12 at 4:29am
post #1587 of 5914
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Skinny people need clothing too frown.gif

Seriously... and its not like the 44s don't sell.
post #1588 of 5914
^ ahh, obviously they don't. at least not as well as 46 / 48. why else would they be dropped? they're hardly more expensive to source.
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Blackbird has it in charcoal

can't see it on their webstore but i'm really after the green. anyone?
Edited by whyme? - 8/26/12 at 2:30am
post #1589 of 5914
Blackbird Seattle has the charcoal in stock, only two sizes in store that I saw, 48 and 50 I think?

Sad to report that the 5-pocket skinnys are jeggings again this season.
The fabric is not like the classic 5-pockets either, rougher, slightly less stretchy, not soft.
post #1590 of 5914
ALSO
dipe dye is back in 48 at Blackbird - someone returned.

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