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Originally Posted by ambivalence View Post

anyone still looking for the dip dyed sweatshirt in 46 or 48, check here!
http://www.knowitnothing.com/collections/robert-geller

Bahaha look at those prices.
post #1802 of 5678
I think that store is in Singapore or somewhere so that probably has something to do with it

Edit: yeah those prices are in Singapore dollars not USD.
So the sweatshirt is about $315
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Robert-Geller-DANZIG-PRUSSIA-Shirt-44-Small-plokhov-cloak-raf/110958632115

Wow. Sold for $86

I will say, probably my favorite t-shirt Geller has made thus far.
I've got it in 52/mustard and will never sell it . . . unless someone offers me a 50.
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Yes.
Edited by variegate - 10/3/12 at 12:09pm
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Originally Posted by fightattack View Post

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Robert-Geller-DANZIG-PRUSSIA-Shirt-44-Small-plokhov-cloak-raf/110958632115
Wow. Sold for $86
I will say, probably my favorite t-shirt Geller has made thus far.
I've got it in 52/mustard and will never sell it . . . unless someone offers me a 50.
wink.gif

Yes.

That was me. I should have bought it when it was on that consignment shop but I slept.
I kinda expected to be the only bidder and win it for $65. I'm kinda salty paying that much for a used one but it makes me feel better that someone else only bid a dollar less haha.

The Richard jacket looks cool but it's 100% polyester this season
Plus I prefer some variation in the color. Sad for not buying the fw11 one
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post


The Richard jacket looks cool but it's 100% polyester this season
Plus I prefer some variation in the color. Sad for not buying the fw11 one

Are you referring to the fw11 richard cardigan? Oversized piece. I actually really dig it though. Haters gonna hate.
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Would have budded for Danzig but then slapped myself.
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i recently picked up some slim jeans and i really like em: i'm not usually a fan of stretch fabric, but they're heavyweight enough that it works. is the sizing/denim weight consistent from season to season? not really sure what season these are from.
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jeans are very inconsistent, what season are yours
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wish I knew, is it labeled on the tag? these are tagged 50 but fit more like a 32/33.
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I'm not sure how you can tell. I buy 50 in geller bottoms too, but I've had waists that range from 16-18.5" :/
What color are they?
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There's a code on the tag that indicates the season.
I think for instance 12H is ss12 or maybe H is for fw but either way there is a number followed by one of two letters

Also every single pair of jeans and non-elastic waist pants I own is 15.5" across the waist
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Mellow knows his stuff for sure, although I've had different experiences with the jeans
I had to sell these because the waist was huge but super slim everywhere else

these fit perfect though and have 16.5" waist
both sz 50
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I don't know, my guess is that it's probably because the cuts that run big probably don't appeal to me in the first place so i dont come across them. But if you can figure out what you are looking at you can find stuff that all fits the same I suppose is what I'm saying

Edit: though I do have those Ash jeans and while they are looser throughout the waist is not off on my 44s as much as your 50s. Small sizes just lucky I guess
You know I wonder if the waist was expected to shrink in the wash though?
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Both pairs I have (FW10 Plum and FW09 Grey) are about the same size wise, but I do notice the newer pair isn't as snug. Both are 46s, both measure about 16".
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of my Geller pieces, the middle set of numbers is 2 numbers followed by a letter of either "H" or "C". pretty sure its the season followed by H for hot (SS) or C for cold (FW). Also, has anyone noticed something new on the tag of pieces from this season? On my dip-dye, it says Playjobs Ltd. Anyone have information on this?
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