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Man this information is widely publicized for any company except for if someone uses Guidi leather and its a Japanese company so it seems

They probably use local sources I would imagine?
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How do the shirts fit? I like the plaid one at Barney's, but it looks super cropped. Not so great for taller people?
post #1878 of 5923
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

Man this information is widely publicized for any company except for if someone uses Guidi leather and its a Japanese company so it seems
They probably use local sources I would imagine?

TOJ is Korean made and they use New Zealand Lambskin, so maybe not? I actually looked around online and could not find their source. They could source their calfskin differently though (and probably do).
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How do the shirts fit? I like the plaid one at Barney's, but it looks super cropped. Not so great for taller people?

 

I have two and have tried another and they were all fine, I have a long torso.  They're a little boxy IME.

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Well
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TOJ is Korean made and they use New Zealand Lambskin, so maybe not? I actually looked around online and could not find their source. They could source their calfskin differently though (and probably do).

Ok man - the lamb skin, where is it cured / treated / dyed? They don't come off the lambs like that.

Drew is pretty open and he has stated he sources from a fabric market in Seoul (iirc) and that's where he found everything he uses (except a few things). So, when I say sourced locally, that's what I mean - I doubt Geller is going to import special leather from various tanneries and then not talk about.

I have a Geller leather and multiple ToJ's, quality is similar.
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I have two and have tried another and they were all fine, I have a long torso.  They're a little boxy IME.

I had to size up to a 48 for this shirt - it's pretty short and slim fitting.
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I had to size up to a 48 for this shirt - it's pretty short and slim fitting.

Any chance you have a length measurement? It looks like it may be ok because the hem line is relatively flat, I usually just get into trouble when there is a high gusset.
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Based on the measurements I've seen, it looks like it really depends on the shirt. That check shirt with the contrast sleeves looks like you could almost size down one, whereas the pleated arm shirt and the aforementioned dotted shirt are quite fitted for the tagged size.

Does anyone here own the dotted shirt? I shipped back the 50, but liked the pattern enough that I was considering using the credit to get the 52. My only concern is that the material felt like it might be prone to picking up lint.
post #1884 of 5923
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

Well
Ok man - the lamb skin, where is it cured / treated / dyed? They don't come off the lambs like that.
Drew is pretty open and he has stated he sources from a fabric market in Seoul (iirc) and that's where he found everything he uses (except a few things). So, when I say sourced locally, that's what I mean - I doubt Geller is going to import special leather from various tanneries and then not talk about.
I have a Geller leather and multiple ToJ's, quality is similar.

It's hard to tell from forum text, but if I was offensive in any way I apologize. I was in a meeting and somewhat read over your post and missed some details.

You are very likely correct on all points. I only asked because I was looking for some quality lambskin to line an overcoat collar with and really liked the TOJ/Geller lambskin and was trying to find some thick stuff that would be similar. As it turns out, finding lambskin over 1mm is not easy (for me at least).
post #1885 of 5923
im a slim 50 to 48 in most Geller and I went with a 50 in Geller shirts this season and they all fit well.
post #1886 of 5923
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Any chance you have a length measurement? It looks like it may be ok because the hem line is relatively flat, I usually just get into trouble when there is a high gusset.

maas and stacks has measurements of the shirt in question.
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Hey guys im looking for a Robert Geller Ludwig t shirt in grey or navy blue but more so the grey version in a large or extra large if anyone has one for sale or knows were to find can you kindly inbox me have been searching forever thanks again :)

post #1888 of 5923

just saw an ss08 v-neck leather sample sold on y! japan. i am still desperately looking for the true version, released in the purple. help appreciated!

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Why u rotate images for no reason SF?
post #1890 of 5923
Damn, that contrast bib shirt looks even better in real-er life pictures.
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