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New collection is reaally strong. Seems like the fabrics have been kicked up a notch. Or maybe this has been happening for a while.
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Bomber is cheaper than I thought and omg that cropped. Rock Howard flashbacks and i am loving it.
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Rock Howard flashbacks and i am loving it.

Did you just reference Mark of the Wolves? YEEESSSSS

Edit: forgot he was in CvS2 also
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combo sweats on Machus for 125
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Feb 6-13th is NY Fashion Week
Anyone got a date for Geller's AW14 show?

(some day . . . some day I want to go)
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I'm going to New York in May, hopefully I can see the man

Going to send them an email anyway
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Can anyone tell me if the waist on the Engineer pants stretches out. I am a 32 (33.5" actual waist) and TTS 48 measurements look too big but I'm worried about the waist being too small on the 46s.
Thanks

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Feb 6-13th is NY Fashion Week
Anyone got a date for Geller's AW14 show?

(some day . . . some day I want to go)

Shows on Feb 8, 6pm, pier 59
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Long overdue, but here is me trying on the current FW13 Tatras x RG Bacchus Grey Jacket. I have to say, this has been my go to jacket in the colder days (including through the "Polar Vortex") and it has been keeping me quite toasty. It's a really great jacket, my only complaints are that the sleeves are lined in a cotton lining as opposed to your usual non-friction causing linings like acetate or cupro, etc.), which equates to the occasional re-adjusting of shirt/sweater sleeves and a few feathers have already started coming out (this has happened to all of my other down filled coats too though, but still annoying).

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Special thanks to @nicelynice for his sizing advice last month since he helped me determine my size based on his feedback and time and experience with trying them on icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif I am typically a 46 in Geller shirting, 48 in most jackets I've tried and this is the size 3.
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Looks fucking great tonio028...could you tell me your height and weight info?
I'm after a similar Tatras piece. Thanks
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How many denim cuts does Geller typically do now?  I've seen fit pics of the type D, which looks really skinny and tapered.

 

I've tried on a few of the denim from this season (including the coated denim), and they're slim, but I'm not sure if that's the type D.  

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How many denim cuts does Geller typically do now?  I've seen fit pics of the type D, which looks really skinny and tapered.

 

I've tried on a few of the denim from this season (including the coated denim), and they're slim, but I'm not sure if that's the type D.  

 

I think there were only 3 cuts for AW13 - Type D (sepia, 3-year fade, grey, Barneys exclusive faded), Dress Denim, and Coated Twill Pants. 

 

I was told that the Type D is "like the Type C (skinny) with an adjusted back rise" (I'm assuming Type C is just what they're calling the old 5-Pocket Skinny). 

There was Type B, which was slim tapered; I had the washed black pair (SS12?), but sold them because I prefer the fit on Type D jeans.

No idea about Type A, but it may be the "slim" jeans (I think Barneys carried both the slim and skinny SS13 3-year fades).

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Type A is the buckle backs
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Dope, thanks for the info.  Do you guys know if the Barney's bleach denim is for sure the Type D?  I've tried it on and didn't think it fit that different than the coated denim, but on second thought, it did seem to be slimmer from the knee down.

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Yea, they're the same as the sepias, which are Type D. Love the wash on those, but not so much the price tag :(

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