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Are there any RG stockists in Berlin?
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no
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no

Ironic given that "Berlin" shirt...
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I don't think geller is stocked anywhere in Europe...
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Odin has some new outerwear up, including too pretty rad coats.

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Odin has some new outerwear up, including too pretty rad coats.

 

checked them out today; the coats looked cool but they're thin. the plaid flannel is dope though.

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Dropped by acrimony today to check out the richard jacket (and pants). Really wanted to like it, but left overall unsure about the sleeve length. This is a 48. Can't tell if sleeves just look sloppy long or cozy warm sweater feel good long. Sizing down didn't seem right either.




As far as I can tell, the material is very similar to past seasons. Pants were cool too, hard to make out any of the paneling because its black. But if the richard pants are your thing, no reason you wouldn't like it. Cropped and tapered.
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I personally like longer silhouettes, but I agree that is quite long and oversized!

It looks like the shoulder seam droops off the corner of your shoulder.
Typically a tell-tale sign you should size down.


Really hoping we'll see another drop with some of the more interesting and unique pieces.
I keep getting frustrated that the neatest stuff doesn't get picked up . . .

(the stripy toy soldier jackets, dressy lounge pants, wool tees/etc)
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Dropped by acrimony today to check out the richard jacket (and pants). Really wanted to like it, but left overall unsure about the sleeve length. This is a 48. Can't tell if sleeves just look sloppy long or cozy warm sweater feel good long. Sizing down didn't seem right either.
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I think the sleeves are perfect length, but certainly the body looks too long on you.
Though maybe it would look better paired with something besides jeans
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I personally like longer silhouettes, but I agree that is quite long and oversized!

It looks like the shoulder seam droops off the corner of your shoulder.
Typically a tell-tale sign you should size down.

Nah, Richards look best with dropped shoulders and lots of room in the body imo. OG FW11 one had the best fit
Besides, do you not see how tight the torso is when buttoned? The last couple I've tried have been like that even on me and it's kind of annoying
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Yea, I'm torn. Maybe it's just not for me. Have you seen it stretch much over time?
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Fit looks good to me. More like a coat/cardigan than a blazer.
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Yea, I'm torn. Maybe it's just not for me. Have you seen it stretch much over time?

Well no, I have been trying to sell the FW13 one since I got it, haven't worn it.
And the SS14 one I have only worn once so far so I can't say. I don't imagine I will be buttoning it though really so probably not
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I've finally came around to liking the dip-dyes. Obviously I am a late adopter.
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I love how the Richard jacket fits loose and oversized; I feel like a homeless sorcerer artist when I wear mine. 

 

 

from like a year ago:

 

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