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sorry they're from s/s, i just bought them late
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Should I treat my richard blazer like knitwear or is it fine to go on a hanger?

post #8088 of 10822
Its unstructured so i would treat it like knitwear and fold it.
post #8089 of 10822

Is this listing from somebody here?

And either way, what season is it from? The listing says Large but description says it's a 52, does it fit like current seasons?

Cos if it will fit me I'm buying it, that colour is great.

 

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We shot Robbie with our photographer Tetsu. I believe he's wearing a pretty worn down Seconds tee but can be wrong...

post #8091 of 10822
Isnt that the inferior colourway that our inhouse geller hobbit had a hard time moving in an attempt to replace it with a darker colour version?

How one can see a tee shirt from that fit pic is a whole another matter...
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Who is this hobbit you speak of? 

And if that picture is an accurate rep of the colour then I think it's awesome.

 

Also, has anybody got the Dominik pants from this season? Is it worth sizing up or are they already pretty loose?

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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Who is this hobbit you speak of? 
And if that picture is an accurate rep of the colour then I think it's awesome.

Also, has anybody got the Dominik pants from this season? Is it worth sizing up or are they already pretty loose?

I like the fabric on the newest long plaid the best so far, but that OG purple one is a little bit longer. Both are nice.

For the newer pants like Dominik and Robert, I would go up if you're in between sizes. The 44s are really small in my experience, in waist and legs both. It could be different at the other end of the size spectrum, but I can't say
post #8094 of 10822

Thanks, that's what I was thinking. Last seasons Dominik were kind of tight on me in a 50.

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Had a chance to try on the richard and the thilo jacket for this season.

 

The richard's material is interesting.  It looks completely charcoal/grey but if you get really close, there is like...burgundy in it; its very colorful up close.  It is very soft.  Very soft. Much softer than last season.  Also, the cut appears to be much more relaxed too.  There was considerable more room in the midsection and I was comparing them side by side.  I am not sure if its due to the cut or the material.  The new one is very soft and unstructured, like you're just draping on a blanket. 

 

Thilo jacket.  The material and ribbing was much thinner than I thought it would be and when I had it on, all the elements of it just made it look a little to tech for my tastes.  It didn't feel like Geller.  Geller is a feeling.  This didn't register.  I could have been wearing something from uniqlo or patagonia or something.  

 

I am still looking forward to picking up something at the very end of the season (I've become too picky) and really looking forward to 16SS.  Bombers will never end.  

post #8096 of 10822
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Originally Posted by takket View Post
 

Should I treat my richard blazer like knitwear or is it fine to go on a hanger?

 

Treat it as knitwear- Most definitely fold

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Had a chance to try on the richard and the thilo jacket for this season.

The richard's material is interesting.  It looks completely charcoal/grey but if you get really close, there is like...burgundy in it; its very colorful up close.  It is very soft.  Very soft. Much softer than last season.  Also, the cut appears to be much more relaxed too.  There was considerable more room in the midsection and I was comparing them side by side.  I am not sure if its due to the cut or the material.  The new one is very soft and unstructured, like you're just draping on a blanket. 

Thilo jacket.  The material and ribbing was much thinner than I thought it would be and when I had it on, all the elements of it just made it look a little to tech for my tastes.  It didn't feel like Geller.  Geller is a feeling.  This didn't register.  I could have been wearing something from uniqlo or patagonia or something.  

I am still looking forward to picking up something at the very end of the season (I've become too picky) and really looking forward to 16SS.  Bombers will never end.  

Hey Dbear. How warm is the Richard? I always regretted not getting previous versions of the pants. Do you think it will be too warm for the spring in the South Bay (San Jose)? Thanks.
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Never owned a pair of the pants.  But San Jose gets pretty warm during that time amirite?  Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I have to imagine that the pants wear like fuzzy sweatpants...

 

BTW.  He really needs to make more richard bombers.  I think there has only been 1 iteration.  It's really nice.  

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Where I'm at maybe gets to the low 80s during spring but most of the time it's in the mid 70s. I was curious if the Richard jacket is really warm and too hot to wear in the mid 70s? And it's weird all of the stockists say the pants are cropped but in the ssense pics it looks normal length.

I agree on the Richard bomber. The East Dane pics made it look really bad, it looked much better in user pics.



A couple more stockists I haven't seen listed here:

Canadian shop:
http://shop.mrderk.com/collections/robert-geller

Unknwn has their webstore up now:
http://www.unknwn.com/collections/robert-geller


I hate how Geller put a "2" on all his seconds items from this season.
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Seconds has been shit for awhile, especially this season...
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