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Derp, oh well. I love that version of flights. If anyones got some 50's they want to unload let me know.
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I still might be tempted by some grey Richard pants and taupe bballs but I think I need to start saving for the Fall/Winter stuff now. September seems really close already and the boots and coats are going to be $$$
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I still might be tempted by some grey Richard pants and taupe bballs but I think I need to start saving for the Fall/Winter stuff now. September seems really close already and the boots and coats are going to be $$$

The big parka has a removable hood and liner. Several things have a bit of alpaca or angora in them. What coats are you eyeballin'?
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Both of these, although they might be the same. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The car coat/short sleeve coat and sleeveless coat/poncho thing also look really cool but I don't know if I would buy it. Same for the puffer coat.
Need the brick bomber, iirc this was the cheapest of the 3 bombers so at least that's something. Wouldn't say no to the Raphael either but I really like how simple the one pictured is, especially in the brick colour or that yellowish colour. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I also really like the collarless blazer but need to see more and I'm hoping for some knits. I really need more knitwear, I know you said the turtlenecks were prohibitively expensive, but maybe on discount. And there was a grid pattern sweater in the runway that was under a coat, I can't find the pic now but it looked cool.
EDIT: here's the knit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
And that's not only talking about outerwear 😁
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Washed bomber
Long flannel
Dusters/flight pants
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

One of the best RG fits..nicely done.


If anyone has current Dusters in size 48 in navy give me a shout.
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It was asked before and i think Kyle at NMWA said go TTS. Or it was someone who was involved with their photoshoot.

Tonio sized down 1 though. You can ask him for pictures. I think size down 1 would work for a slimmer fit and TTS for a slouchy fit. I would personally do TTS

I went a size down than my typical RG shirt/jacket size and it's a perfect oversized fit for me. I snapped a fit pic today and will post it up when I have a moment. I really like it.
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@OccultaVexillum the brown one is just called The Textured Coat. It's furry like the Jerome but a little less synthetic (wool/nylon/alpaca)
The collarless DB blazer is this fabric too

The black one is the Daniel Zipper Coat, it has a variation on the ribbed V-neck that comes around every few seasons (wool/angora/nylon)

I don't love the parka in the runway shot but it's really cool, especially in the other colors, charcoal/gray and khaki/charcoal
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@melonadejello cool, thanks for the info. The textured coat is the must buy then at this point, I love the colour and most of my coats are black or very dark grey so that will be good for a change.

And thanks everybody for the fit feedback.
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I went a size down than my typical RG shirt/jacket size and it's a perfect oversized fit for me. I snapped a fit pic today and will post it up when I have a moment. I really like it.

As promised, here are some snaps of the cut off hoodie in action (bonus snaps of the taupe suede CP x Geller BBalls as well since I was wearing them today too). As I mentioned, I'm typically a 48 in Geller tops/coats, medium in the Seconds tops and went with a small in this and achieved the intended fit. I'm usually a medium in slimmer brand casual sweats from like W+H or Reigning Champ, size small in more classic fit brands.




Sweatshirt and Sneaker Detail Shots Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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Does anybody have a link to that University e-magazine with the Geller interview from 1-2 years ago? I think it was @keanswon who did it?

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Washed bomber
Long flannel
Dusters/flight pants

 

I missed out on that bomber. Good fit though.

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The colour, drape and feel of the navy dusters is so damn good. I'm definitely glad I picked up a pair.


I love how tencel "bounces", and I love how this is colour isn't just flat navy, it's got different tones in the warp and weft and just hangs so well. I will definitely be kopping the grey too and it makes the Pierre shirt that much more necessary (I'm assuming it's the same fabric in the navy).

I don't think it is. The Pierre fabric is definitely shirt weight, and slightly sheer too. So unless your dusters are sheer, I don't think they're the same. Plus the blue Pierre shirt is a flat solid color, no variations in the tone.
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@OccultaVexillum
 Is this the one? https://issuu.com/unhemmedmagazine/docs/unhemmediii-2 It's on page 87.

Yes! Thank you.
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yeah sizing down on richard stuff will lead to tears in my opinion.

 

So yea, I was like HMMMMMMMM...because I had tried on the full Richard suit from this season from East Dane and it was pretty much a perfect fit in a 46.  A little trim, but I know how much this Richard stuff stretches and sags, etc, so all good.

 

Ordered the previous season richard pants from SSense on super sale (70% off) and got it last night...and, wow, took it out of the bag and it was like pants for child.  So, yea, I guess the new season is cut bigger?

 

Anyways, don't sleep on the washed twill dock pants.  I tried them on from East Dane and was like blown away.  I waited because it just seemed like this was something that was gonna hit sales.  It's like $129 now.  Wear it basically rolled up, its a nice alternative to jeans.  

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