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post #9976 of 10916
Yeah I meant the "bLack and red" pattern. I don't know if it was the drifter print or not. This one:

post #9977 of 10916
Oh shoot, yeah. My mistake!
post #9978 of 10916
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Yeah I meant the "bLack and red" pattern. I don't know if it was the drifter print or not. This one:

 

it's actually blue, not black, in case that changes your opinion at all. it is the Drifter print indeed!

post #9979 of 10916
Yeah I noticed that after posting. And it doesn't change my want for it at all, I just never saw my size anywhere
post #9980 of 10916
The SF consumer cycle:
  • wow this item is awesome!
  • oh wait, retail on it is a lot
  • not awesome enough to buy it at retail
  • not awesome enough to buy it at first round of sales
  • wait, how come nobody stocks the more "interesting" stuff anymore?!?

Not directed at anyone in particular. The difference between Geller shows and stock in stores seems like a good example though. Pre-orders seem to be helping all parties a bit, but I don't know if that's sustainable.
post #9981 of 10916

I'm curious because I've got no perspective on it at all...how many units, total (worldwide) would a brand like Geller produce of relative "staples" (something like the simpler bombers), and how many of something that's a bit crazier like, maybe, those cupro "moto" pants?

 

At the very least, how many digits are in that number, particularly the first one?

post #9982 of 10916
No ideal on specific numbers but it would be completely dependent on what shops buy. If nobody buys it then it doesn't get made at all, unless somebody in the loop orders/buys it directly. That drifter print photographer shirt I only ever saw at mass and stacks in sizes 46-50, for example. I'm sure some spots in Japan had it and maybe somebody else in North America that just never put it online but is be surprised if many more than 10 pieces total were made.

On another note, would this be a new (raw?) grey denim or just the lighting?

Edited by OccultaVexillum - 7/18/16 at 12:52pm
post #9983 of 10916

Thanks.

 

Kinda hope that's new...that's a really nice color. The sneakers look awesome in that photo, to boot.

post #9984 of 10916
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Also, were the sunglasses in the show the G Leight collab? I love the shape but were they all gold rimmed? Hard to tell from the front, some look like they could be silver or black.

Yupppp

post #9985 of 10916
@Callusing The items are made per store order. All the Geller stockists seem to be in US, Canada, and Japan. I have put together a list of the North American stockists earlier.

For that particular jacket only a few of the stockists got it in so I wouldn't be surprised if only 50 jackets were produced, maybe a little more but i doubt it would be nore than 100.
post #9986 of 10916
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Anyone have any experience with the Dominik topcoat? It's at a pretty ridiculous price on Acrimony right now but not sure if that weird shoulder cut works for larger shoulders...

 

Ha I tried on the size 48 Dominik at Acrimony this weekend. Jacket feels pretty unstructured and with the the weird shoulder cut it wasn't very flattering on me. Felt too big in my typical size, but they way its styled it looks like its supposed to fit a little oversized.

post #9987 of 10916

Really? I thought they fit small/tight? 

WTF I'm so confused now. I was going to buy a Lemaire collarless coat but if the Dominik fits a little big then I'll get one of them instead.

post #9988 of 10916
I tried on the beige one at nmwa and didn't find it tight or small. It felt super light and flowy.
post #9989 of 10916

Anyone who has the Duster pants - is the waist TTS/do you think it could be taken in a couple of inches without ruining the structure of the pant?

post #9990 of 10916
Yes true to size. My 50's measure 17.25"
I don't see why there would be issues taking in the waist. It does have a longer rise though which I guess might complicate things.
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