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post #16 of 283
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^thanks. Many sell their stuff over the linked pages. Often the established guys will sell a shitty collection only because of the name, so buy the stuff you like and support the young and hungry.

From Berlin,

post #17 of 283
i can't afford this thread
post #18 of 283
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If you are in the market for new frames, the following are designed and handmade in France from fine woods and ZEISS (!) glass (you know, the stuff leica lenses and the hubble successor are made of). And the prices are half of what your friends pay for plastic,


post #19 of 283
I dig those Delta Black frames. Been looking for a pair of sunglasses for a while too...hmm.
post #20 of 283
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Emma Fenton Villar has designed silk bowties, ties and pocket squares since 2009, but this year started to do shirts as well. Handstitched in england, they look phenomenal and are sold under her label

post #21 of 283
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Some dirt-cheap from Britten shirts here. Details look fantastic.

I just bought the long grey shirt and will report back once I get it. So cheap too!
post #22 of 283
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Some dirt-cheap from Britten shirts here. Details look fantastic.

I just bought the long grey shirt and will report back once I get it. So cheap too!

Bought a blue and white one because at that price, why not.
post #23 of 283
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Next up is a real highlight. Designed in the land of the unpronouncable by Guðmundur Jörundsson (supported by Kormákur Geirharðsson, Skjöldur Sigurjónsson), the second AW collection of the 2010 established label
post #24 of 283
This thread is tremendously good.
post #25 of 283
Amazing stuff so far

But of course this thread is worthless if none of these clothes are on Yoox.
post #26 of 283

Sruli Recht I think is worth a mention. Stuff is hard to find and expensive, but silohuettes and materials are excellent. He doesn't sketch out ideas, working instead by draping fabric onto the mannequin. Webstore is to follow shortly apparently. All these are from his AW12 collection, which I think is his third.

 

Sruli Recht

 

 

 

 

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Next up is a real highlight. Designed in the land of the unpronouncable by Guðmundur Jörundsson (supported by Kormákur Geirharðsson, Skjöldur Sigurjónsson), the second AW collection of the 2010 established label

 

God, that stuff is fantastic... reminds me a little of recent collections by 08sircus... but really, I just can't get enough scuzzy retro-futurist tweed and leather.

post #28 of 283
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post #29 of 283
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^thanks. Many sell their stuff over the linked pages. Often the established guys will sell a shitty collection only because of the name, so buy the stuff you like and support the young and hungry.
From Berlin,

Yes.

Excellent. Great thread.
post #30 of 283
Excellent thread idea and great opening contributions to boot. Waiting For The Sun might have something I have been looking for too...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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