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Altered a pair of Micas I wasn't wearing anymore. What do y'all think?







Fit:

post #17627 of 25701
^ I dig them!
post #17628 of 25701
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Originally Posted by echau View Post

Altered a pair of Micas I wasn't wearing anymore. What do y'all think?







Fit:


They look nice. Great fit and customizations fit the look
post #17629 of 25701

Looking for grey kake mock size medium shipped to Canada. Please pm me if you have one :)

post #17630 of 25701
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Originally Posted by peter1234930 View Post

Size medium jacket, prob could do small. 5'10, 155lbs
post #17631 of 25701
Checked out the collab with United Arrows & Sons / Bergdorf at the "A Good a Time at Goodman's" event today.

1) One of the partners in the company was there, his name was Mike. I was wearing the F/W 2015 riders jacket and he noticed "nice jacket, man." I asked about the pigtail - "we will be redoing that style and releasing again" and when I mentioned Roden Gray he said "oh, they'll be getting it very soon."

2) The collection was excellent quality, the pictures do not do it justice. The Richmond jacket and pants were much better looking in person than I anticipated, however like someone said here I have no use for that sort of outfit really. I bought one of the tees, which seemed as good or better quality than their usual tees. It has a u-shaped bottom with a normal neck.

3) The tags at the U.S. release have JE and Goodman's branding, in Japan it is JE and United Arrows & Sons branding. Per Mike - "There is no good way to put three brands on a tag so we decided to put two."

4) Then we were both highly distracted by the presence of Sir Paul McCartney who actually browsed the collection briefly before wandering over to the Thom Browne section. After saying no to pictures from a couple people, he then went into the fitting room to try something on. When he came back out I introduced myself, told him I was a fan - he then came over and met my wife and baby and made some small talk before leaving with a $1300 baby blue Thom Browne cardigan.


post #17632 of 25701
OG Mike! That's my man
post #17633 of 25701
YOOO I was just talking about U Necks with a regular neck lol. What's the price on the tees????
post #17634 of 25701

For those who have worn their cast stretch obsidians lots.... do they end up looking close to the carbons? I've held both in hand and the cast carbon almost looks like it started similar to the obsidian. Just want to know how the obsidians will end up looking with time before pulling the trigger.

post #17635 of 25701

John Elliott should do a collab with Robert Geller or something.

post #17636 of 25701
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Originally Posted by hyyvii View Post

YOOO I was just talking about U Necks with a regular neck lol. What's the price on the tees????

$85

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Yea I've always felt JE was a streetwear version of Geller.
post #17638 of 25701
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Originally Posted by ng188 View Post

Checked out the collab with United Arrows & Sons / Bergdorf at the "A Good a Time at Goodman's" event today.

1) One of the partners in the company was there, his name was Mike. I was wearing the F/W 2015 riders jacket and he noticed "nice jacket, man." I asked about the pigtail - "we will be redoing that style and releasing again" and when I mentioned Roden Gray he said "oh, they'll be getting it very soon."

2) The collection was excellent quality, the pictures do not do it justice. The Richmond jacket and pants were much better looking in person than I anticipated, however like someone said here I have no use for that sort of outfit really. I bought one of the tees, which seemed as good or better quality than their usual tees. It has a u-shaped bottom with a normal neck.

3) The tags at the U.S. release have JE and Goodman's branding, in Japan it is JE and United Arrows & Sons branding. Per Mike - "There is no good way to put three brands on a tag so we decided to put two."

4) Then we were both highly distracted by the presence of Sir Paul McCartney who actually browsed the collection briefly before wandering over to the Thom Browne section. After saying no to pictures from a couple people, he then went into the fitting room to try something on. When he came back out I introduced myself, told him I was a fan - he then came over and met my wife and baby and made some small talk before leaving with a $1300 baby blue Thom Browne cardigan.
 

 what was price for richmond jacket?

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Is JE producing his shirts at the same place as James Perse? I got one of the washed pocket tee's and the fabric and seam work is identical to James Perse, minus the pocket and cut. 

 

If he is, It's pretty ballsy to charge over $35 more and claim that it's a unique fabric dye when Perse has had the same tee in his arsenal for a decade (which inspired Rick Owens to do his take on the Dark Dust color made in Italy)

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Originally Posted by scanner View Post

Is JE producing his shirts at the same place as James Perse? I got one of the washed pocket tee's and the fabric and seam work is identical to James Perse, minus the pocket and cut. 

If he is, It's pretty ballsy to charge over $35 more and claim that it's a unique fabric dye when Perse has had the same tee in his arsenal for a decade (which inspired Rick Owens to do his take on the Dark Dust color made in Italy)

You mean construction? ALOT of tshirts have the same contruction. James Perse is produced in a factory outside of LA whose name I'm spacing, that does massive numbers. JE is produced in an all in one factory (small) in Vernon. That being said, I've never handled either tee that you're talking about to comment further on the fabric and wash being the same. JE didn't pioneer that dying process.
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