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post #121 of 1716
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Gary + the other dudes at Drinkwaters:

Will you guys be posting photos of your buys at some point? I'm eager to see some more non-look book shots of this season's stuff

Yes sir- Gary said he'll post them up here as soon as EG officially puts up their lookbook out of respect for Daiki and the guys at Nepenthes. Yes, it's been online for some time now on a bunch of sites, but unless I'm mistaken, I don't think it was any of those guys who uploaded it so early... Stay tuned!
post #122 of 1716

Looks like nepenthes got their first drop of FW in.
post #123 of 1716
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

I'm wondering how thick the charcoal wp fabric is, also if the ldt jacket in that fabric is fully lined or not, any insight here?

 

It's wool herringbone so yes it's going to be very cosy and warm. I have 3 Landsdowns they're all fully lined. I'm sure thats the case this year. The Paisley printed LDT jacket has won me over in the printed sports coat family so far. It has a matching Irving pant and LDT vest as well as a tie! Insane and very cool.

 

The Pea jacket and the overparka are amazing! If that parka comes in red [men's range] i'm going to go simply mental.

post #124 of 1716
Thanks /\
Crossing fingers hoping its not too warm for SoCal.

PSA,
I have some xs-small eg items fs on ebay, pm if interested.
post #125 of 1716
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It's wool herringbone so yes it's going to be very cosy and warm. I have 3 Landsdowns they're all fully lined. I'm sure thats the case this year. The Paisley printed LDT jacket has won me over in the printed sports coat family so far. It has a matching Irving pant and LDT vest as well as a tie! Insane and very cool.

The Pea jacket and the overparka are amazing! If that parka comes in red [men's range] i'm going to go simply mental.

Not sure how you manage to wear all this in Sydney climate?! I've got a few AW jackets which I will be lucky to wear a handful of times in current winter weather.... I am wishing it was colder here during winter, just so there are more opportunities to layer up.

I'm keen to see the khaki coloured pieces seen in the rack shown below.

post #126 of 1716
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Originally Posted by El QUaG View Post

Not sure how you manage to wear all this in Sydney climate?! I've got a few AW jackets which I will be lucky to wear a handful of times in current winter weather.... I am wishing it was colder here during winter, just so there are more opportunities to layer up.

I'm keen to see the khaki coloured pieces seen in the rack shown below.


Haha we have cold days but this week I've been sporting lighter weight clothes SS to be exact - my sports jackets aren't as heavy as you think -- denim, corduroy and uniform serge mainly and the NyCo ripstop jackets from FW12 then simply shirts and a vest or shoulder hoody (tie depending on what I'm wearing) underneath. If it's warm, jacket comes off - simple. But to your point 20oz wool Melton is a no go here...
post #127 of 1716
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Originally Posted by El QUaG View Post

Not sure how you manage to wear all this in Sydney climate?! I've got a few AW jackets which I will be lucky to wear a handful of times in current winter weather.... I am wishing it was colder here during winter, just so there are more opportunities to layer up.

Amen to that....
Before I moved from canada, dressing for year round weather up north was awesome,,,, but now I rarely get to play with layers, hats or scarfs down in socal.
post #128 of 1716

Since there's abit of discussion on weather, may I ask if corduroy can be worn all-year round or only during cold weather (ie. spring, autumn & winter)?

post #129 of 1716
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Since there's abit of discussion on weather, may I ask if corduroy can be worn all-year round or only during cold weather (ie. spring, autumn & winter)?

 

This may be more of a personal preference, but I wear my corduroy workadays year round so you should be fine in the summer unless it's really hot. 

 

Sometimes corduroy can be really heavy but you'll know just from handling it if it's winter weight. 


Edited by the year 1492 - 7/17/13 at 1:11am
post #130 of 1716
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Since there's abit of discussion on weather, may I ask if corduroy can be worn all-year round or only during cold weather (ie. spring, autumn & winter)?

 

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Originally Posted by the year 1492 View Post

 

This may be more of a personal preference, but I wear mine corduroy workadays year round so you should be fine in the summer unless it's really hot. 

 

Sometimes corduroy can be really heavy but you'll know just from handling it if it's winter weight. 

 

Mainline pieces use different weights of corduroy -- dependant on the season. This SS13 collection had light weight 8W cord shorts. This FW13 has corduroy Long Beach Pants -- my guess 11W or even heavier. I recommend the Workaday cords as well, it'll handle spring, autumn and winter just fine.

post #131 of 1716
Surprised no one posted this yet:

Big update @ http://engineeredgarments.jp/?eid=417

I like a lot of it but no must-buy items for me. Love that round collar shirt except for the contrast collar and sleeves.facepalm.gif
post #132 of 1716

Like the black watch shirt .. no parka or railroad pics yet ..

post #133 of 1716
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post #134 of 1716
I'm intrigued by the Matt pant. Is this the first season they've done that design? I really like the way it's styled in the lookbook.

Can anyone compare the differences between the reverse sateen, cavalry twill, and coated heavy twill?
post #135 of 1716
Huh... Same fabric?
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