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post #5566 of 6235
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Originally Posted by Chas Knight View Post

Just got the first drop of AW16: An amazing cream btn down with the best one piece collar that extends into the placket that I am now in love with (have only previously seen on Isaia). Open, soft weave and amazing details abound. For some reason we didn't order it in my size (wtf) so I am out of luck personally. 












Our Courtier button down - A new model that will only be available this season. All button-down collared shirts have this collar/placket construction this season. Think of it as the Lupo version of a classic OCBD.

The collar shape itself is based on my father's college brooks brothers oxford from 1964. The collar is completely unlined (like all our collars) and the one piece construction is something you don't often see in a button down collar. The fabric is a natural, undyed Japanese oxford with a slightly irregular weave from the famed Shuttle Notes mill.
post #5567 of 6235
That's beautiful. Worth the $600 I'm sure Nordstroms Vancouver will charge for it.
post #5568 of 6235
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Originally Posted by Chas Knight View Post

Actually we have it for $265

Dibs on size 41. Int'l shipping possible, I hope?
post #5569 of 6235
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Originally Posted by Chas Knight View Post

Actually we have it for $265

Amazing collar. Can't wait to get my hands on one!

Ditto I need a 41 in it as well! @Chas Knight can you hook me up?
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MP3 had this in Navy. I'm ashamed to say I didn't pick it up and scope it out—I noticed it toward the end of my visit and was basically out of time. I wish I'd have put it on and snapped a pic at the very least
post #5571 of 6235

Coachman has their first Eidos shipment in and I was able to try a few things on over the weekend. Highlights include:

 

Work shirt in a deep & dark indigo dye. I loved this shirt.

 

Thompson Belted Cardigan in Navy. Fit me much better than the one from last F/W.

 

Field Jacket in an unlined Char Brown wool. Beautiful fabric. Felt like wearing a flannel shirt but in the best way possible.

 

They had a few more things and also expect another shipment. As always, they're happy to help you over the phone (no e-commerce). 

post #5572 of 6235
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Originally Posted by Chas Knight View Post

Actually we have it for $265

"We" as in Vancouver Nordstrom? Genuinely curious, as I'd like to check it out sometime. I've had sticker-shock at their prices in the past.
post #5573 of 6235
hey guys, i think im gonna list my recently picked up eidos blue subtle pow suit in the pimo cut, size 52. would be looking for $570ish. can't get the pants let out enough frown.gif ill throw it up on ebay, but wanted to see if anyone here wanted a shot first. 1/2 lined, lighter weight fabric, 2 patch pockets + a welt chest pocket.
post #5574 of 6235
Lawrence Covell also has some new Eidos up...
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

MP3 had this in Navy. I'm ashamed to say I didn't pick it up and scope it out—I noticed it toward the end of my visit and was basically out of time. I wish I'd have put it on and snapped a pic at the very least

You mean this?

It's an Albiate donegal denim and it is awesome. As I said, every button down collar shirt this season has this collar/placket construction. This one was one of my favorites as well. I custom developed a super soft flannel check with Grandi and Rubinelli and then overdyed it navy.

One of the things you'll notice when all our offerings drop is that there is no white in the collection this season. We overdyed most sport shirts that had a light ground for a richer, more fall feeling.
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quick question: i quite like these beltless tenero suit trousers, but the side adjusters seem not to really work (they don't hold). i always have trousers taken in and these are no exception, but i suppose the tailor left a bit of room to accommodate the adjusters. is there a trick to improving their hold, or do i just need to get them taken in again?
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post #5578 of 6235
Working at home-wear



Lupo, Arjak and Gustin jeans.
post #5579 of 6235
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

hey guys, i think im gonna list my recently picked up eidos blue subtle pow suit in the pimo cut, size 52. would be looking for $570ish. can't get the pants let out enough frown.gif ill throw it up on ebay, but wanted to see if anyone here wanted a shot first. 1/2 lined, lighter weight fabric, 2 patch pockets + a welt chest pocket.

photos? where did you get the suit, and did someone already attempt to get pants let out or did your tailor just look at them and tell you it ain't happening?
post #5580 of 6235
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

Our Courtier button down - A new model that will only be available this season. All button-down collared shirts have this collar/placket construction this season. Think of it as the Lupo version of a classic OCBD.

The collar shape itself is based on my father's college brooks brothers oxford from 1964. The collar is completely unlined (like all our collars) and the one piece construction is something you don't often see in a button down collar. The fabric is a natural, undyed Japanese oxford with a slightly irregular weave from the famed Shuttle Notes mill.

how do these size? i wear 41 in dress shirts and sport shirts.
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