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post #5821 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Mobius5 View Post

Apologies if I missed this further up the thread... are there any UK based suppliers for Eidos other than Mr Porter? Trunk Clothiers don't seem to have any stock this season.

I'm particularly interested in the beige Lorenzo flannel, size 50, or perhaps depending on cut 52.

Thanks

marcusmalmborg.com is what everyone is raving about above, and is EU (Stockholm), so should be a similar e-commerce experience to mr porter. not so sure about the level of stock - already sold out of the suit i was eying in my size and it's only been live a few days.
post #5822 of 6279

Yeah, I very nearly put the order in on Marcus' site, but hesitated as I'm a difficult fit for trousers and it's quite likely I'd need to order two sizes and return one pair (and then be $40 down on restocking fee).

 

Now they're already gone in 50 and 52, so just wondering if anyone had them in the UK.

post #5823 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Mobius5 View Post

Yeah, I very nearly put the order in on Marcus' site, but hesitated as I'm a difficult fit for trousers and it's quite likely I'd need to order two sizes and return one pair (and then be $40 down on restocking fee).

Now they're already gone in 50 and 52, so just wondering if anyone had them in the UK.

Trunk is our only UK vendor and they do have stock this season, its just not up yet. That said, Marcus is the only store that buys the Lorenzo model (I believe NMWA had it for pre order but didnt buy regular stock).
post #5824 of 6279
Thank you goes out to the crew that came through Unionmade last night and made Q and I feel at home. We are so proud to be sold in that store and properly represented in San Fran. If you couldn't make it out, hopefully we'll catch you next season.

In other news, Eidos drop 2 of 3 hit Mr. Porter yesterday. The standouts to me are the overdyed Italian military tweed buttonless, belted ulster coat and the throat latch band collar knit shirt made from Japanese Ai indigo yarn dyed jersey. Special silhouettes in unique textiles that won't be repeated.
post #5825 of 6279
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

Thank you goes out to the crew that came through Unionmade last night and made Q and I feel at home. We are so proud to be sold in that store and properly represented in San Fran. If you couldn't make it out, hopefully we'll catch you next season.

In other news, Eidos drop 2 of 3 hit Mr. Porter yesterday. The standouts to me are the overdyed Italian military tweed buttonless, belted ulster coat and the throat latch band collar knit shirt made from Japanese Ai indigo yarn dyed jersey. Special silhouettes in unique textiles that won't be repeated.

 

 

Link for those as lazy as me.

post #5826 of 6279
The belted Ulster coat is simply ridiculous - stunning, instakop if I didn't already have a double breasted ulster...
post #5827 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Cityplace View Post

The belted Ulster coat is simply ridiculous - stunning, instakop if I didn't already have a double breasted ulster...

 

Well, now that brings up the age-old question: how many ulsters is too many ulsters?

post #5828 of 6279
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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

Well, now that brings up the age-old question: how many ulsters is too many ulsters?

I wouldn't even really consider this an Ulster as the overall silhouette feels a lot different on. I designed it a full size large, with the idea that when you wrap and belt it you get a really striking yet soft, casual silhouette. An Ulster feels like a dressy coat to me and this is really not that. It obviously could be worn with tailoring but I'm planning on wearing mine with oversized, chunky knitwear and beat up denim.
post #5829 of 6279
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

I wouldn't even really consider this an Ulster as the overall silhouette feels a lot different on. I designed it a full size large, with the idea that when you wrap and belt it you get a really striking yet soft, casual silhouette. An Ulster feels like a dressy coat to me and this is really not that. It obviously could be worn with tailoring but I'm planning on wearing mine with oversized, chunky knitwear and beat up denim.

Antonio, should I take my usual Eidos size for Carlo belted ie same Hunting/Field jackets?
post #5830 of 6279
Anyway I can do a MTM or MTO order for the field jacket? NMWA has a great donegal navy one but I just own too many navy jackets.....
post #5831 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Antonio, should I take my usual Eidos size for Carlo belted ie same Hunting/Field jackets?

Depends on how you want it to fit. As I said, it is deliberately oversized so if you want it to fit like a normal overcoat, then I would size down.
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Originally Posted by Ennius View Post

Anyway I can do a MTM or MTO order for the field jacket? NMWA has a great donegal navy one but I just own too many navy jackets.....

Unfortunately no but may I suggest this?
post #5832 of 6279
For the many of you that have asked, a full size run of the Matera is now live on barneys.com so if you missed your size at Martin Patrick, Gentry or Unionmade, Barney's should have you covered.

Further, most of our stockists that have ecomm now have some - if not all - of their product live on their sites. I've updated the "Stockists" page on our site with hyperlinks to all stores that offer our product online. Clicking the link will take you directly to our entire offering on each site so you don't have to search around.
post #5833 of 6279
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

For the many of you that have asked, a full size run of the Matera is now live on barneys.com so if you missed your size at Martin Patrick, Gentry or Unionmade, Barney's should have you covered.

Further, most of our stockists that have ecomm now have some - if not all - of their product live on their sites. I've updated the "Stockists" page on our site with hyperlinks to all stores that offer our product online. Clicking the link will take you directly to our entire offering on each site so you don't have to search around.

this is great, antonio, really appreciate it --- having to open up 50 tabs and google each stockist was not fun.

also, do you know what number sizes the letter sizes on the matera page correspond to? i'm guessing S is a 46?
post #5834 of 6279
XS - 46, S - 48 and so on.
post #5835 of 6279
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


Depends on how you want it to fit. As I said, it is deliberately oversized so if you want it to fit like a normal overcoat, then I would size down.
Unfortunately no but may I suggest this?

Antonio,

 

Thanks for the kind suggestion.  It looks like the L/42 size is already gone on that version.

 

When will you next be in NYC for a trunk show?  I am assuming I can get a MTO/MTM as such event.....

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