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post #28561 of 36405

This is hyper specific, but I would love if you guys offered a true navy S&C shawl collared cardigan (again?). The burgundy version is my absolute favorite piece of knitwear (even after my dry cleaner shrunk it  :brick:) and a navy version would be perfect.

 

S&C prohibits so many people from importing to US, and I would rather get it from you guys away. Would buy the minute it was released.

post #28562 of 36405

Please Eidos preorders.  The offerings for the season were awesome, but needed Short sizing.

 

Liked the tweed fabric choices.  Not a fan of Casentino personally, would be great to see non-casentino fabric variety.  

 

Maybe more interesting but easy to wear fabrics.

post #28563 of 36405
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I understand the predicament well. But I don't think we'll ever stock sizes outside of the 46-56 spectrum. Even if there's one or two fabrics every season that you like and would want to get, we couldn't stock every fabric in that size just in case. We've had pre-orders and MTO from 44S to 62R with Formosa. I understand the hesitation but this is one case where people need to be willing to take a leap of faith.
I completely understand and agree it would be silly to stock every fabric in this size. I was more just hoping it would be something similar to you stocking limited sized items in your personal favorite fabric, since we've all grown to trust you with this anyways. In my mind I feel you would definitely make sells to the specific group of people, but I'm definitely no expert and you obviously know what's best for your business. Thanks for the honest reply Greg!
post #28564 of 36405

Rota preorders again, maybe a larger selection of swatches, and we can narrow down using something like the formosa system?

post #28565 of 36405
Eidos preorders
More cool Inis linen
Geller bomber preorder

I'm probably the only one, but I'd like to see a Vass black punch cap, on the F last, with beveled sole and metal caps, sans medallion of any kind.
post #28566 of 36405

I doubt that it's even possible to order older stock but I regret not picking up the

 

ts(s) quilted blazer in dusty burgundy herringbone

 

and the

 

Eidos Field Hunting Jacket in Oatmeal

 

 

I couldn't figure out the right sizing on the ts(s) piece (I wear size 4 shirts and 5 trousers) since I haven't tried on outerwear from that brand before and didn't want to swallow the customs fees if I had to return it. I remember going back and forth via email with Kyle about whether to get size 4 or 5, and before I could make my decision, it was gone.

 

With the Eidos piece I should have done the MTO that NMWA had earlier in 2015 since I need it in a short but I obviously couldn't make up my mind on that one either! Ha.

 

So anything for FW16 that would come close to the above that I mentioned would be ideal.

 

Also: I loved the recent Christian Kimber x Eidos collaboration and would definitely be interested in their offerings if they were going to do it again for FW16.

 

Regarding their collaboration: I really wanted the Thompson Belted Cardigan in Navy but it was sold out rather quickly. And the washed limited edition field jacket was really nice but a bit too much for such a casual piece. I did pick up the other piece I coveted in the suede chukkas.

 

Here are a couple of pics:

 

 


Edited by Invertigo - 1/2/16 at 7:58pm
post #28567 of 36405
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Originally Posted by Invertigo View Post

I doubt that it's even possible to order older stock but I regret not picking up the

ts(s) quilted blazer in dusty burgundy herringbone

and the

Eidos Field Hunting Jacket in Oatmeal


I couldn't figure out the right sizing on the ts(s) piece (I wear size 4 shirts and 5 trousers) since I haven't tried on outerwear from that brand before and didn't want to swallow the customs fees if I had to return it. I remember going back and forth via email with Kyle about whether to get size 4 or 5, and before I could make my decision, it was gone.

With the Eidos piece I should have done the MTO that NMWA had earlier in 2015 since I need it in a short but I obviously couldn't make up my mind on that one either! Ha.

So anything for FW16 that would come close to the above that I mentioned would be ideal.

Also: I loved the recent Christian Kimber x Eidos collaboration and would definitely be interested in their offerings if they were going to do it again for FW16.

Good call on TS(S) quilted blazer in burgundy herringbone. I have it in blue herringbone and it's one of my favorite casual jackets. It's amazing. I'll be in for burgundy as well.
post #28568 of 36405
The Document trousers are probably my favorite purchase all year, from any store. I would love to see more stuff like that. I feel as though Schneider kinda hits the same tone but those pants don't fit me, so they don't count.

Unionmade also picked up some ts(s) flannels that you guys skipped on, but I'd be kidding myself if I said I'd be picking them up at full price, so grabbing some next year for my sake would be foolish.

Also seemed to me that you guys picked up an astonishing amount of spectacular outerwear. Good problem for us as customers to have, but we can only wear so many coats at a time.
post #28569 of 36405
I see some lovely Inglese shirts on their Instagram, wouldn't mind seeing more of their line.
post #28570 of 36405

Document was by far my favorite new maker (speaking of which, @coolron you're unfortunately going to have another fur hood to button on when you get back on Monday :D). 

 

If Minotaur would make gradient coats in XXL I would preorder that so fast.  

 

I know you have previously stocked the crocus from Heschung, but I thought I might also lobby for the Arum (here in black caviar leather)

 

post #28571 of 36405

The brushed cotton G Inglese shirt checked shirts are maybe my favorite shirts I've ever owned. It's such a cliche to claim that something can be dressed up or down and I've found that almost everything that claims to pull double duty can't (and often ends up failing on both counts), those shirts actually excel in both worlds. Anything in a similar fabric in more checks or solids would be an instant purchase for me.

 

I also really love the S&C slim-fit cashmere sweaters. If there was one in a natural or a cream or maybe a slate blue, I'd be all over those as well.

post #28572 of 36405
Another vote for Eidos and Schneider preorders. Stupidly slept on the Memory color block coat and hoping we see something comparably eccentric and bad ass next time.

Also more Inglese button down collar shirts - it's the perfect collar roll and they are only 1-2 fabrics a season in bd and they sell out immediately.
post #28573 of 36405

@baltimoron Nice choice! The fur hood isn't that bad once you get the hang of it.

post #28574 of 36405

something like this please, maybe with a detachable shearling collar!

 

and more Camoshita please!

post #28575 of 36405

1. GRP A1 Style Cardigans (more please)

2. Eidos Hunting Jacket Preorders

3. Frank Leder Outerwear (Deutschleder jacket in different fabrics: tweed, mohair?)

4. T S(S) impressed with some of their outerwear offerings this season and I would like to see more

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