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Medium in parka. L in melange sweater and band collar shirt.

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I discovered this weekend that... CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90 +  = fun/awesome. I think the Bigi copper is sold out, but the dark rust is still available, which also looks sweet. And the marled navy is still available in larger sizes. Someone might want to grab one before they are forced to brave the F/W season without it  :D 

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For those interested, the Eidos spring 16 campaign is live and I'm happy to say look one will be coming to NMWA soon.

Peep the whole thing here.
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I like that navy field jacket, and that beige-ish with red stripe blouson/overshirt/whatever it is is intriguing. I like the roughness of its fabric -- any deets you can share?

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I like that navy field jacket, and that beige-ish with red stripe blouson/overshirt/whatever it is is intriguing. I like the roughness of its fabric -- any deets you can share?

The field jacket (its actually charcoal) is a new season specific model called the trapunto. I tried to push Greg into it but he stuck with the Ragosta you all know and love.

The blouson is an update to our old model and the fabric is an exclusive wool and silk I designed with Pray to replicate the feeling of vintage hand woven French grain sacks. The colors were chosen to match the yarn in Smith Woolens solaro, which Greg will be carrying in the NMWA model.
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The field jacket (its actually charcoal) is a new season specific model called the trapunto. I tried to push Greg into it but he stuck with the Ragosta you all know and love.

The blouson is an update to our old model and the fabric is an exclusive wool and silk I designed with Pray to replicate the feeling of vintage hand woven French grain sacks. The colors were chosen to match the yarn in Smith Woolens solaro, which Greg will be carrying in the NMWA model.

What is the place where it was shot?

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What is the place where it was shot?

Formentera
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That suit looks incredible on you greg.
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Formentera

Thank you, and needless to say amazing collection once again, and looking forward to it.

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Sick of seeing the 50L Formosa hopsack in stock so I grabbed it...along with the Eidos grey/brown herringbone.

Speaking of the Formosa hopsack..

Some crappy photos from today. I could comfortably wear the jacket in 36 C weather.

Also: Tie Your Tie, Drakes and Vass









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For those who have the Portuguese Flannel shirts for some time now, how much did the shirt shrink with wear and wash?

I am a typical 38R top and tried on a large. It's comfortable and not overly long though I can cuff the sleeves, otherwise, the cuffs come down to about my knuckles when buttoned.

Can I expect this to shrink with wash and dry (low heat) over time or am I better off with a size medium.

FWIW I am about a 15.5 neck size. (Size 39 - 87 in Kamakura Tokyo Slim Fit suits me well.)
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I'm roughly a 39 if it existed. Sleeves were a touch long on the PF Large and the shirt was a bit big overall, but I've been able to shrink them all to where the sleeves fall where I prefer and the shirt, while still relaxed, fits much better. Not sure the amount overall, maybe I can measure tonight.
Edited by DLJr - 1/13/16 at 6:06am
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Also extremely easy to have the sleeves shortened if the rest of the fit is good
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