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post #33946 of 36485
Asymmetrical look of the collar is super cool
post #33947 of 36485
Thread Starter 

Christian Kimber Pre-Orders

 

For the Christian Kimber fans out there (that includes yours truly), we've worked with Christian on a very special round of pre-orders for you guys.

 

Christian, who as most of you know, has a great eye for pocket square design and color combinations, came up with two lightweight scarf designs that are beautiful, subtle, tasteful and feel fantastic in a mix of Modal, linen and silk.   We are offering them as a special pre-order right now, and will be launching the scarves exclusively at No Man Walks Alone and Christian's store this fall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He also built on the success of his tote design, to create two new totes, all leather this time, with a great contrast between the grained leather and the smooth calf parts, tasteful patterned stitching to accent the whole thing.  Really wonderful bags, made in Tuscany, an hour outside of Florence - and a great price too.

 

 

 

 

We're expecting scarves deliveries late October, early November;  bags delivery a couple weeks later.   We will update on delivery window as we get closer.

 

This pre-order is not designed as a deposit + balance since the delivery timeline is rather short, so payment is made at the time of order.  Use code PREORDER for your pre-order discount

 

Link : http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/pre-orders.html?makersinfo=255

post #33948 of 36485
East London scarf ordered - the colours are perfect
post #33949 of 36485
East London too.
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Another Rota...another favorite. I wore the tan Irish linen for about 12 hours yesterday with minimal wrinkling. If a 52, definitely grab the last pair for $250.   

 

post #33951 of 36485
Lovely color! I appreciate the "in the wild" picture.

The caption was informative as well, I've long been dissuaded by linen due to the maintanence.
post #33952 of 36485
Linen doesnt really have maintenance. You want the wrinkles
Edited by venividivicibj - 8/8/16 at 8:16am
post #33953 of 36485
You want the wrinkles.
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I can appreciate both. The lighter weight of the Italian linen Rota is also very nice, but the drape and wear of the Irish is unique. 

post #33955 of 36485
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Originally Posted by MrVenneri View Post

You want the wrinkles.

If you don't want the wrinkles, I'm not sure linen is for you.. There are other fabrics that work in the summer time that wouldn't wrinkle as much. (Fresco, tropical wools, some blends, etc)
Edited by venividivicibj - 8/8/16 at 8:16am
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Thread Starter 
You have a point of course, but Irish linen is a good compromise for those who don't like the rumpled look of Italian. If that makes any sense, it develops big wrinkles and folds (especially behind the knees and in the elbows) but still hangs straight because if its stiffness. Italian linen gets more rumpled and wavy.
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East London scarf ordered - the colours are perfect

 

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East London too.

 

joined the club!

post #33958 of 36485
Any hints on incoming fall/winter Port Flannel? Like maybe a return of the CPO jacket from last year, in other colorways? Just maybe?
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joined the club!

+1. Team East London is strong this season.
post #33960 of 36485
I am excited about my Norwegian rain bum freezer. Those must be trickling in at some point in the next month or two.
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