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post #121 of 124
I agree on that it would make more sense to keep the presence on smaller boutiques and webshops, in order to not lose the mystery and exclusivity around the brand.

Imo LNCC kinda lost its cred and uniqueness when they got bought up a while back. Their stock is not as interesting or fresh any more.
post #122 of 124
Yes, but exclusivity and mystery only are meaningful if you actually make enough money to stay in business.
post #123 of 124

Mystery, I don't know. Selling only, "avant garde" is not easy, look how Atelier had to shut down a while back. That's why brands like Acne, and others are in the mix, to make some money in order to be sustainable. E.g. H.Lorenzo carries a ton of crap like Fear of God, Antonioli carries a load of HBA. Sure LN-CC has slowed down since the Italians bought them, but it's still a good place to find some interesting buys. Can always count on them to deliver something good from two or three brands currently stocked. 



My powermesh shirt finally got to NY, just gotta pick it up at the post office tomorrow, can't wait. 

post #124 of 124

Hi all,


Following on from our last post about the AW 14/15 fabrics, here are some detail shots of some pieces people have been enquiring about:





Our friend Robin in Wu Suit: Classic Unstructured Blazer (in black) and Kline Pants (in black)


/ Peir in Tailored Lab Coat (in melange grey)


Robin is 5’8” and wearing a size 44








Moto MA-1 Bomber Jacket (in navy gabardine)


Side-notched detail / fleece and ripstop quilted lining / elastic and webbing collar and pockets










Tunic Shirt (also available in dark navy)


Elastic sleeve hem finish / all our shirts with 2 piece sleeve for a tailored fit.







Any questions or comments always welcome here, or at andy@peirwu.com

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