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post #196 of 222
Still too bright out for a decent full length shot, but here's a preview

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post #198 of 222
^ that's a really great coat.
post #199 of 222
@el Bert @Severisth

Looks fantastic. Quite long, which I like. Knee length?

How would you say it is in terms of thickness, warmth and structure?
post #200 of 222
On me (and bert I'd imagine since we're about the same height) It hits below knee with a size 48, but I'm 5'9", so YMMV. The purple melange is very thick material, though there's no additional padding in the lining or anything so I'd say fall & winter coat. The material also isn't a stiff or structured wool, so it's very soft & flow-y if that makes any sense.
post #201 of 222
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Originally Posted by Severisth View Post

On me (and bert I'd imagine since we're about the same height) It hits below knee with a size 48, but I'm 5'9", so YMMV. The purple melange is very thick material, though there's no additional padding in the lining or anything so I'd say fall & winter coat. The material also isn't a stiff or structured wool, so it's very soft & flow-y if that makes any sense.

 

Ok, sounds great. Thanks for the information.

 

I'm 6'3 so I guess it would fit me like in the lookbook.

I don't like wearing bulky outerwear (or pretty much any clothes in general) or structured coats so it sounds pretty much perfect. Almost bummed I missed it, but my guess is that there will be more opportunities for something similar.

post #202 of 222

Peir Wu Travel Series

Kennedy Magazine

 

Travel Series shot at Billingsgate Fish Market by Sirui Ma

 

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The full shoot can be found here:

http://kennedymagazine.com/peir-wu-travel-series-by-sirui-ma/

post #203 of 222
Anyone own the Yamada Moto pants, specifically from AW16?

Would appreciate some input on fit and sizing.
Edited by conceptionist - 8/18/16 at 12:58am
post #204 of 222
haven't tried yamada but the older moto pants are TTS (with a comfortable amount of 'drape') if that helps at all. kind of slim slouchy fit: roomy top block with a strong, but not extreme, taper.
post #205 of 222
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

haven't tried yamada but the older moto pants are TTS (with a comfortable amount of 'drape') if that helps at all. kind of slim slouchy fit: roomy top block with a strong, but not extreme, taper.

Yeah, I had the SS14 tropical wool moto pants which I wore so much they eventually tore. Also have the FW13 in wool that Suspension Point has. The fit is not the same for the two, and apparently the cut has been adjusted again for this season and ahead. Both mine fit well in waist (TTS, 17" across in size 48) but the taper and length is different, where the FW13 version is a bit narrow and cropped for me at 6'3. They should be longer and not as tapered to the knee now, but I'm not sure about the top block. My concern is that maybe I have to get a 50 and tailor down the waist.
post #206 of 222
I'd also be curious to hear about how the Yamada pants fit. I've never owned any Nylon pants, kinda want some as a summer option.

(also, someone sell me some older season pants in a size 48)
post #207 of 222
I own the AW16 Yamada pants in the breathable nylon fabric. The fabric has a kind of crinkled texture and you wouldn't immediately think nylon when you saw it. They're super lightweight and will be great for most temperatures. I own them in a 46 and the cut is best described as a slim straight. I'd definitely recommend them.

From Peir: "I’m glad the final production for the trouser nylon came out much softer than the initial sample fabric used for the sales prototype, so when we received the final production it felt exceptionally good. it’s water resistant, and breathable (you should try to pour some water on it. it’s a funny party trick). People are often surprised when i tell them it’s 100% nylon. The trouser shape is new and improved - we’d lifted the back knee seam from the previous iteration, and it’s worked well for everyone. So we’ll be keeping this shape as a permanent style now."

I'm looking at the Tourist shirt and Ergo pants this time around.
post #208 of 222
Those new tourist shirts look really nice, trying to decide which color I want to get
post #209 of 222
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Originally Posted by AlexInExile View Post

I own the AW16 Yamada pants in the breathable nylon fabric. The fabric has a kind of crinkled texture and you wouldn't immediately think nylon when you saw it. They're super lightweight and will be great for most temperatures. I own them in a 46 and the cut is best described as a slim straight. I'd definitely recommend them.

From Peir: "I’m glad the final production for the trouser nylon came out much softer than the initial sample fabric used for the sales prototype, so when we received the final production it felt exceptionally good. it’s water resistant, and breathable (you should try to pour some water on it. it’s a funny party trick). People are often surprised when i tell them it’s 100% nylon. The trouser shape is new and improved - we’d lifted the back knee seam from the previous iteration, and it’s worked well for everyone. So we’ll be keeping this shape as a permanent style now."

I'm looking at the Tourist shirt and Ergo pants this time around.

 

Thanks for the info.

 

So you wouldn't say the cut has volume in the top block as with previous versions? 

The SS14 and FW13 moto pants had quite roomy upper imo with the longer rise and somewhat wider thigh that tapered to the hem.

I typically need a 48 waist but 50 legs (or simply a cut with enough room in the upper), and so I am debating whether the cut will allow me to go with a 48 or I should take a 50. For pants with longer rises a 48 usually suffice, whereas slim pants with normal/shallow rises I need a 50.

 

Ergo pants look great.

 

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Originally Posted by Severisth View Post

Those new tourist shirts look really nice, trying to decide which color I want to get

 

Facing the same dilemma myself.

post #210 of 222
They still have the long rise and a little bit of volume in the top.The taper definitely isn't as aggressive as previous versions though, but that's also because I asked her to leave a little more room for my calves. I'm sure if you tell Peir your thigh measurement she can make something work.

Are you guys going to go TTS for the Tourist shirt or size down? I'm debating a 46 or 48...
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