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post #121 of 164

sized wrong on the long cardigan, upper body is fine but it goes to below my knees.

post #122 of 164
Pic? That sounds perfect to me haha
post #123 of 164

The yak is amazing, super thick and warm, weighs like 5 lbs at least. Just having a hard time picturing myself wearing this. On the edge of whether or not to sell, maybe I'm too inexperienced to appreciate the aesthetic, but I definitely don't have anything to wear it with and not sure if I'll ever have. Don't have anything loose and long to break up the black.

 

 

 


Edited by accordion - 12/8/15 at 12:26pm
post #124 of 164
Yeah I see what you mean.
although the obv answer to what to wear it with is more Jan Jan.
post #125 of 164

I wanted some of the earlier pieces but they're impossible to find,

 

 

post #126 of 164
What size is yours? fwiw I think it looks fine, if you sized down it looks like it might be too small.

I have it in size S and it hits just above my knees (I'm 5'11). Also the grey yak is really beautiful and I'm glad I went with it.
post #127 of 164

I'm a large, the geometric top I have underneath is also a large and fits well

post #128 of 164
Photos of the new collection are up on SZ mag. Looks beautiful.

http://www.sz-mag.com/news/2016/02/jan-jan-van-essche-project-4-each-one-teach-one/
post #129 of 164
Just realized my old link didn't work!
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Just realized my old link didn't work!
You are only allowed to post these sales if they link to a Styleforum b&s sale. They must be full listings with no link to other marketplaces other than the same item as an auction on EBay.

Cheers,

Fok.
post #131 of 164
the man himself (ft. hand-woven kimono vest from Project #3)

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I wanted some of the earlier pieces but they're impossible to find,






he did some similar boro detailings for the upcoming "fw16" collection [each one teach one], hopefully some retailers pick them up but they really did add to the price quite significantly.

the cuts, at least, continue to be refined & mature - any jan-jan fan is only going to appreciate what's coming more & more.

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the man himself (ft. hand-woven kimono vest from Project #3)


love this man, seriously such a good human being.
post #133 of 164

Hey everyone,

 

Our entire delivery for the Jan-Jan Van Essche Collection #6 is now online.

 

 

For this season, quite a few styles are made with an amazing ramie, among other fabrics that are superb for warm weather (linen, ramie-linen, crepe cotton for example). As always, Jan-Jan Van Essche has put out some fantastic pieces for his newest collection. People who have preordered for this season are very happy with what they received.

 

 

If you haven't already, check out the lookbook as well.

 

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Also:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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the man himself (ft. hand-woven kimono vest from Project #3)

 

We still have only one left! Woven by hand on an antique loom in the studio just for that season.

post #134 of 164
@SuspensionPoint and anybody else that might be able to help.
Would sizin down on the Ramie long shirt be ok? I'm typically an XL, but those don't exist, obviously the measurements are fine but I don't want to completely lose the intended fit.
It seems like it would be fine, like it would still be oversized and loose, just not as exaggerated, which I'm fine with. But I figured I'd ask in case I'm missing something.
Thanks.
post #135 of 164
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

@SuspensionPoint and anybody else that might be able to help.
Would sizin down on the Ramie long shirt be ok? I'm typically an XL, but those don't exist, obviously the measurements are fine but I don't want to completely lose the intended fit.
It seems like it would be fine, like it would still be oversized and loose, just not as exaggerated, which I'm fine with. But I figured I'd ask in case I'm missing something.
Thanks.

 

With Jan-Jan, you can definitely go down (or up) on the shirt and the fit will be quite similar. The only real noticeable changes between sizes are the lengths (sleeves and overall).

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