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post #151 of 182
Yeah that looks like them. Thanks!
post #152 of 182
There's new "O Project" stuff up on Coverchord.

I still wish there was some actual sizes instead of one size fits all style.
post #153 of 182

Jan-Jan Van Essche Project #4 is now available at Suspension Point.

 

For Project #4, titled Each One Teach One, Jan-Jan Van Essche contemplates reconstruction and renewal as a creative (and spiritual) process. He celebrates the past while continuing to move forward. A major influence is Boro, a traditional Japanese technique of embroidery patchwork repair, which the designer has re-interpreted into his own vision.

 

 

If you have questions about the designer, specific styles, sizing, or anything else don't hesitate to contact us.

 

Shop the collection at suspensionpoint.ca.

post #154 of 182
O Project has a website now including a list of stockists...seems like it's still only available in Japan. But might help hunting down pieces for a proxy purchase for anyone who's interested.

https://www.o-project.be/
post #155 of 182
That O project looks amazing. Is pricing comprable with his mainline?
post #156 of 182

Supposedly cheaper as it's a diffusion line but yeah it's not really much cheaper.

 

I want the turtleneck bad but either it's not made in bigger sizes or nobody buys bigger sizes since it's all in Japan.

 

And I'm fully aware how horrible it looks here:

 

 

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post #157 of 182
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Originally Posted by ProfMonnitoff View Post

O Project has a website now including a list of stockists...seems like it's still only available in Japan. But might help hunting down pieces for a proxy purchase for anyone who's interested.

https://www.o-project.be/

Are you able to locate the stores that have this Knit top?



And this cardigan:


I would really appreciate your time smile.gif
post #158 of 182
Coverchord has the turtleneck, lantiki had pretty much everything last I checked too. @curiouscharles had talked about hopefully stocking O Project in the future as well.
post #159 of 182

Only just saw this thread but I'm excited to see people talk about O Project. I'm a fan and hope they bring it stateside soon. Couple stockists I like:

 

http://fudgeupnothing.com/?mode=cate&cbid=2111614&csid=0

 

http://rideal.biz/?mode=cate&cbid=2066582&csid=0

 

http://shop.kink-nagoya.com/?mode=cate&cbid=2136372&csid=0

 

and Lantiki of course.

 

I bought a pair of the O Project balloon pants and a hoodie earlier this year from Kink. I love them. Honestly the quality really isn't too far from 'mainline' Jan-Jan. The pieces may not have as many nice details as the usual collections but it's all made in Belgium and maximum comfy. I love that everything's one size fits all. Couldn't afford any of the knit coats but they're very nice in person, definitely my favorite part of the line.

 

I actually didn't own anything from Jan-Jan's regular collections until recently and frankly, I have no clue why I waited so long. Gorgeous fabrics and his stuff pairs perfectly with all of my drapey clothes. Just grabbed a pair of pants from Suspension Point's sale, hoping they fit as well as the ones I already own.

post #160 of 182

New collection from O Project 

 

post #161 of 182
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New collection from O Project 









Omg

When will this be available? Same stockist?
post #162 of 182

Yeah you can probably count on the same stockists previously mentioned, shouldn't arrive until early next year. highly recommend subscribing to Lantiki's emails because they'll definitely mention when the new collection comes in and if it comes in for them, it'll be in the other stores soon after.

 

Some great O Project stuff showed up on Yahoo! recently actually. Dunno if I'm allowed to post links to auctions but there's a massive oversized knit at 10k yen (originally priced around ~60k iirc), and a few shirts.

 

I've been buying JJVE pieces like crazy actually. Probably gonna shift my O Project pants soon now that I have more Jan Jan pants than I know what to do with.

post #163 of 182
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Yeah you can probably count on the same stockists previously mentioned, shouldn't arrive until early next year. highly recommend subscribing to Lantiki's emails because they'll definitely mention when the new collection comes in and if it comes in for them, it'll be in the other stores soon after.

Some great O Project stuff showed up on Yahoo! recently actually. Dunno if I'm allowed to post links to auctions but there's a massive oversized knit at 10k yen (originally priced around ~60k iirc), and a few shirts.

I've been buying JJVE pieces like crazy actually. Probably gonna shift my O Project pants soon now that I have more Jan Jan pants than I know what to do with.

Yeah, no distribution outside Japan yet.

I'll make sure to bug Pietro and Jan-Jan about letting me take on those responsibilities when I visit them in Paris this coming January.

When I mentioned it last trip they seemed interested in the idea... and... well... I want O-Project at my store, so... [lezmakeithappen]
Edited by curiouscharles - 12/7/16 at 10:19pm
post #164 of 182

just ordered another shirt. i think i have a problem.

 

in relevant news, i found the sneakers they often use for JJVE/O Project lookbooks. The brand is called CEBO

 

http://cebo-schoenen.be/

 

the quality probably isn't much compared to military repro-style sneakers like warehouse/cabourn/moonstar but i like the silhouette

post #165 of 182

Selling a knit piece from the Wadada Collection

 

Natural color Yak linen long cardigan in Medium

The color in the pics are off — the real item is a warmer tone.

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