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post #16 of 32
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What is the color called and how much are we talking?
I guess the color would be tan w/orange stripe. At the time, last year, they were EUR180 without shipping or taxes.
post #17 of 32
Here's my effort: -Kenzo boots - French made by I don't who -C&J Tavistock handgrade -Hiltl fine-wale corduroys from Germany -Zegna merino mockneck  - gets tons of use and still going strong after two years -Armor Lux blue t-shirt -Diesel Rabox -Descente bike jersey - very flattering fit for tight lycra...
post #18 of 32
Here's my attempt w/ a few favorites: Raw Dior Homme skinny jeans Grey wool w/ cotton insert Comme Des Garcons jacket Etro Striped Shirt Black Les Hommes shirt with placket deconstructed details Black Costume National dual monk strap shoes White vintage German military trainers- made by Adidas in the 70's (Dior Homme copied this design this season)
post #19 of 32
Tusting "clipper" bag Orange tie is Robert Talbott BOC White short sleeve linen shirt is INC (international concepts) Wool Vest by Filson Gray Pants are Paul Stuart cashmere Black pants are Cuseri super 100's Red and Pink ties are both T.M. Lewin Blue shirt is Zegna end-on-end with red silk knots (Jantzen) Black blazer with white contrast stitching is Trea (bought from Sartorial Solutions) Straw hat is Dorfman Pacific Shoes are AE's Boots are Clarks Watches are Seiko (round one) and Bulova (rectangle one) -Tom
post #20 of 32
I had to cheat - one pic for dress (OK, 2)  and one for casual: John Lobb "William" shoes, Edward Green/RLPL "Cardiff" cap-toes, dove grey Luciano Barbera flat front flannel trousers, light tan gabs by Oxxford, Anderson & Sheppard blue/black birdseye suit, navy Luciano Barbera Sartoriale sportcoat with French blue and green windowpane stripes, blue cotton Sartoria Castangia blazer, Borrelli shirts - olive solid and golden yellow and cream stripe, Edward Green/RLPL old-style tassel loafers, Edward Green/RLPL Stowe monk straps. Vass black shell cordovan combat boots, Levi's Premium "Austin" bootcut jeans, Kiton long casual coat, Luciano Barbera olive cotton safari/military jacket, Cantarelli black cotton/cashmere corduroy sportcoat, Ferragamo handmade split-toe shoes, John Varvatos dark brown pebble-grain chukka boots, Attolini Sartorio dark olive 50% silk/50% cashmere cords, Borrelli distressed chambray shirt, Longhi brown suede belt, D-ring belts in black and tan by Ralph Lauren Purple Label.
post #21 of 32
Holy shit, Andrew, you have the most gorgious wardrobe I have ever seen. And you even photograph it nicely.
post #22 of 32
Congtratulations on such a lovely collection. You have alot of brown. Well done son.
post #23 of 32
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Jeans: PD&C slim, bootcut fit with rips and tears
Thread derail: Are these the LTD, the GTO, or something else? I'm largely clueless when it comes to PDC jeans, but ideally, I'd like to get a pair that are fairly slim up top, but with a boot-cut/flared leg.
post #24 of 32
Andrew, Very nice -- understated, classic and tasteful. Wish I had every one of those pieces
post #25 of 32
Wish I had access to a digital camera. I'll try. Anyways, a list: 1) Paper denim 1-year GTO (dark, slim bootcut jeans) and ICON clone wash jeans. 2) Moleskin snap button shirt/jackets by Jil Sander (circa 1997) - one in brown, the other in burnt orange. 3) Costume National mid-length moleskin jacket in dark brown 4) Indian red/brown Prada stretch poplin shirt in a hybrid western style, with buttons made into snaps (did that myself). 5) Baltazar iron cross belt - rich brown strap with white crosses. 6) Dark brown Prada buckle back boots from the F/W "western" season.;. 7) Many, many pairs of sneakers. I currently wear the brown beige camo Nike Vandals, and switch them with my Reebok limited edition beige corduroy with distressed waxed leather accents Supercourts. 8) Black Prodesign titanium frames - love those things. 9) Vintage green track jacket with raised fist logo and stripes in white- fits great, nice detail. Love it - best $27 I spent 10) Single breasted, 3-button black crepe suit with peaked lapels by Emporio Armani. Fused, blah blah blah, but the fit to a t, and drape is slim but relaxed - it's my go-to suit.
post #26 of 32
Andrew, I agree with the accolades, very nice.
post #27 of 32
You knew AHarris was going to have some amazing things... the coats are absolutely terrific and so versatile.
post #28 of 32
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Here's my attempt w/ a few favorites: Raw Dior Homme skinny jeans Grey wool w/ cotton insert Comme Des Garcons jacket Etro Striped Shirt Black Les Hommes shirt with placket deconstructed details Black Costume National dual monk strap shoes White vintage German military trainers- made by Adidas in the 70's (Dior Homme copied this design this season)
Is not "comme des garcons" a brand for women?
post #29 of 32
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Originally Posted by VWpete,25 July 2004, 9:29
Here's my attempt w/ a few favorites: Raw Dior Homme skinny jeans Grey wool w/ cotton insert Comme Des Garcons jacket Etro Striped Shirt Black Les Hommes shirt with placket deconstructed details Black Costume National dual monk strap shoes White vintage German military trainers- made by Adidas in the 70's (Dior Homme copied this design this season)
Is not "comme des garcons" a brand for women?
No, Comme des Garcons has Comme des Garcons Homme Plus. And Comme des Garcons Shirt. Designed by Junya Watanabe.
post #30 of 32
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(Mike C. @ 23 July 2004, 11:00) Jeans: PD&C slim, bootcut fit with rips and tears
Thread derail: Are these the LTD, the GTO, or something else? I'm largely clueless when it comes to PDC jeans, but ideally, I'd like to get a pair that are fairly slim up top, but with a boot-cut/flared leg.
The label reads "2-TAT-71, New Retro." I haven't found a as good a fitting pair from PDC since this one. It is every slim through the thighs with a moderate, just right, bootcut.
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