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post #61 of 378
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

If someone can drop $15k on a jacket I doubt he'd care about reselling.

Probably doesn't but he did buy the jacket on sale
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http://instagram.com/p/kRBJPaob6L/?modal=true
that's his ig post on the jacket. hes the type of kid who will throw that shit away rather than selling it to you..as you can see from his other posts...biggrin.gif

doubt he'd throw it away, if he really didn't care he'd pay the 50k for the jacket but he got it on sale so makes me think this dude is a bit more conscious of his cash then we think
post #62 of 378
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Cool read "Side by side: Rick Owens $450 Tee vs. Hanes $5 Tee" or "The Two Types of MFA Subscribers."
post #63 of 378
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grail socks?
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Warning: Lots of Rick at the end of runway shows pictures! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #65 of 378
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thats a lotta rick
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I was intrigued:  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and then I saw the price tag: http://www.rickowens.eu/en/men/products/hu14f07043min-09
custom made!

Also I think I've seen a high neck intarsia available somewhere every season. Can't remember all the places, but here's an eg: http://www.deepinsideinc.com/brand.php?brd_id=192

Thanks! So I guess a small would be a 48? How's the glass ice lamb? not any good?
post #67 of 378
Stay away from the glass ice lamb unless you specifically want a thinner, smooth lamb

Rugged lamb is much more substantial
Edit: this is rugged lamb
http://www.deepinsideinc.com/item.php?id=43160
post #68 of 378
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Which season is glass ice? Do you have example
post #69 of 378
Glass ice is code LGI, it's been available for the past couple seasons at a lower price than most other leathers
post #70 of 378
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Ic thanks
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LCW: heavy calf (my fw14 stooges has this code)

RO leather codes from SZ:

LB: blistered lamb
LB: unwashed calf (not confirmed)
LBO: box/-ed calf
LC: washed lamb (not confirmed)
LF: fading/-ed (gradient) lamb
LG: full grain lamb (not confirmed?)
LG: washed lamb (not confirmed)
LK: kangaroo
LKG: kangaroo (washed / full grain ?)
LM: metallic calf
LO: oiled calf
LP: hammered lamb
LS: silky lamb
LSH: shearling lamb

LR: rugged lamb
LNB: some sort of blistered (combined with fabric)?

LZ: ?
LV: vegetable dyed lamb ?
LGAO - 'giove lamb' / oiled calf ?
COM: from archives it looks like a two-tone blistered treatmet (combined with fabric) ?
LMO: medium weight smooth lamb
Edited by sinnedk - 7/21/14 at 9:56pm
post #72 of 378
LR is rugged lamb
Keep in mind that the leathers referred to by these codes differ by season so use them only as a rough guideline

IMO LP tends to be the best "thick" lamb and LC tends to be the best "thin" lamb but take this with a grain of salt as per my comments above
post #73 of 378
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LR is rugged lamb
Keep in mind that the leathers referred to by these codes differ by season so use them only as a rough guideline

IMO LP tends to be the best "thick" lamb and LC tends to be the best "thin" lamb but take this with a grain of salt as per my comments above

thanks i added LR for now...
post #74 of 378
LMO is medium weight smooth lamb
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I really don't like LGI, tried it from fw13 and recently fw14. Just doesn't feel like leather, and I even prefer thinner leathers

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