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hey sinned, that would be awesome.


ive gotten a few measurements for the heavy lamb one - all variations but pretty close 74 and 74.5cm which is about 29inches.

do you find your stooge's sleeves to be too long?

yes sleeves are really long,

check http://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/rick_owens/slim-fit-leather-biker-jacket/440843
under size & fit, pic below is from them
post #92 of 359
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Rules Of Style From Rick Owens

1.
I'm not good at subtlety. If you're not going to be discreet and quiet, then just go all the way and have the balls to shave off your eyebrows, bleach your hair, and put on some big bracelets.

2.
Working out is modern couture. No outfit is going to make you look or feel as good as having a fit body. Buy less clothing and go to the gym instead.

3.
I've lived in Paris for six years, and I'm sorry to say that the Ugly American syndrome still exists. Sometimes you just want to say "Stop destroying the landscape with your outfit." Still, from a design standpoint, I'm tempted to redo the fanny pack. I look at it as a challenge—it's something to react against.

4.
When a suit gets middle-of-the-road it kind of loses me—it has to be sharp and classic and almost forties.

5.
Hair and shoes say it all. Everything in between is forgivable as long as you keep it simple. Trying to talk with your clothes is passive-aggressive.

6.
There's something a little too chatterboxy about color. Right now I want black, for its sharpness and punctuation.

7.
Jean-Michel Frank, the thirties interior and furniture designer, supposedly had 40 identical double-breasted gray flannel suits. He knew himself and is a wonderful example of restraint and extravagance.

8.
I hate rings and bracelets on men. I'm not a fan of man bags, or girl bags either—or even sunglasses. I don't like fussy accessories. Isn't it more chic to be free? Every jacket I make has interior pockets big enough to store a book and a sandwich and a passport.

9.
With layering, sometimes the more the better. When you layer a lot of black you're like a walking Louise Nevelson sculpture, and that's pretty attractive. Allowing yourself to be vulnerable is also one of the most attractive things you can do.

10.
It's funny—whenever someone talks about rules, I just want to break them. I recoil from the whole idea of rules.
post #93 of 359
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From SZ...

The World of Rick Owens

As part of the Masters campaign, Selfridges has collaborated with Master of the Elements, Rick Owens, to launch ‘The World of Rick Owens’, marking 20 years since the inception of the designer’s world-renowned fashion label.

Taking over our London Concept Store, the world of Rick will encompass an exclusive 20 piece collection created exclusively for Selfridges; a new women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and accessories destination; a takeover of four Oxford Street store windows, and finally, a specially commissioned 25ft Rick Owens statue that will sit above the iconic Selfridges London canopy


http://style.selfridges.com/whats-in/selfridges-presents-masters
post #94 of 359
does RO do size 54 in current season leathers? largest I've seen has been 52 and I imagine it's a slim 52 or more like a 50 in reality. I generally take a 54, so thinking I may be relegated to sufu/sz/ebay to get older season stuff if that's the case
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does RO do size 54 in current season leathers? largest I've seen has been 52 and I imagine it's a slim 52 or more like a 50 in reality. I generally take a 54, so thinking I may be relegated to sufu/sz/ebay to get older season stuff if that's the case

size 54 http://www.serie-noire.fr/ConceptStore/lang-en/fw14-15/4577-men-jacket-biker-rick-owens-black-leather-stooges-biker.html

Yes it is slim... see above measurements of the stooges i linked
post #96 of 359
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the rick owens idol
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Do you guys know where I can find a Stooges sz. 46 on sale? I've been prowling the marketplace, SuFu, and ebay, but haven't seen any for sale. I don't want to pay full price since I'll probably have the sleeves and body shortened so I don't want to end up damaging a brand new one. I see some women version on sale though. Style is similar to the men's, but RO doesn't sell unisex clothing, correct?

 

I have a grey color from ss13 in size 48 and it very very slim like a 46. brand new if u are interested.

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does RO do size 54 in current season leathers? largest I've seen has been 52 and I imagine it's a slim 52 or more like a 50 in reality. I generally take a 54, so thinking I may be relegated to sufu/sz/ebay to get older season stuff if that's the case

another size 54 http://www.gilt.com/sale/men/rick-owens-3773/product/1063190572-rick-owens-asymmetrical-zip-leather-jacket
post #100 of 359

Got some BNWT 44 dust/white geos on B&S right now for like 60% of rrp

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Got some BNWT 44 dust/white geos on B&S right now for like 60% of rrp

Got them from the my habit sale?
post #102 of 359

nah, UK store

figured I couldn't really afford them so they're not even opened

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today

 

toj/uniqlo/drkshdw/ro

 

recently took my memphis (pictured) to the tailor to get them taken in. excellent job imo, the heavy taper makes up for my thin ankles.

post #104 of 359
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nah, UK store


figured I couldn't really afford them so they're not even opened

ouch, good luck with sale, they are my size but i felt the sneaks were too bulky for me when i tried them on
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today
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toj/uniqlo/drkshdw/ro

recently took my memphis (pictured) to the tailor to get them taken in. excellent job imo, the heavy taper makes up for my thin ankles.

A rick leather would really kick ass in that look
post #105 of 359
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A rick leather would really kick ass in that look

currently thinking about buying a stooges jacket but my toj 2013dr isn't even in yet

 

i also like the slave jackets (got a thing for big cowls) too so i might get that 

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