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post #16 of 41
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Damn Denning, I think we have found our match! Both of those are sick nasty. Justin, is that the Dolce jacket you were thinking of? I really like the Dsquared one. the color is excellent. Does anyone know where to find it? (hopefully its not more than 500)
post #17 of 41
Didn't michael j krell make a cloth jacket shaped like that one sometime last year? Maybe it was just a sample. "Racing Jacket" maybe?
post #18 of 41
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Damn Denning, I think we have found our match! Both of those are sick nasty. Justin, is that the Dolce jacket you were thinking of? I really like the Dsquared one. the color is excellent. Does anyone know where to find it? (hopefully its not more than 500)
For Dsquared you are going to be looking at about $2000+ retail or so... they are a major fashion brand at the level of Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana, etc. Unless you found it used or during the seasonal sales (and I'm guessing this one probably sold pretty well before the sales), you won't find it for $500 or less.
post #19 of 41
yea its pretty close to it, but it was double breasted
post #20 of 41
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I remember, and like that jacket. Of course, I know a number of cowboys, well, Rodeo cowboys, for no discernable reason, and when riding, they typically wear relaxed western shirts tucked firmly in to tight high rise jeans. You don't want to have to worry about your low rise jeans falling off your ass when you have to last the 8 seconds on the bull. And, I am reasonably sure that a fair number of them would want to kick this Merman's ass if they saw him walk like that into a bar.
post #21 of 41
Guh. Every once in a while, dsquared or dolce makes something I kind of like, and I just feel angry and confused. Get a bunch of pictures and take it to a competent leatherworker. You might be able to get something good out of it, provided you know the quality of his/her work.
post #22 of 41
That jacket would look fabulously politically incorrect in black python skin.
post #23 of 41
too long but kind of similar?

post #24 of 41
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too long but kind of similar?


I like...What website did u get that from?
post #25 of 41
http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...Endovanera&d=b

But i think its sold out there.
post #26 of 41
Thanks Alan. That jacket is truly phenominal.
post #27 of 41
nice movie nice coat.
post #28 of 41
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If you like the overall look then Number (N)ine Spring 07 Collection is a pretty much what your looking for.



i like all of this
post #29 of 41
This is an interesting read/source for anyone that is still looking for something similar.

http://filmjackets.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=170
post #30 of 41
I came here to say N(N). Beyond the stuff Rye posted there are a few more VERY similar jackets by them.
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