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post #106 of 120
@msg well yours was answered, so....
Originally Posted by SuspensionPoint View Post

Thank you! There are honestly so many great styles and fabrics this time around (brushed wool, Melton wool, and alpaca-blend knits just to name a a few), but the basket-weave is right up there.

Yes, Suspension Point will have a second delivery (hopefully soon). This season is actually our largest selection / offering from Stephan Schneider ever!
post #107 of 120
@OccultaVexillum you're like an Oracle
post #108 of 120
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@OccultaVexillum We just recently received our Lemaire delivery and it will be online soon. In the meantime, feel free to contact us if you are looking for a specific piece / style.


@msg See below :)




More from Stephan Schneider's FW16-17 collection is now available at Suspension Point.


Our second delivery from Stephan Schneider focuses on trousers, shirting, and two variations of the sought-after Jacket Fresco, including a stunning wine melange color-way.


Shop the collection at


Edited by SuspensionPoint - 10/28/16 at 12:54pm
post #109 of 120
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Japan via Suspension Point: Attachment (Kazuyuki Kumagai) + And Wander + Shinya Kozuka


Shop Attachment (Kazuyuki Kumagai) at


Kazuyuki Kumagai, head of the Japanese label Attachment, designs his main-line collection to be the embodiment of his quality focused, minimalist aesthetic. After working for Issey Miyake, another master of Japanese design, Kazuyuki launched his own brand in 1998. Since then, he has been working to re-interpret the daily wardrobe of the modern man. Kazuyuki Kumagai perfectly blends tailoring and casual-wear, all shaped by his uniquely Japanese sensibilities.





Shop And Wander at


Fresh, clean mountain air is what inspired the beginnings of And Wander, a Japanese mountaineering and tech-wear label launched in 2011 by Keita Ikeuchi and Mihoko Mori. Both designers previously honed their skills working for Issey Miyake as an apparel + accessory designer and fabric technologist respectively. And Wander uses high-tech fabrics (developed in-house or in partnership with renowned producers) and purposeful detailing without forgetting about style. Always thoroughly field tested, the garments uncompromisingly combine advanced functionality with fashion forward design.





Shop Shinya Kozuka at


Shinya Kozuka is a Japanese designer who, after graduating from the menswear program at the prestigious Central Saint Martin’s in London, launched his namesake label. As a designer he has quickly established a developed, yet wholly personal aesthetic. Preferring a looser silhouette, Shinya mixes innovative, modern construction techniques with traditional, hand-crafted details.


post #110 of 120
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Collections from Lemaire and Ffixxed Studios are now online!


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Ffixxed is a collaborative art and design project founded by Kain Picken and Fiona Lau in 2008. Over the years they have moved the label’s headquarters between Berlin, Hong Kong, New York, and Melbourne, always picking up inspiration from their travels. Now, Ffixxed has established their own in-house production studio and residence in Shenzhen, China. Located at the foot of the picturesque Wutong Mountain, a multifunctional living, creative, and production space has been created that shifts and adjusts around the needs of various Ffixxed projects. This unique workspace has led to a preoccupation with the role and function of clothing in relation to the varying facets of everyday life. The resulting garments showcase distinctive concepts and innovative ideas while always being comfortable and easy to wear.





Shop Lemaire at


The Parisian designer, Christophe Lemaire, designs clothing that he would like to wear himself. He launched his eponymous label in 1991 after having worked alongside such luminaries as Yves Saint Laurent, Thierry Mugler, and Christian Lacroix. While continuing to expand his independent company, in 2010 Christophe Lemaire took on the position of artistic director at Hermes women’s ready-to-wear. The collections he produces are imbued with an elegant, quiet sense of luxury that allows one to mix and match according to the mood and moment. The wearer’s wardrobe is timeless yet wholly personal at the same time.


Edited by SuspensionPoint - 11/29/16 at 4:50pm
post #111 of 120
Thread Starter 

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Black Friday promotion.




The final few styles from our extensive selection of Stephan Schneider's FW16-17 collection are now available at Suspension Point.


Our third delivery from Stephan Schneider focuses on comfort...layered casual jackets, cozy turtlenecks, and classic cardigans.


Shop the collection at


Edited by SuspensionPoint - 11/29/16 at 6:00pm
post #112 of 120
Thread Starter 

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Boxing Week promotion! You can shop our FW16-17 sale HERE.




And to catch up on some (semi) recent updates to the store:


We've introduced a new designer, Emiliano Rinaldi, to Suspension Point's selection.


Emiliano Rinaldi, the Italian born-and-based designer, launched his namesake label in 2011. This was a natural step for him; he began his career working for the family business which specializes in industrial and product design. For Emiliano, becoming a designer was a calling, not just a choice: “I have always looked for harmony, beauty, sensitivity, and sensuality in the people and things I encounter.” His collections mix elegant tailoring with modern interpretations of luxury loungewear. There is always a hint of decadence in the silhouette, feel, and details to make the wearer feel special (whilst remaining composed and comfortable). A new take on classic Italian design which isn’t afraid to look both to the future and the past for inspiration.


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Forme D'Expression's latest collection is available at Suspension Point.


Forme D’Expression (also known as Forme 3’3204322896) was founded by designer Koeun Park in 2005 and is based in Perugia, Italy. As a label, Forme D’Expression speaks softly, but possesses strength and elegance in equal measure. This sense of balance makes her work timeless and suitable for any occasion, allowing the wearer to explore and express one’s own individuality. For the construction of the garments themselves, Park’s philosophy is to make sure no corners are cut throughout the entire process. She achieves this by developing the raw materials alongside the weavers, doing the majority of the pattern-making herself, and continuously experimenting with new garment treatments in-house. In Perugia, she lives within a ten minute drive of all the people involved in the realization of her vision.


Shop the collection at


Edited by SuspensionPoint - 1/9/17 at 1:09pm
post #113 of 120
Ack! I'm sorry I missed the promo. I was planning on getting something but the holidays got in the way. frown.gif
post #114 of 120
I'm really anticipating the Forme D'expression pre order!
post #115 of 120
@SuspensionPoint what's the fit on Time jacket like? Love, love, love the subtle houndstooth
post #116 of 120
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@rydenfan For the Jacket Time we would recommend you go true-to-size / you regular Schneider outerwear size (this is based on our showroom observations). Especially in the coated houndstooth fabric you don't want it to be too tight (and it is a great style / fabric to layer under - so having that option is good).

post #117 of 120
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Thank you to everyone who participated in our FW17-18 pre-order. To hear about future offers join our newsletter HERE.



Edited by SuspensionPoint - 2/16/17 at 8:05pm
post #118 of 120

On the Forme convertible coat, does the upper pocket not have a flap on the black alpaca or is it just tucked in on the pictures? There are flaps on both upper and lower in the grey linen.

post #119 of 120
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@oulipien Good catch! The Forme D'Expression Convertible coat has three flap pockets at the front. Certain photos show the black version of the coat with the flaps tucked in (from being tried on in the showroom). Might be my fault actually...I spent quite a bit of time walking around in that coat in the showroom as the fabric felt so nice.

post #120 of 120
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We've updated our sale with further discounts of 50% off most of our collections + added new styles that were previously in-store only. And SS17 collections will be available soon as well so stay tuned!


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