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post #31 of 48
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Why? Because of a lack of quality or is the styling and design insufficient? I don't know, honestly, I think a lot of swedish brands (whyred, acne, filippa k) is a bit too similar designwise and personally I think at least some of Acne's pieces are a bit overpriced here and I figure there must be some markup when sold in the states...
exactly. all look same. very boring. the brands that become very successful lost their appeal very quickly (WESC, Acne, Nudie, J. L.) due to increasing prices. Carin Wester and Julian Red I actually kind of like. I swear if you gave me a bunch of these Swedish things with the labels removed...I probably couldn't distinguish them.
post #32 of 48
yeah I can totally see why you wouldn't wanna build your whole wardrobe purely from these brands but personally I feel there's definitely a place for some of them. I think most designs are ok, so if you pick out the best ones you'll have a few nice items. But I think we agree on this and I agree with what you said.
post #33 of 48
ever, visvim and brainstorming. ha ha
post #34 of 48
Bluebee, revolve, active endeavors, and shopjake all carry Ever clothes if you're interested.
post #35 of 48
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Bluebee, revolve, active endeavors, and shopjake all carry Ever clothes if you're interested.

Thanks Thanks
i cant find in my place. ha ha
post #36 of 48
Corthay, Udeshi, and Viktor & Rolf. I've never seen this shit in person, sadly.
post #37 of 48
dirk schoenberger isn't all that available in usa/canada

wolf homme/francesco van benthum (dutch guy who is the co-designer of puma rudolph dassler with alexander von slobbe)

basco and herion (italian knitwear companies)
post #38 of 48
National Anthem, Jinx recently posted a jacket on the EG thread. Stuff looks pretty good:

http://www.rakuten.co.jp/explorer/106149/1824315/

Apperantly made in Canada, but couldn't find anything about it on the net
post #39 of 48
Loopwheeler and Uniqlo (I'm in the Midwest) I wouldn't mind coming across some of Eternal's non-denim products either. The current collection looks good.
post #40 of 48
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Originally Posted by hermes View Post
dirk schoenberger isn't all that available in usa/canada

wolf homme/francesco van benthum (dutch guy who is the co-designer of puma rudolph dassler with alexander von slobbe)

basco and herion (italian knitwear companies)

I thought schoenberger is done?

The archive in san fran used to carry it..
post #41 of 48
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I thought schoenberger is done?

The archive in san fran used to carry it..

A fair number of places used to carry it. Maxfield and Politix in LA both had the collections for a while, at least.
post #42 of 48
Schönberger has become Creative Director at Joop. I think he is giving his own label a rest for now.
post #43 of 48
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Originally Posted by Fritz View Post
Schönberger has become Creative Director at Joop. I think he is giving his own label a rest for now.

Which reminds me that Joop! would be interesting to see in the States. It is a pretty big German brand, and so the collection varies from Trashilicious to quite nice, but I remember when I passed by the Joop! shops that there was usually a thing or two that I liked.
post #44 of 48
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Corthay, Udeshi, and Viktor & Rolf. I've never seen this shit in person, sadly.

Bloomindale's freaking carries V&R.
post #45 of 48
So does Zara
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