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Gullam continues reading SZ (and maybe here?? Hello???) and picks up another awesome overseas brand - GBS.

http://gullam.jp/blog/26044.html

@AlexanderTG Is the herringbone linen jacket the same as yours? I don't need any more blazers, but I will go check this stuff out, especially as I like Gullam a lot more than the other GBS stockist here (John Bull Labo, which is like a J. Crew that stocks GBS and Lemaire for some reason)

Also, finally gave up looking for a cool raincoat and bought a PH Ventile Cotton Mac in black, Womens M size ... ~on eBay~

 



John Bull Private Labo is a concept store owned by John Bull Jeans company.

they are one of the oldest jeans manufacturing company in Japan.

the concept of Private Lab is that they purchase from Top designers (Non Jeans) Clothing to sell in their stores as a complement to their jeans

For designers they are one of the best stores to deal with and the former creative director was a legitimate champion of Artisanal fashion, hence the relationship with GBS,  Lemaire etc.

they are one of the stores that carry our work and we had a very successful Jeans collaboration project with them that is soon to be revived,


Edited by Zamb - 5/26/16 at 7:01pm
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Man, why did GBS not have that peaked lapel blazer for any US stockist (Hotoveli's blazers all had huge lapels). Gullam's looks just right :fu:

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someone should snap up this size 44 luc farmers jacket http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/kind-u/item/583316005922/

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anyone make a (at least semi-functional) rain coat? looking for something to layer over other jackets, been looking at the likes of Rick too but to no avail.

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anyone make a (at least semi-functional) rain coat? looking for something to layer over other jackets, been looking at the likes of Rick too but to no avail.

Devoa? Paul Harnden Mac w/ ventile cotton? That's about it for baller waterproof coats
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I have the short Devoa rain jacket from last S/S, the one from the current collection didn't quite look right on me and was too slim through the sleeves to layer another jacket underneath.

 

the PH mac would be an interesting one..

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I would just get something from Norwegian Rain. Super functional, interesting designs and details, some of the models work really well with dark artisanal stuff

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I have the short Devoa rain jacket from last S/S, the one from the current collection didn't quite look right on me and was too slim through the sleeves to layer another jacket underneath.

the PH mac would be an interesting one..

You're in Pacific NW, yeah? Harnden ventile Mac would be perfect for that weather and the waterproof ventile cotton is great if you're not into tech fabrics.

You'd probably have to hunt down a women's XS, though -- I'm a women's medium and I'm pretty sure you're two sizes smaller than me.
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YY made some raincoats, no?
post #1045 of 2150
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You're in Pacific NW, yeah? Harnden ventile Mac would be perfect for that weather and the waterproof ventile cotton is great if you're not into tech fabrics.

You'd probably have to hunt down a women's XS, though -- I'm a women's medium and I'm pretty sure you're two sizes smaller than me.

Yeah I'm in Seattle. Good to know, maybe next time I'm back home in Melbourne I can see what Eastern Market has available.

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I would just get something from Norwegian Rain. Super functional, interesting designs and details, some of the models work really well with dark artisanal stuff

I was actually considering a Stutterheim raincoat but ended up buying the Patrik Ervell rain duffle from the current collection because it breathed better with the venting. Doesn't really fit with the aesthetic but highly functional at the least.

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arc'teryx Veilance Black monitor Coat

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I really wanted the Margaret Howell parka from last year.
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anyone make a (at least semi-functional) rain coat? looking for something to layer over other jackets, been looking at the likes of Rick too but to no avail.

 

 I got this one. Have worn in heavy rain and results were satisfying.

 

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