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post #1411 of 2145
I like the curved dna pants especially how it stacks. Would've have jumped on that pair but I already have 3 pairs and other pants in rotation.
post #1412 of 2145
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Originally Posted by nyarkies View Post

I like the curved dna pants especially how it stacks. Would've have jumped on that pair but I already have 3 pairs and other pants in rotation.



Fair enough,
we make them every season with variations in fabric/ details as there is still a  big demand from them.
I think also there is this misconception that our company only does curved leg jeans/ pants which is not the case.

there is a very big assortment of stuff that is always available from Drop Crotch, to J pants to more classic straight leg cuts.
 

post #1413 of 2145
The only reason I'm selling them is because the intentional fading at the seams/overlock is just a bit too much for my personal tastes. The jeans are great. I've tried them on a few times and just couldn't own them but that's just me.
post #1414 of 2145
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The only reason I'm selling them is because the intentional fading at the seams/overlock is just a bit too much for my personal tastes. The jeans are great. I've tried them on a few times and just couldn't own them but that's just me.


Well,
there is always a good resale market for them,

you should have gotten last seasons version, they were black/ with black overlock/ 3% lycra no variation in the color.
again this is another issue, where some customers prefer the ones you have, others prefer the ones that we issued for FW15.

We just try our best to offer something every season we hope people will appreciate, but we also know its hard to please everybody every season.

there are the coated ones now for SS16  with double back pockets and raw hems. this upcoming season for FW16 will be much cleaner/ simpler but very deep black
 

post #1415 of 2145
Oh, I'll be back for some more ZB. Thanks for letting me know about those. I love your stuff, Zam, and your ethos. Just gotta find the right thing for me.
post #1416 of 2145
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Originally Posted by AlexanderTG View Post

Oh, I'll be back for some more ZB. Thanks for letting me know about those. I love your stuff, Zam, and your ethos. Just gotta find the right thing for me.


Oh,

we'll be here, I have been doing this for too long now, and i am too old to stop.
We will be releasing New goods for FW16 beginning next week, with lots of things we never did before.

we also hope to have better pictures, as the clothes are always better in person than the images. Which is a part of the reason for Zfactorie -3D. but that only benefits New York and its visitors.
We are committed to the Artisanal Approach and will continue to make great stuff so no rush

--Z--

 

post #1417 of 2145
Thread Starter 
Today is FW16 day at Lift, I feel like it's Christmas smile.gifsmile.gif First time they're released (almost) everything simultaneously, kind of fun to do it like this rather than a trickle
post #1418 of 2145
Thread Starter 
Araki Yuu FW16

http://gullam.jp/blog/arakiyuu/29029.html

Buy now or never - only a couple (like, literally two) pieces made in each size for most items
post #1419 of 2145
that atelier coat looks stunning. are there any styling pics of it or only the mannequin?
post #1420 of 2145
Thread Starter 
http://www.fashionsnap.com/collection/araki-yuu/2016-17aw/

The last three looks

I'll stop by today and take pictures, the house cleaners are coming by all day today and I've left my wife at home to supervise while I go look at clothes smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
post #1421 of 2145
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What was odd about them?.........Curious to know

Mine fit a bit big and made my bottom portion look big, i wasn't saying anything bad about the pants they just didn't work for me. overall i really liked the fabric.
post #1422 of 2145
Too bad Araki doesnt make anything in size three.
post #1423 of 2145
Too bad Araki Yuu (at least a Gullam) doesn't seem to go past a 2. If I recall correctly there were some 3s in the SS16 collection but long sold out when I was made aware.
post #1424 of 2145
How exactly do you purchase from Gullam? None of the pieces seem to be in stock, either that or you have to email them for availability?

I've sent a contact message inquiring about size availability and shipping to the UK. I've fallen in love with his work.

Edit

@Nicelynice

Are you able to (or willing to) purchase items from the store on my behalf? If you're still in Japan that is.
post #1425 of 2145
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Just send them an e-mail, great service there and they should be able to help you!

By the way, if you're interested in Araki Yuu, but can't find the right size, might be worth e-mailing Yuu-san directly or asking a store like Gullam to put in an order. He's a really nice dude and the clothes are made on such a small-scale it might be possible
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