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post #166 of 2145
Eastern Market, Hostem, Dover Street Market, Glossy, and that's about it. He (yep, a dude) is in that class of designer that forbid sales and details online. He's also in that pantheon's price range.
post #167 of 2145
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Thanks, I'll give the local DSM a call and see if they stock him
post #168 of 2145
Yeah, thankfully the only thing I wanted by pr Patterson was 50% off, I wouldn't pay the full price.

Also I have an ED Raw silk blazer but she does cut her stuff differently to harnden with Wider shoulders, which I'm not as into. The wool trousers I have are really simple and nice and I liked the long silk shirts she did a year ago and they weren't $$$
post #169 of 2145
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Originally Posted by Guy Burgess View Post

Yeah, thankfully the only thing I wanted by pr Patterson was 50% off, I wouldn't pay the full price.

Also I have an ED Raw silk blazer but she does cut her stuff differently to harnden with Wider shoulders, which I'm not as into. The wool trousers I have are really simple and nice and I liked the long silk shirts she did a year ago and they weren't $$$

Still wish you would have gotten that olive PR suit! Looked incredible

Also, bruce had one of the long off-white silk shirts like 2 weeks ago, fit like a 46/48
post #170 of 2145
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Originally Posted by fistinyoface View Post

Eastern Market, Hostem, Dover Street Market, Glossy, and that's about it. He (yep, a dude) is in that class of designer that forbid sales and details online. He's also in that pantheon's price range.

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Thanks, I'll give the local DSM a call and see if they stock him

Also stocked at Robin Richman in Boston but I think just women's
http://robinrichman.com/collections/vendors?q=P.R.PATTERSON

Oh and Egg in London, but pretty sure women's only too

Ink posted a pic on insta from his showroom so they might stock soon. Kinda hope they dont redface.gif
post #171 of 2145
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Also I have an ED Raw silk blazer but she does cut her stuff differently to harnden with Wider shoulders, which I'm not as into. The wool trousers I have are really simple and nice and I liked the long silk shirts she did a year ago and they weren't $$$


Yeah that raw silk blazer you had I still remember as one of the first ED pieces I saw in a fit and it looked great. Nothing else has really hit the right notes for me.

Ahhhh -- interesting info on the wider shoulders, yeah -- that's one of the reasons I love PHs fit because I have kind of narrow shoulders for how wide my torso is.
post #172 of 2145
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I have a cotton shirt I like, raw hems everywhere. I've missed out on so much ED at Bruce. They had an off-white silk shirt there last time I went but it was too small. Wanting to pick up more but it's not as high on my list

I really like the jacket you have!

I saw that shirt - was tempted by it but I'm terrible at keeping white shirts...well...white

 

Starting to get hot and I'm definitely thinking about investing in some linen/linen blend shirts. I went through a massive period of avoiding shirts but I'm starting to appreciate them again.

post #173 of 2145
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Originally Posted by Guy Burgess View Post

Yeah, thankfully the only thing I wanted by pr Patterson was 50% off, I wouldn't pay the full price.

Also I have an ED Raw silk blazer but she does cut her stuff differently to harnden with Wider shoulders, which I'm not as into. The wool trousers I have are really simple and nice and I liked the long silk shirts she did a year ago and they weren't $$$

I've got broad shoulders for my build so the cut works well for me. That being said though the shoulders on the wool ED jacket I've got are cut pretty narrow.

post #174 of 2145
Ah the IS coat came in and turns out 5 is a perfect fit. Fabric is nice and pretty happy with it for the money. Lining is solid.. my only nit pick is I keep sticking my hand in the small pocket above the normal sized hand warmer pocket. I'm sure I will train myself out of doing that at some point if it makes it into rotation often enough ;p
post #175 of 2145
That coat looks badass.

Congrats.
post #176 of 2145
thanks sir! nothing compared to your acquisitions smile.gif
post #177 of 2145
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thanks sir! nothing compared to your acquisitions smile.gif

Well, the well is about to run dry for a good while.

But not before this comes in in a couple of weeks.

http://shelter2.com/?pid=90345178

post #178 of 2145
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the CCP leather coat on eBay is getting cheaper. One of the better leather long coats I've seen. What a piece

http://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROL-CHRISTIAN-POELL-Leather-Jacket-Overcoat-/131629300105?hash=item1ea5b7b989:g:~jYAAOSwDNdVqxwq
post #179 of 2145

Okay the weather told me to take more pictures of the Layer-0 coat, so here (I need to find an actual wall for waywt...):

 

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Now that I've worn it a bit more, I'm warming up to the idea of getting it shortened a little. Should it be just a little past the knees?

And this should be something a CM tailor can do right? 

post #180 of 2145
Looks ok to me, Neo

Seriously though looks good. How tall are you? isn't it supposed to be long Matrix-style. Sleeves look nearly perfect
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