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For anybody who's interested in some perfect tops:

FOR SALE: 3 CLASSIC 'PRIMARY CUT' LABEL UNDER CONSTRUCTION SWEATERS + VIRDI + LUMEN. ALL FOR SZ 46.

Please see link. Let me know if interested.

http://www.stylezeitgeist.com/forums/showthread.php?21060-FOR-SALE-3-CLASSIC-LABEL-UNDER-CONSTRUCTION-SWEATERS-VIRDI-ANNE-LUMEN-Sz-46
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Edited by newp - 9/12/16 at 10:01am
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That Layer-0 jacket Eck is selling is my favorite piece of all time, don't sleep
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Hey the sun shone this morning to took a few pics:

 

 

 

s2s 43 cm

p2p 52 cm

back length 83 cm (excl. collar)

sleeve 68 cm


Sold! That was fast, thanks to all gents who showed interest! I also have these up at Grailed, listed for a 1200 USD ask but if anyone here is interested, send me a pm and we can hopefully work it out! So, wool fabric iteration of the Belted Jeans, size XXS (works best for 44-46), unused, retail was something around 1500€.

 

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Should I buy that red CCP high-neck on Grailed for my wife? I figure around $2000 and I can't lose smile.gif
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That Layer-0 jacket Eck is selling is my favorite piece of all time, don't sleep

Same as yours?
post #1747 of 2145

Looks very similar to one I tried on at Harveys, which was killer.

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Hi guys, while we do allow the occasional shout-out to styleforum-based for sale ads (not outbound links), please don't post so many of them that we reconsider our stance :)

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Couple of pics of Mr Harnden if anyone cares (I think it's kinda cool) from the PH forum on SZ.
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For when you're hunting or doing road work, but still want to be stylish.

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My Archivio J M Ribot (AJMR) pieces arrived and I am super happy!

Simple, elegant designs and neat touches throughout. Excellent fabrics and construction. It's no wonder that the first collection was picked up by Hostem, If Soho, Layers London, L'Eclaireur and Lift Tokyo to name a few.

As was mentioned earlier, even the inside linings and buttons are exquisite. A lot come from 1930's or so.
The coat in 100% wool has a nice relaxed fit without looking oversized or bulky. The pants in a wool-ramie blend are slim and cropped and can also be worn with suspenders.

While I could go on, here are some photos and I recommend checking out the line in person if you have the chance. I know what I will be wearing a lot in the coming months icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif




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Really cool new TM at PN\P...

 

 

 

 

Wool/ramie pants and Japanese cotton jeans also look great.

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Those damn L-0 pants sell out in size 48 so fast :(

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The L-0 were cool, but I still thought LUC had slightly better quality/cut.

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Thread Starter 
What compared to what? Both brands make a lot of pants
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