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post #376 of 2149

Yeah, his is a small.  Don't think it ever sold.  Also yo you might hate Faust but don't disrespect the threads :(

post #377 of 2149
Can anyone comment on l&f rooms quality? Im looking at these pants, though ive never handled the rooms stuff before.

post #378 of 2149
Thread Starter 
Apologies for the terrible pic, but, wow, just got back from checking out the Cornelian Taurus personal order and the new leather for SS16 is amazing - natural indigo dyed leather that is processed like Japanese lacquer (urushi). The texture combined with the depth of color from the natural indigo is just unbelievable and one of the coolest leather treatments I've seen. Very tempted to grab a coincase or something small just to get in on the action even though it's still (understandably) a bit pricy at double the cost of standard leathers.

Again, iPhone pic in bad light but it's a true, deep blue. @Synthese @LA Guy et al would appreciate the craftsmanship of this



Here's the urushi in black, imagine this in an uneven indigo.. Apparently he's been trying to get this right for awhile now
http://addict-store.net/products/detail1940.html
post #379 of 2149
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Apologies for the terrible pic, but, wow, just got back from checking out the Cornelian Taurus personal order and the new leather for SS15 is amazing - natural indigo dyed leather that is processed like Japanese lacquer (urushi). The texture combined with the depth of color from the natural indigo is just unbelievable and one of the coolest leather treatments I've seen. Very tempted to grab a coincase or something small just to get in on the action even though it's still (understandably) a bit pricy at double the cost of standard leathers.

Again, iPhone pic in bad light but it's a true, deep blue. @Synthese @LA Guy et al would appreciate the craftsmanship of this



Here's the urushi in black, imagine this in an uneven indigo.. Apparently he's been trying to get this right for awhile now
http://addict-store.net/products/detail1940.html

Where to kop?
post #380 of 2149
Thread Starter 
Custom orders only for now, delivery in March
Coincases are 38,000 yen, wallets around 70,000, bags 100,000 on up (so double usual prices).
Cutoff is tmrw if anyone wants me to sneak them in an order smile.gif otherwise usual stockits should have some stuff
post #381 of 2149
Someone suggest a good leather key fob.
post #382 of 2149
Does anybody actually hem the pants with super long inseams discussed in this thread to control the massive stacking? Is it even possible (some of them look like they flare a bit at the very bottom)? Is it just sacrilegious?
post #383 of 2149
Guys... i know the sales thread will be cluttered as fuck with random shit...

if anyone sees stuff thats on the topic of what we speak of here can you post the good sale leads... if no one wants to do this, we can pm each other just lmk know if anyone is interested and we can have a sub thread or a private pm with folks.
post #384 of 2149

Can we do this with sample sales too?  I'm always stranded and can never get cool sample stuff  :(

post #385 of 2149
https://www.groiled.com/listings/212563-ma-black-firday-drop-boots

Good price ($308) for a 44-45
post #386 of 2149

Anyone have recommendations for a large scarf? Co-worker brought in an amazing handmade blanket scarf today and now I need one.

post #387 of 2149

^Faliero Sarti has the softest scarves I've handled, but you need to see it in person and there's a lot of different materials. Stephan Schieder, LUC, Daniel Andresen. There's also a lot of under the radar designers that only(?) make scarves, by which I mean just go into random shops in Tokyo and touch them all. 

 

Also, Hotoveli sale 30% off started. A1923 has officially entered the retail pricing scheme. 

post #388 of 2149
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^Faliero Sarti has the softest scarves I've handled, but you need to see it in person and there's a lot of different materials. Stephan Schieder, LUC, Daniel Andresen. There's also a lot of under the radar designers that only(?) make scarves, by which I mean just go into random shops in Tokyo and touch them all. 

 

Also, Hotoveli sale 30% off started. A1923 has officially entered the retail pricing scheme. 

Ah forgot to change my location, unfortunately back in Seattle, so not many options for mens clothing. Thanks for the brand recs though.

post #389 of 2149
faliero sarti is ok , there are some much better (and more baller bigstar[1].gif ) options
post #390 of 2149
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faliero sarti is ok , there are some much better (and more baller bigstar[1].gif ) options

Come on man, you can't say that and not give us examples!

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