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post #121 of 727
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Well I bought one of their Mediums which should get here in a few days, so they probably only have 1-2 left. You might not want to sit on the fence for too long...
Haha, yeah, no kidding. I contacted Peasant at that time but someone just bought the last medium right before me. I managed to get what I assume was the last S though, hah!
post #122 of 727
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Originally Posted by wiru View Post
also an article in gq:



and a q&a with daiki:





^they really managed to make this stuff look boring.

Are any US stockists carrying the chino on the right?
post #123 of 727
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Here are some great pictures of the different fabrics for the waistcoats: http://www.skink-nagoya.com/eg08ss7.html
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Are any US stockists carrying the chino on the right?
No idea but they look pretty good. I wonder if the guy in blue is wearing all of the Andover pieces and matching waistcoat? The pants look like they're on the slim side.
post #124 of 727
Speaking of the GQ picture, I noticed the guy on the far left is wearing an olive western shirt. I have seen pictures of the grey chambray wester shirt as well as one in white cotton.

Anyone see the olive western shirt?
post #125 of 727
Thanks for posting that robin. Anyone know where/how I can purchase one of the waistcoats?
post #126 of 727
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Here are some great pictures of the different fabrics for the waistcoats: http://www.skink-nagoya.com/eg08ss7.html


No idea but they look pretty good. I wonder if the guy in blue is wearing all of the Andover pieces and matching waistcoat? The pants look like they're on the slim side.

We need to get Angelo or Daiki to post on SF!
post #127 of 727
via S&G.. Pincord Stripe Andover - 47,250
post #128 of 727
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Originally Posted by Wally View Post
Thanks for posting that robin. Anyone know where/how I can purchase one of the waistcoats?
So far that I know of:

Grey Pinstripe
-Ian
-Hejfina

Navy Stripe
-Ian

Grey Check
-Tru Blu (Canada)
post #129 of 727
anyone have any experience with the reversed plaid workshirts? the blue one sold out at peasant pretty quickly but I'm hoping that gary will still be carrying some when I get money to spend. fit? quality?
post #130 of 727
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Here are some great pictures of the different fabrics for the waistcoats: http://www.skink-nagoya.com/eg08ss7.html




Stockists, according to Angelo:

Blue Pin Cord-
Japan only

Grey Pin Cord-
Bloomingdales SCP
Bloomingdales SF
Bloomingdales SOHO
Hejfina
Hollander & Lexar
Ians
MAC
Nitty Gritty (Stockholm, Sweden)
Rosey Jekes

Grey Glen Plaid-
American Rag
August
Boutique U & I
Odin E.Village
Odin Lafayette
The Bureau
The shop at Bluebird
TNT
Thomas I Punkt

Brown Gun Club-
Boutique U & I

Green Gun Club-
Japan Only

Navy Stripe-
American Rag
Bastille
Boutique U & I
Hollander & Lexar
Ians
Jonathan & Olivia (Vancouver)
Lane Crawford (Hong Kong)
Legion
MAC
Made in Europe (Italy)
Start (London)
Steven Alan
The Bureau (Belfast)
The shop at Bluebird (London)
Viwa (Italy)
post #131 of 727
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Originally Posted by ghulkhan View Post
Is anyone getting those cinch back pin striped pants in the us?
MAC in SF carries it. I'll get back to you on additional stockists.
post #132 of 727
That guy on the left in the group EG pic is exactly how i want to dress in 5 years
post #133 of 727
tim: you haven't handled the reversed workshirt? chrono: you've barely started on your goth ninja steez and you're already planning future outfits! maybe it's just me getting older but I'm really getting interested in how to make this work. I figure it's a fine line between clueless and steezy for a novice like me.
post #134 of 727
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Originally Posted by asobu View Post
tim: you haven't handled the reversed workshirt?
The reversed plaid workshirt pretty much fits like all their other workshirts, a little on the boxy side, although they are improving. Usual EG quality. The buttons will probably fall off on you after some use, but sewing them back on is the fun part. Otherwise, I really like the pseudo-faded look of it and it's interesting when you can see the full color inside when you roll up the sleeves. People @ MAC even said that they'd wear it inside out at times.
post #135 of 727
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Some new Norwegian shorts are up at Steven Alan in khaki and navy.
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