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post #3631 of 11790
Dude, just mail it in now and get it over with. It's summer anyway.
post #3632 of 11790
Shrug I hang out in SF a lot. Can be worn evenings there even in summer
post #3633 of 11790
Is it thin enough to be worn in chilly summer nights?
post #3634 of 11790
^^ I think it's heavy a F**k. It's horse- I think of all Carols leathers, horse is the heaviest & kangaroo the lightest/thinnest. *INK's price is stupid low (for CCP)
post #3635 of 11790
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Originally Posted by eckblk View Post
*INK's price is stupid low

$5,200 USD is still pretty low? How much does it usually retail for?
post #3636 of 11790
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
$5,200 USD is still pretty low? How much does it usually retail for?

We (USA) get the Euro(asia) price- 3380eu/~ 4900usd

Darklands = 3917eu

Atelier = ~6200usd

I paid 3400eu from Lazarri; duties paid.
post #3637 of 11790
Don't they have an MSRP for these brands? I noticed this was the case with RO when it comes to buying outside of US, prices vary but there isn't a $1k+ difference. For the most part, prices throughout US retailers are pretty consistent.
post #3638 of 11790
Nope- prices all over the place- US stores will have the highest prices. Darklands prices are getting up there too. I'd go with Lazarri or INK. PNP-Firenzes prices are fair too; with the VAT-discount.
post #3639 of 11790
Julius
post #3640 of 11790
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
yeah that might be calf, could be goat too though. Goat has that kind of grain naturally.

drew any experience with buffalo? another one of the leathers coming out that season will be washed buffalo...
post #3641 of 11790
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Not that I'm dropping a few g's on a leather any time soon but Zam's logo with a christian cross is a genuine deal breaker for me.

yup. also, all of his "blessings."
post #3642 of 11790
What? The jacket is religious?
post #3643 of 11790
Yeah, I dunno. Even if you're a militant Dawkins fanboy, I think you'd have to concede that no atheists were harmed in the production of that jacket.
post #3644 of 11790
I'm aware of the separation between thing and man, here; the constant, passive proselytizing is, however, both a source of discomfort and a bit disturbing. You can rip of the tag, yatta yatta yatta, and it's not like the putting on the jacket instantly makes you a child of jesus (nor does it make the jacket look any worse from the outside), but still. Maybe "dealbreaker" is harsh - it's not like I have a fear of the thing, but I do have an inescapably visceral reaction to the dogma. Honestly, if I didn't browse SZ and read all of his posts, I probably wouldn't even equate the tag with religion. Obviously, I've never met the man, and from the little that one can glean from forum posts, Zamb sounds like good people and all that, and he makes interesting clothing. I'm all for disassociation, but I'm also just not sure why it needs to be a central part of a brand image (perhaps it's not ought to be?). It's simply a touch that I could do without.
post #3645 of 11790
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Zam Barrett Spring/ Summer 2011 collection, themed, Voices of Vice and Virtue, explores the socio-historical applications and consequences of the two philosophical concepts of vice and virtue.
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