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post #8521 of 12077
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

isn't that the same one uzairh was selling a while back?

Not this one.
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Originally Posted by PattyC View Post

Yup, "L Zip" jacket, 2006 I think?
The one shown (with black zippers) was 2005. It was re-issued with silver zips in 2006 (Ref # 6HH5047001):
post #8522 of 12077

can someone help me find this jacket? It's from the movie Interview with a hitman. It's the exact leather jacket I want.

 

 

 

post #8523 of 12077
Dolce gabbana has tons of silimar offering every season.
post #8524 of 12077
These look nice:


post #8525 of 12077
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Originally Posted by Jerome View Post

These look nice:
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post #8526 of 12077
burberry london few seasons ago

post #8527 of 12077
wear to cop bane jacket lol
post #8528 of 12077
I'd rather cop some gains
post #8529 of 12077
Burberry Prorsum's FW10 aviator jacket is the best modern interpretation of that style.
post #8530 of 12077
I recently procured a Margiela 5zip leather circa year 2000 or so. Problem is that is has that "old clothes - Salvation Army" smell. Any tips on how to get that smell out without damaging the leather?
post #8531 of 12077
hey imhotep, do you still visit authenticforum?

Regarding your questions, I think you should wear it until your own odor becomes the primary scent . Unless the leather has a sour smell coming from the lining then just throw it away. Not worth it bro
post #8532 of 12077
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Originally Posted by imhotep View Post

I recently procured a Margiela 5zip leather circa year 2000 or so. Problem is that is has that "old clothes - Salvation Army" smell. Any tips on how to get that smell out without damaging the leather?

Hang outside and air it out, maybe febreeze the inner lining. just make sure that its not a humid/damp day. That should remove some of the smell a little. Also ask a local cobbler they know their leathers .
post #8533 of 12077
Thanks. I've tried that hang outside trick... didn't do much. I'll give Febreeze a try
post #8534 of 12077
Try putting in plastic dry cleaning bag taped shut with baking soda at bottom (on a hanger obviously without touching the stuff at the bottom). You could also substitute with charcoal or coffee grounds in a pinch (will smell like coffee though). That's my standard solution to cigarette smell on clothes.
post #8535 of 12077
coffee smell > cigarette smell
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