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post #16 of 73
as a rule of thumb the higher the number the slimmer the jean.

Taylor togs equipment was purchased by rag and bone.

It's new fabric.
post #17 of 73
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Originally Posted by Denimbar View Post
as a rule of thumb the higher the number the slimmer the jean. Taylor togs equipment was purchased by rag and bone. It's new fabric.
So am I understanding this right....? Cone mills still makes the denim, and Taylor Togs (same people who make LVC) makes the jeans, or are you saying they've changed something in the process (ie cut out Cone or something)?
post #18 of 73
Cone mills makes the fabric for LVC . Taylor togs was a factory the constructed the garments but went out of Business.
Cone is very much a live and making denim for a lot of people.
post #19 of 73
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Originally Posted by Denimbar View Post
as a rule of thumb the higher the number the slimmer the jean.

Taylor togs equipment was purchased by rag and bone.

It's new fabric.

Is it the super light fabric I've seen in Barney's and other places the last few weeks? Will they be available to order soon?
post #20 of 73
I have a pair of the non-selvege RB-11s from last season. They are super light, and the perfect summer jean. Just washed them for the first time though, and they shrank a ton. Hoping they'll stretch back.
post #21 of 73
how is the fading on this denim? and how stretchy? size down? im seriously consdering a pair of rb11s.
post #22 of 73
Anyone know which sites still carry the streaky Rag & Bone?
post #23 of 73
I have only had my RB15s for about a week, so I wouldn't know anything about fading. The denim is nice and somewhat streaky. They are not stretchy and will not strectch much in the waist due to the lining. They are slightly vanity sized. I bought a 32w and my natural waist is 34. To put things into perspective, I wear a size 30 in APC. The model I bought is selvedge and the denim between a light-weight and medium weight. Certainly softer and lighter than my APCs or Nudies. The details are really nice though and seem to have solid construction.
post #24 of 73
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Anyone know which sites still carry the streaky Rag & Bone?

If you are speaking about the Blade which is very streaky and skinny (rb 20 ), try calling blackbird; else I'm clueless.
post #25 of 73
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I have only had my RB15s for about a week, so I wouldn't know anything about fading.
The denim is nice and somewhat streaky.
They are not stretchy and will not strectch much in the waist due to the lining.
They are slightly vanity sized. I bought a 32w and my natural waist is 34. To put things into perspective, I wear a size 30 in APC. The model I bought is selvedge and the denim between a light-weight and medium weight. Certainly softer and lighter than my APCs or Nudies. The details are really nice though and seem to have solid construction.
Are you talking about the new RB15s that are on Farinelli and Revolve? Do you mind posting fit pictures? Thanks.
post #26 of 73
I would also like to see fit pics. I am a 34 at my waist where I wear my jeans. Is that what you mean by "true waist"? thx!

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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
Are you talking about the new RB15s that are on Farinelli and Revolve? Do you mind posting fit pictures? Thanks.
post #27 of 73
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I would also like to see fit pics. I am a 34 at my waist where I wear my jeans. Is that what you mean by "true waist"? thx!
He's trying to say that the Rag & Bone 15s this time around run a bit bigger than the tagged size, makes fat people feel better about the expansion in their waistlines. About 2" bigger?
post #28 of 73
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Cone mills makes the fabric for LVC . Taylor togs was a factory the constructed the garments but went out of Business.
Cone is very much a live and making denim for a lot of people.

And these days, Rag & Bone denim is produced at their own facility in NYC - using equipment bought from Taylor togs.
post #29 of 73
I too have the R&B 15s (the new lightweight ones), and I love them. I'd post a pic but they're at the tailors right now being tapered. They're vanity sized as much as any other jean; I went with a 32 which is what I wear in pretty much everything. No real stretching so far even after like 2 weeks of wear.
post #30 of 73
can u compare the rb15 to anything other cuts?
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