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post #16 of 421
At least now you won't get shot while you're out hunting....
post #17 of 421
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Originally Posted by timpoblete View Post
Yeah, Gary will probably make some pretty decent and usable picks. A lot of these pieces will probably come in the normal subdued dark navy/black.

I didn't see Gary's Woolrich buy, though his Engineered Garments picks were excellent, and Mauro did a very good Woolrich buy, though I think that his Shipley picks were just as strong, if not stronger. Apparently, Nice Collective was really good, though I did not see that. I was busy shlepping around the city doing legwork so that you guys can see some of the best stores in NYC from the comfort of your interwebz. Both Context and Mauro (Farinelli's) were looking at some great Hejfina was racking some very nice Band of Outsiders. Other things to look out for are some of the most well crafted henleys, sweatshirts, and belts, in addition to denim, from Kicking Mule Workshop, remarkable waxed cotton outerwear from Krane (well worth the money, for your quality freaks - the stuff is intricately crafted and the hardware is all Riri). For those who love quality leather goods and Americana style shoes and accessories, I have one word for you: Yuketen.
post #18 of 421
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For those who love quality leather goods and Americana style shoes and accessories, I have one word for you: Yuketen.

yes.
post #19 of 421
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Originally Posted by timpoblete View Post
I like the ribbing at the hem of these pants. Hopefully the color's not too hot as it looks here
These are pretty much a repro of old Woolrich hunting pants. Looks like they're doing them in a few colors.
post #20 of 421
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This jacket's pretty interesting with the vertical strips of material:

I'd totally take the under-jacket, shirt and tie from this one. I like the coat except the pocket-bags or whatever aren't doing it for me.
post #21 of 421
The photos robin posted are pretty shitacular. Fok and I saw the collection today and it looks leaps and bounds better than what you see here, not even including the stuff that you're not seeing on here. It's sad but this "sneak preview" does nothing but make the upcoming season look like crap when it's really not that way at all.
post #22 of 421
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Who handles the distribution for Woolrich?
post #23 of 421
The pics that have been posted about in this thread are pretty damn shitty. I just got home from Mauro's girlfriends place with Albert and the pics they showed me today from Woolrich were great. Off the top of my head I recall I recall a reappearance of the Maine guide jacket in olive, Upland in a red check, and some other cool stuff that will probably lead me to bankruptcy. Mauro is really going to be killing it this year with FW 09 buys.
post #24 of 421
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Who handles the distribution for Woolrich?

The showroom was at "The News" if that helps at all...
post #25 of 421
Mac in SF is also going to be carrying Needles. I had a convo with the buyer and he said the details are gonna be insane, but the sizing may be kinda off.
post #26 of 421
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Mac in SF is also going to be carrying Needles. I had a convo with the buyer and he said the details are gonna be insane, but the sizing may be kinda off.
Needles is a pretty cool brand. I think I was personally more impressed with a similar brand called "Post Overalls" that was showing in the same room.
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I think I was personally more impressed with a similar brand called "Post Overalls" that was showing in the same room.


More stores should pick up Post Overalls!
post #28 of 421
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More stores should pick up Post Overalls!
Preaching to the choir. Apparently they do pretty well in Europe, too, or at least that's what their UK rep said.
post #29 of 421
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More stores should pick up Post Overalls!

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Preaching to the choir. Apparently they do pretty well in Europe, too, or at least that's what their UK rep said.

How about this guy? >>>>
post #30 of 421
Yeah, Post O'alls could blend nicely with other brands Mauro already carries.
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