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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. xchen

    xchen Well-Known Member

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    The Stronghold in LA just finished up a sample of their chore coat, IIRC. They are working out sizing now and making patterns in all sizes. Knowing the SH they'll probably be available in raw denim and possibly hickory as well. They'll custom make them in other fabrics too.
     
  2. Superb0bo

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    I might get a chore coat this fall in duck or hickory stripe from Pointer--inspired by family man, a continuous lean, and junya. Anyone have advice on sizing?


    No first hand advice, but check out www.rakuten.co.jp/jalana for measurements. Im going crazy over Pointer, since I cant get the site to work when I try to order. I really want their carpenters in fisherstripe and hickory (and duck, and indigo...), and a hickory chore coat would be great aswell...
     
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    Dig the club collar on the yellow shirt. Who makes? I'm not familiar enough with the designer to piece it together.

    -Yeah I'm a big fan of those too, can't wait to have Brooks Brothers make me a few new dress shirts in the fall with them.
     
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    Patrik Ervell - he uses it on quite a few of his shirts.

    Patrick Ervell

    Thanks, chrono, but kronik already hit on this for me... but the thing I'm not grasping is Stephen Schneider an offshoot of Patrick Ervell, somewhat like Miu Miu is to Prada? Does Ervell stuff come with the SS name on the tag? What's the connection?

    Someone school me on this, because right now my only knowledge of Patrick Ervell doesn't go past the runway photos I've seen on men.style
     
  6. jet

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    PE is an american designer and has nothing to do with SS who is a german designer based out of belgium.
     
  7. kronik

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    No, Patrik Ervell and Stephan Schneider are two completely different designers. Schneider, frankly, doesn't have as large a distribution (as far as I've seen) as Ervell.

    tresbienshop.net / oaknyc.com / Blackbird / southwillard.com / bblessing.com for Ervell. He's NY-based so he has more stores in the US. Schneider is out of Belgium.
     
  8. constant struggle

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    Ah I see, the cross talk was mixing me up. I'd edit my post to blank, but I'll leave it up for sake of flow of this thread... Shows theres still shit out there I need to pick up on. Thanks guys.
     
  10. asobu

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    PE is an american designer and has nothing to do with SS who is a german designer based out of belgium.
    American based perhaps, but still swedish if I'm not mistaken? edit: ah guess not. american, but swedish parents.
     
  11. robin

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    Engineered Garments straight leg denim.
     
  12. Get Smart

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    Just before the July "No Purchase" club begins....some recent Fred Perry gear

    Italian knit polo sweaters
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    Waxed cotton jacket with cool shepherd check/gingham lining
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    Black crombie overcoat...been looking for a jacket just like this for years with no luck til now. Super slim lapels, super high button position, super fitted cut to be worn over a shirt. Badical plaid lining like a harrington
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  13. PG2G

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    Picked up a couple ridiculously ($1000 - > $250 and $400 -> $90) discounted Raf items at Barneys. Think the shirt is the same as the classic shirt grey stripe cotton shirt at south willard, but white. The other piece is a black blazer in one of the tech fabrics.

    Almost picked up some "clay" colored jil pants at saks, in a tech fabric. I'm gonna wait and see if they drop any further

    Still in my trunk, so no pics.
     
  14. evilgeniusdan

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    Crombie overcoat is sweet. Where can I get one?
     
  15. Get Smart

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    Crombie overcoat is sweet. Where can I get one?

    dunno, other than the local FP superstore that relies on me for their rent. The shape on this thing is awesome, not something seen on a hangar. Can't wait for it to be cool enough to wear, in about.....4 months
     
  16. berlin report

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    Great pick-ups Jason. Covet that coat.
     
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    I couldn't resist the PS Millers, also I'm glad I sized down 1/2

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    ^ Is that the APC version?
     
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