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Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    What color is that pull shert?
     
  2. Neighbour

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    The pull shert is a copper/brown shade. Here is a shot of the back where you can see the subtle leather detail at the bottom of the sleeve.

    -Saager

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  3. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    I'm still in bed looking at my iPhone, thanks :eek:
     
  4. slstr

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    The first good SS delivery I've seen, you always choose well Saager!

    The valve jumpers and buffed shirts look great
     
  5. Neighbour

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    Thank you! We hope to have everything up early next week but please let us know if anyone needs further details.

    -Saager
     
  6. toothsomesound

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    Saager, beautiful stuff! how are the knits running this season? previously I've found a lot of the spring stuff/cotton stuff to run smaller than usual...
     
  7. Ariiam

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    Hey guys, sry for asking a stupid question

    Im new to Schneider and I want to buy a cardi. I assume that size 3 is the smallest size he produces, and would I fit if im a 37 in Dior (44IT, 34, 14.5")
     
  8. slstr

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    Yes in general, but his sizing is pretty inconsistent.
    generally, 3=xs/44 4=s/46 5=m/48 etc etc
     
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    yo the measurements are right there dawg
     
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  12. Caveat

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    I picked up that blue scarf from Wrong Weather. It's great but really short. The lookbook photo is deceptive.

    Saager, I really like your choices compared to what the other stores are getting.
     
  13. Caveat

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    THEY HAVE THESE TWO COATS IN A SIZE IV AT THE SS BOUTIQUE. 200, 300 EUROS RESPECTIVELY. GO!

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    Now to see if Tatjana will actually respond to my emails...
     
  15. KingJulien

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    Wait isn't a V a 40? That's what I usually go with but I've only tried cardigans and the hood coat
     
  16. g transistor

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    Nah, I go with slstr's way and that's generally how it fits. I think that's how most retailers mark it too, except SW which may do IV = 38, I can't remember
     
  17. Caveat

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    I have 3 coats, 2 cardigans and a crewneck from FW11 and FW12 and one jacket from SS12 and I would say IV=38 in all of them. The shirts seem like V=38 though.
     
  18. Severisth

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    I'm a standard 36/46, and I wear a IV pretty consistently in Schneider, minus some of his more oversize pieces
     
  19. g transistor

    g transistor Well-Known Member

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    Hm, I can agree with that. I base mine around shirting (IV=46), as my coat and one of my knits are III but they are both pretty oversized. I could take a III in coats, knitwear and jackets but would probably never be comfortable in shirting for that. At the same time though cardigans will often look better if I go with IV
     
  20. dotcomzzz

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    Why get hung up on the numbers? Just go with the measurements.
     

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