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Photos from the Rick Owens London Store
Model Number: RU6747 /LG
Unworn, can be shipped in its box from the Rick Owens store for a nominal shipping fee or without for free, currently looking for around $1500 shipped / with shipping depending on if you want the box.
I think it's in the John Rich stuff, not Woolen Mills. Barney's Seattle has a similar sounding jacket, but I thought it had a hood.
It definitely had a hood (forgot to mention, obviously - the neckstrap was sort of "in" the hood and covered the lower part of the face for inclement weather). I...
I was at Barney's Los Angeles and - I could be remembering incorrectly - but they had what I thought I recalled being a selection of Woolrich Woolen Mills stuff. There was a jacket that was a relatively short grey-wool that I imagine was filled with down - it had a neck strap that was lined with...
I haven't read through this thread but someone PM'ed about posting my picture wearing my american apparel white ones. I imagine they've been mentioned already but here's the image. I sized down two personally but I'm pretty short (5'7) to get them to fit correctly.
I measure an exact 36 and found the BB0 on the small side but just about wearable. The BB1 was a better fit but the sleeves were still too short for me and the collar too loose. YMMV.
I think I might order one of each and exchange whichever one doesn't work out. I'm a man of no...
Hopefully simple questions for those familiar with the Black Fleece shirting: I don't own any Brooks Brothers and the only store near me recently closed (and, regardless, didn't carry Black Fleece) and I'm looking at the online ordering form for sizing. I'm a 36 chest, which seems to correlate...
the men's clothing forum would probably be better for this answer. but i think recutting a suit is a bit much. I'm sure they'll be able to do it, it's all dependent if you want to pay for them to have it done. post over in the other one though, they'll all about suits
I figured. Thanks, Poly.
Don't post over here on the other SF (I'm the Superfashion Mod over at Superfuture, come by and chat sometime) all that much, but you fellows seem to have something of a more thriving community when it comes to suits, so a quick question since I guess this is a slightly street-ier brand:
Look, if you really want to discuss politics do it here. I'm glad that the other SF only concentrates on clothes. I can talk about all of that other stuff everywhere else, and for when you really get bored there's supertrash.
Anymore than that is relatively pointless to the nature of the...
So I remember that a little while ago on THE FUTURE we were discussing how it's nice that Banksy hasn't totally decided to start hucking his wares. Well, apparently at his recent show everything was $100,000 and up, and was attended by the likes of Perry Farrell, Meg White, Brad Pitt, etc...