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Luis Miguel Dominguin's (left) coat.
 

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Originally Posted by drake
Those are some hips.
It must be the nipped waist. I have rarely seen an overcoat with that sort of silhouette. In The Night Porter film, Dirk Bogarde and friends had some beautiful overcoats. Besides, he was a famous bullfighter, Luis Miguel González Lucas, who took his very famous father's name. He had an intense rivalry with his brother-in-law proving the inspiration for Hemingway's The Dangerous Summer.
 

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I also quite liked the overcoat you wore in the picture you posted, appeared to be a deconstructed houndstooth tweed?
 

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Originally Posted by tiger02
I also quite liked the overcoat you wore in the picture you posted, appeared to be a deconstructed houndstooth tweed?
Thank you. Yes, it was a Junya Watanabe for Comme des Garcons Homme self-destructive trench coat in tweed, which means if you wear to a point, it will basically destroy itself. All the edges are totally deconstructed and fray immensely quick.
 

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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Thank you. Yes, it was a Junya Watanabe for Comme des Garcons Homme self-destructive trench coat in tweed, which means if you wear to a point, it will basically destroy itself. All the edges are totally deconstructed and fray immensely quick.
Basically daring one to wear it. I like that.
 

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