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ATTACHMENT: The Discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by brad-t, Oct 21, 2012.

  1. tellure

    tellure Senior member

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    Hehe.. never thought my pecs would be such a focus of debate on SF :).

    I think the 'tight' fit is mainly a result of the harsh overhead lighting in that pic. Here's another bad pic to show the fit, which certainly doesn't feel tight at all to me:

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    Now some sizing info:

    P2P on this hoodie: 20.25"
    My chest size: 37" (so I have 1.75" of room in the chest here - definitely not tight)
    My height / weight: 5' 11'' / 155 lbs

    I'm pretty happy with the fit on this hoodie but for you guys that aren't, I hope that helps you find the size that works for you :).
     
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  2. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Looks good!

    AW2013 exhibition will be February 22nd. Not sure how much info I will be allowed to share but I'll let you know what I find out.

    There was a new Attachment delivery yesterday as well. A few samples:

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  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Engineer's caps? Engineer Jacket? Dove grey double ring belt? I'm so in. This is actually pretty much how I dress all the time, except that the belt is usually a wider Margiela one, and the hat is a White Mountainnering one, and the jacket is an Engineered Garments or WWM one.

    So, essentially, I want variants of stuff I already have...
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    nahneun Senior member

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    is it the same? i was contemplating the yoox one a while ago but having no pockets kills it for me
     
  6. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    I have the willpower to look t hrough Yoox in order to hunt down some items, but I think Fok and Shah are the only ones I know who actually venture into the women section and I think that takes a lot of patience. Is there a way to net all the searches for both men/women in the same brand when browsing Yoox?

    Also, if that attachment is indeed a men jacket I actually prefer it over the one with pockets FWIW. Much cleaner
     
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  7. tellure

    tellure Senior member

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    Agreed the ones with pockets are nicer. Anyone know if this jacket is available anywhere? (brad-t? :) ). One of my faves from their last collection

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    Here's another pic in black:

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  8. Caveat

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    Pardon my ignorance, but how is it obviously a man's? If you're talking about the clasp, then why is it hidden, unike the version with pockets? Does Yoox have the gender wrong on all the ones with clasps like this one? http://www.yoox.com/us/41237080EP/item?dept=women#cod10=41237080NW&sizeId=2
     
  9. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Well, there is no women's KKA so that's that.

    Sorry Tellure but that jacket is gone afaik
     
  10. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Right, and there is that. It's a menswear only brand.

    On men's garments, the closure is left over right. with very few exceptions (I've seen the reverse for some things like technical climbing gear. For women's garments, the closures are right over left.
     
  11. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    This forum was created for and by us sports shoppers. It's actually how I got into the fashion, and specifically, menswear business, to begin with. I was a good shopper who became a good buyer and reasonable stylist while procrastinating writing my doctoral thesis (I did a lot of other stuff as well, completely non-fashion and non-academic related.)

    Some people hate Yoox. These are not the people who can spend an entire day a a swap meet or a thrift shop in the middle of nowhere looking for that one treasure. There is a reason that good vintage stores are pretty expensive. You are paying for the time of people who drive all over the country digging through, literally, mounds of junk, in a hot, stuffy, attic, to find that one vintage Hermes case that is covered in grime, but that with a little professional restoration, could look amazing. Yoox, relatively, is just pure fun. Everything is categorized. It's sanitary. Someone has already done the hard work for you. The only thing that you have to do is look through the racks.
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    Yoox also miscategorizes stuff on a fairly often basis, especially for Japanese brands. I have found a lot of Men's White Mountaineering stuff in the women's section
     
  13. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Yes.

    The size indicated on the product label is I (Italian Size).

    wtf
     
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  14. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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    yeah i don't get it, is it a I or II... oh well maybe worth a shot.
     
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    For $160, definitely worth a shot since Yoox is pretty good with returns. Thinking on trying it out too since I am a size 1 and that Itialian I might just mean 1.


    Brad, do you have any lookbook pic of those specific jackets with the hidden hook closure? Curious from what season it if from too.
     
  16. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    No clue, sorry.
     
  17. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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    save some for the rest of us ;)
     
  18. Caveat

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    What's the difference between the different lines? Between yoox and the official site I see kka attachment, just attachment and just kka. The kka FW11 collection looks amazing on the site archive.

    I'm almost positive that is a size 1. I ordered the 4 in the blazer yesterday and now realize it's going to be a size 2. I'm a 38 so will probably be too small. But the good news is that the size 6 cardigan is actually size 3 so I got it for $144 shipped. Use code valentine for extra 10% off. <3 Yoox.

    edit- Here it is. Dunno, could be good.

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