Calculus - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by curiouscharles, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. Cole87

    Cole87 Senior member

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    Thanks for this. I kind of suspected it might be along the lines of different now than past seasons, so that clears it up pretty well. Yeah, I agree. The Ann lows look amazing. I will eventually get both a black and white pair. For now, for the derbies I got from Yoox, I just got both sizes and I'll return the pair that doesn't fit.
     


  2. curiouscharles

    curiouscharles Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Sorry for the late response Cole - fell quite ill a few days ago and have been trying to recover ever since.



    This is 100% accurate, brilliant response Callusing, thanks for the input!

    You're quite right in that Ann used to traditionally fit a size large, but that is not the case anymore.

    I would say the current season boots we have actually do fit .5 [or slightly more] bigger than tagged, so I've listed those as fitting large.

    However, the sneakers fit true to size.

    I've picked up a pair in each style for myself since our launch in SS16 - all in size 42 [my true size], and they all fit spot on.
     




  3. Cole87

    Cole87 Senior member

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    Hey, no worries. Hope you're feeling better. Thanks for the help.
     






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    How are the SS16 and FW16 items identified on the website? I checked earlier but it wasn't obvious. Thanks!
     


  5. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    FW15 is on sale. That would be my assumption anyway.
     


  6. curiouscharles

    curiouscharles Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Hey my man,

    Yeah, our web dev had updated everything so the sale items would sort after non-sale items in any particular page, but it was causing bugs where items would repeat, and many items [especially new ones], just wouldn't appear at all!

    So while he fixes that, we rolled back the code, so now everything is just mixed.

    Sale items will just have a slash through their original price, and a discounted price displayed next to it - where non-sale items won't.

    Yeah, it's pretty terrible, not happy with how it's displaying at the moment - but it should be taken care of quite soon.

    In future we'll have a "sale" tab added to the "shop" category [alongside clothes, shoes, accessories].
     




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    Regarding the ss forme—is the color of the "hedera" articles true in the pictures? HLorenzo and uj-ng have shirts with very similar product codes that look a little more lilac:

    http://calculusvictoria.ca/product/old-hedera-paneled-crop-sleeved-shirt/
    https://shop.hlorenzo.com/products/...on/patched_dress_shirt/us015cs-d7pe-oldhedera
    https://uj-ng.com/men/designers/forme-d-expression/old-hedera-linen-panelled-crop-sleeve-shirt

    (What's even weirder is that the HLorenzo and uj-ng shirts have identical product codes but, apparently, different compositions, but that's obviously not on Graham…)

    The shirt on the Calculus model looks a little more muted / a little more brownish, but maybe it's lighting, or irregular dying?
     


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