- Jan 14, 2014
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Everything after me was substantially slimmer. This was a big part of where they wanted to go with the brand.Are the newer Eidos (post Antonio) tees slimmer? I have a few of the slub ones from the New York Blues collection and they fit me nice and slouchy. It's hard to find measurements for the newer stuff other than ssense but it looks slimmer? Wondering if I need to size up.
Pretty sure it’s a wrap.@mossrockss
Completely unprompted and out of the blue, I wondered the other day "Is the Eidos IG still around? Is the website still up?" Like an hour later, I saw your IG story asking the same thing. Weird.
Nothing in the news or online about them closing, at least from what I saw.
Spurr seemed to go in more of a high-fashion Italian label direction- jewel-tone suits with slimmer cuts, etc. It gave off a vibe that reminded me of a subdued Gucci. It reminded me of my early 20s and what I imagined people wearing to clubs in NYC (for better or worse).Post Antonio-era, I can't recall the Eidos aesthetic. I remember flipping through the lookbook and and felt the collection was ok, but not really differentiated from any other upmarket labels: slim, tapered stuff in luxe fabrics is what the crowd wants i guess...