Engineered Garments FW 2012

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  1. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    One of the most underrated pieces from this season. Really want the white/navy one but I'm afraid to even ask the price.

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  2. Scoobersti

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    The black one is $550 on Barneys. Not sure who carries the navy/white one though.
     


  3. slide13

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    Anybody know how those varsity jackets fit? Considering the black one...
     


  4. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    nepenthes has it, according to their blog. that's actually not as bad as I'd imagine. still can't afford it right now, but super cool nonetheless. :slayer:
     


  5. Knight

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    I think those pieces designed by Daiki for Golden Bear are the most affordable. The others eg the Grand Cruiser jacket, the Suede Field Parka etc. One of them costed almost $3000 (converted from Yen). Cheers.
     


  6. the_state

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    The cruiser/parka are around $1600 @nepenthes nyc. the leather blazer was around 1000, i think. varsity is relatively a steal.
     


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    what do you think about it? worth it?
     


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    Anyone interested in a hardly worn (mayeb 3 times tops) EG Baker Jacket Grey Herringbone form 2010 size L? (Bought New from Context)

    Cleaning out the closet and figuered I'd ask here before I post it up on FS section.
     
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  9. Knight

    Knight Senior member

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    Youre right i just gave Nepenthes NYC a call its $1650! Cant believe its nearly twice as expensive in Japan!
     


  10. FlyingLotus

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    Picked up this Penn a little bit ago..

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  11. Brattman

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    ^Awesome jacket! I have the navy & I love it!
     


  12. El QUaG

    El QUaG Senior member

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    ^^ Did you go true to size with this? Or does it fit a little loose given it is a shirt/jacket?

    Great fit BTW.
     


  13. catchh

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    Anyone know if the Grey wool flannel trousers are machine washable?
     


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    So far I've taken a medium in every EG piece I've worn or tried on, and I find the fit of the Penn to be quite relaxed...perhaps even more-so than other shirt jackets I've worn by EG.
     


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