Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jun 1, 2012.
GOT RACKS ON RACKS.
Hi Prurient, how is the fit of the tab collar this season?
I've seen that the same size from FW2011 and SS2012 was changing a lot (summer was so tight, last winter was more regular).
Gary, it was a pleasure meeting you and I recommend to anyone else in the Boston area to stop by the Drinkwater's shop.
Navy Camo Wool
Olive 24oz Melton Wool
Navy 30oz Melton Wool
Navy Camo Wool
Olive Wool Serge
Navy 20oz Melton Wool
outerwear is looking good...want that 24oz melton wool shown above.
Olive NyCo Ripstop
Navy NyCo Ripstop
almost looks as good as last year's field parka...
any down vests this season?
thanks in advance
Stopped by Nepenthes last night and the fall stock looks fantastic. 3 racks and 1 shelving rack of shirting. I didn't look at the shirting much, but the Truman jacket, cruiser jacket, blue camo fabric, and Baker jackets all looked fantastic. Lots of denim pieces - trucker jackets, vests, jeans - more than I've seen any other season. The USN pants also looked great - nice heavy fabrics, a slimmer leg, and metal donut buttons. The Type 7 pants were a standout too. I haven't seen the model anywhere so I'm guessing its new. They're like fatigue pants with a flap pocket on the front thats similar to the back. Available in the ubiquitous reversed olive sateen of course
Lots of great stuff and this was only the first drop!
This picture from Nepenthes really tell how the combinations from brown, OG and blue will work together this season.
For me, those color, will also be combined with charcoal and I hope the charcoal will be included this winter.
Also I'm very happy to the return of denim in the collection.
I was tired with denim in the last two season and I'm sure Daiki will revive very well this theme.
Yes, in the catalog I've seen a PrimaLoft Vest in khaky and a PrimaLoft vest in herringbone wool, both similar to the last season vest with hood and patch pocket.
Navy Uniform Serge
8W Cotton Corduroy
Grey Herringbone Wool and Vertical Stripe
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