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It's What's Inside That Counts: Impressive Interiors of Our Favorite Pieces

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by reedobandito, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    I've always had a certain admiration for companies and designers that place aesthetic (and utilitarian) emphasis on the interior design of their pieces. From tech companies like Nom de Guerre and Acronym to artisanal brands like CCP, we've seen a range of unique linings and sublayers like seam taping galore, cable knits, heavy wool, intricate quiltings patterns and the like. Post up your favorite jacket or pant linings of items you own or admire!



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    Nom de Guerre's tech fishtail raincoat, from my own collection

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    Patrik Ervell's wonderfully minimalist taped seam duffle coat

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    Esemplare's cable-knit lined Parka
     
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  2. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    N. Hollywood blazers are pretty nice inside, can't find a pic but i's see through and you can see the canvas and rest of components


    also really liked this Our Legacy blazer:
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  3. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Alright pic of a CCP suit interior:

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  4. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    CCP Overlock Blazer

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    as this thread gets consumed by ccp
     
  6. ghostface

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    yep, pretty cool:

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  7. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    And who could forget Schneider when it comes to button-in scarves and cozy wool linings:


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    sipang Senior member

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  9. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    Veilance Composite jkt

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  10. chinesealpha

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    This has the makings of an awesome thread. Hopefully some tailors will drop in and explain some of the art and science behind all this.

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    Milanese buttonhole, pic courteousy of http://tuttofattoamano.blogspot.ca/search?updated-max=2013-04-24T13:27:00-07:00

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    Arcteryx Alpha SV glove

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    The West is Dead hand-linked sweater. From my sketchy understanding, each piece of the sweater is knitted to its final shape. Then each edge is attached to is corresponding edge, stitch by stitch, in contrast to commonly-used cut, overlock, and sew process. I have a number of both machine-knits and hand-knits that seem to be hand-linked, and the sweater seams are definitely softer and stretchier than those that are stitched.
     
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    chinesealpha Senior member

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    Welp, I realized that I didn't actually post any interior pics of anything. [​IMG] I'm a geek when it comes to construction details. Sorry.

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  14. Lionheart Biker

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    ^ WOW, Devoa´s inside seems so futuristic..

    ps: I wanna see coats with straps. I have a bbs11 hoodie that comes with 2 but I don´t think the inside is very nice.. still might take a pic to show.
     
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  16. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    I love knits that have crazy reverse patterns that show the workmanship. That Cabourn fair isle I had looked beautiful turned inside out. @StanleyVanBuren should post a pic
     
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    Not Cabourn, but here is a fair isle for you.

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