John Elliott - official affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. Cg23

    Cg23 Senior member

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    Hey styleforum fighters... WE GOT LOOPWHEEL!
     
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    Looks like Villains & Flash Dual Fullzip in Loopwheel materials with draw strings?

    Wondering the cost of it?

    Now the question, to return the recent Villains for these....
     
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    There's probably proper ways of hanging fragile items, but I obviously don't know of them--so I fold mine
     


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    I was actually hoping they'd do the classic T or U neck in the loopwheeler material for a kind of short sleeve sweatshirt.
     


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    holy..cow this stuff looks..STUNNING. where did you find this picture?
     


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    @JohnElliottCo Instagram.
     


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    on their instagram profile.

    P.S. I still hope they will make a long sleeve u-neck tee from french terry one day...
     


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    I don't hang just the JE sweaters or shirts, but other brands too, the materials will follow the law of gravity and be pull it down to the ground if it just hangs.
     


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    How do you keep them wrinkle free then? Folding stuff and stacking them on top of each other hasn't worked for me lol
     


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    I used a couple of things, a steamer on light or air tumble dry in the dryer. I usually know what I want to wear and I lay it out the day before. Also, if you are rocking the tees to layer under the sweaters it doesn't matter if it's a little wrinkle! It gives it character!
     


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    Just checked out their IG..JE is releasing all those items next week?! I was only expecting that curved up sweatshirt that was posted a few pages back. This stuff looks fire
     


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    @JohnElliottCo on the Loopwheel Collection, releasing Wednesday.

    [​IMG]
     


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    Can we expect them to be the same price?
     


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    I know JE explained the machine, what it does, how it works, but can someone maybe help and tell me the difference material wise or aesthetically or feel from the regular french terry used on the villains, escobars, etc? I'm excited for this launch but have never felt or seen loopwheeled anything so very curious in a 'this vs that' type of way. Would love some insight on the great new pieces.
     
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