- Jun 18, 2006
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hi. im new on the forum, and i need to know if number (n)ine has a raw denim jean. Thanks!
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xcoldricexi did get a thin lamb suede riders jacket from them though- pure quality. leather is like a collection privee jacket but even softer. silk lined said:That is actually my gripe with a lot of designer leather jackets (Haute, Marni, and Preview Man being the biggest offenders, I think.) If I am going to wear a leather jacket, I don't want to feel like it's going to rip in half if I decide to jump a fenceespecially when said leather jacket is something around $1500 retail. Give me the Margiela short biker or the snap button suede number, or the Costume National one with the Star on the back from about 7 seasons ago, or one from a company with a long history of making functional leather jackets - Lewis Leathers, Belstaff, or Vanson, any day.
Sorry. Rant finished. Back to regular programming. I think I saw Number (N)ine jeans at Alan Bilzerian, and maybe at Maxfield in LA (I could be wrong about that one). Meh.
haha. more like $3000 retailOriginally Posted by xcoldricex
Geez... Yeah, I'd forgotten how much Number (N)ine stuff costs.Originally Posted by LA Guy
The Margiela jacket is sick. One of the coolest designer pieces. I just got a suit from the new-ish 14 line recently... it's serious stuff. Totally JFK-style, and the trousers have some of the coolest little details. Margiela's workmanship is top notch.Originally Posted by Brian SD
Got a horse leather jacket from coldrice, love itOriginally Posted by Fuuma
I took some of the shoulder padding out of my suit, and now it looks totally boss. I kind of know what you mean though.Originally Posted by Brian SD
A tailor took a couple layers out (not all of it).Did you take out the padding yourself, and how did you do it exactly?