Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.
how much did the sepia's go for? will they be released again this season?
Some 46 SS13 brown washed denim: http://www.boo-bee.jp/item/detail.php?product_id=172457
Good price on 46 coated twill pants too: http://www.boo-bee.jp/item/detail.php?product_id=175985
Also some pleated shirts:
Doesn't really make sense that 50 has same small measurements as 46 except sleeves.
For anyone still looking for the long plaid shirts (but still not on sale):
so i picked up these 09 olive geller jeans off b&s, size 50. 7.5" hem, normal corresponding knee, roomy waist. theyre stretchy and comfortable as fuck as well.
meanwhile i have a 50 from a recent season, those slate ones from gilt, which have like a 6.7" hem and a 7.5" knee. i dont wear them because the cut is just so odd, theyre like jeggings on me.
anyone know what the jeans in the spring will be like? espec. the black/gray ones
400. Don't believe so.
Geller on Skillshare
Get yo sketches on!
Did that jacket ever get made?
Top student gets a personal portfolio review.
I wonder what the schedule is like.
Looks like the production version is that weak ass jacket thats depicted in the runway pic immediately following the sketch.
The sketched jacket seems to be a mix of fritz vest and the said production jacket, and of course the dagger cuffs a la ss08 belted leather jacket
Tatras jacket looks great, glad it worked out!!
I don't think it turned out bad
That might be my #1 jacket that I wish had actually been made for the past couple years.
Asymmetrical jackets are sometimes weird to wear, but fuckin a that one looks nice.
I can draw technical stuff like that RGeller SkillShare class teaches, and it would be fun to turn my random clothing sketches into something bigger, but I have little to no knowledge on how stuff is actually sewn and constructed, which might be a problem.
that guy needs to perk up, where is that pic from?
It's Bobby Warden!
Im willing to give it a try on this course, however i dont have any expertise AT ALL in fashion drawing. Do you guys think I could take the risk? (im mostly considered cos of the price)
If you can't draw reasonably well, I'm pretty sure it'd be a waste of $20
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