Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. SaintLaurent

    SaintLaurent Senior member

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    Thanks for the help guys.
     
  2. rockket

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    I like the simplicity of that jacket - never seen it in person so I can't be much help, there. From the pic it looks like the basic lambskin SLP uses on their L17 as well, which is thinner but nice. This moto is so clean looking, I really dig it - I'd love to hear about the fit/finish as well if anyone has tried it on.

    I have a SS13 SLP racer I recently got from another forum member but I doubt it's comparable as it has tarpunto shoulder stitching and asymmetric zips, so I'm guessing the fit is a bit different.
     
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  4. Delanho

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    Would it be regrettable to buy a pair of ss14 suede duckies if I have to size up 1? Found a pair for a great price but they are a size too big and not sure if they would work out..
     
  5. seedy

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    Hi guys,

    Can you tell me if the biker jeans came as D08? I know there were D02 at first for 2012 release and now D04.
    But i've seen a pair tagged D08, the tag shows 2013 and the leather tag/inside tag are legit.

    Thanks for your help
     
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    the lambskin in the cafe racer is like the L01, not the L17. i.e. it's smoother and thinner. like the jacket you got from me prudy :) it's cut pretty small, so like codifying says, you might need to size up.

    if you want to know what it looks like worn, it just looks like a cafe racer :)

    i wouldn't buy duckies one size big, they're already cut pretty generously because of the point toe.
     
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  9. KYeezy

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    Can someone post a fit pic of the brown suede santiag boots?
     
  10. Delanho

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    thanks for the info cheers
     
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  11. KYeezy

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    Anyone in the UK or euro, know if they still have the black chain wyatt harness boots in a 42?
     
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    slann01 Senior member

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    Only a 45 remaining in the online YSL shop.
     
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    My family checked for me in Paris flagship store. None available in size 42 for chain wyatt otherwise i would've got them. Only larger sizes available

    Might get them to check at Cannes store
     
  14. Delanho

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    How do you guys wash your SLP tees? If handwash do you use detergent?
     
  15. KYeezy

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    how much are the suede wyatts in the UK or euro? Would much rather get a pair overseas than in Canada or the states.
     

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