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Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

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

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  1. onlyslp

    onlyslp Senior member

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    SA said as of right now there is no re-order of them in size 39 for the US :((((((
     
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  2. kieran84

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    Permanent collection items don't show in the line list and staff never know what they will receive as far as that side of the buy goes (that's what I've been told in the UK at least). Pretty sure that they'll be re-stocked, at least in a very similar form.
     
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  3. mwn11

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    Never heard of this before but doesn't sound right. My foot is 26cm, no way in hell would i fit a size 40 according to that scale, 41's get uncomfortable.

    Looking at Nike's chart a 27cm length would be a 44. Three shoe size's is loads?!

    I've always sized down .5 to 1 depending on material with SL shoes.

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  4. kieran84

    kieran84 Senior member

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    I'd go off the Korean size. My foot is around 29.7 mm without socks, I wear 45 which in Korean sizes is 300 (mm). If I went off the Japanese measurements then I'd need a 44, which I can wear, but would be uncomfortable in the toes, and not leave as much space as one should have.
     
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    I recently got a new suit and am very happy with how it fits except I'm not used to the short jacket length. I know where classic menswear stands so I won't bother asking there but I just want to hear some thoughts on the shorter jacket trend. Body length is same as in the pictures and sleeves hit right at the wrist/aren't cropped at all. I can size up to 46 and have the jacket body hit at my wrist and cover most of my rear but would have to tailor everything else slimmer.

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  6. SirGrotius

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    Go with your size at the shoulders; that's the SLP look with the short jacket, and tighter sleeves.

    I have all my suit jacket sleeves tailored to the wrist, and your watch should pop if it's big and your shirt sleeves should reach a touch longer. You should feel your suit jacket when you move, i.e., you want it fitted.

    Body length is fine, yes, it's going to be more fashion forward but it's much more accepted now so don't expect any strange looks. The days where you had to wear a suit that covered your entire butt like an overcoat are long gone.

    The only way I could see you needing to size up is if you're significantly taller than 6'1".
     
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  7. Isolar

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    Yeah, I agree. Hedi isn't even the only designer who cuts jackets shorter these days (he just does it better than everyone else). I'm not even sure I'd call it a trend anymore. Take your normal size, and have the sleeves tailored as needed. Simple.
     
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    Yeah thanks guys that's what I thought. It still looks a little odd to me when the jacket is closed but I love it open - might just never button it. I always get my sleeves shortened to show just about 1/4" of my shirt cuff and never wear a watch.

    I don't work in a very conservative place anyway so I shouldn't worry anyway
     
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    Tom Ford basically said that a suit jacket always looks better unbuttoned anyway.
     
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    looking for this in a 37 or 38 if anyone can point me in a direction![​IMG]
     
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    Pic?
     
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    Well it's in the mens section so..

    Don't worry man, men wear womens Celine sunglasses all the time, women wear mens sunglasses all the time.

    Plus SLP is supposed to be unisex anyway
     
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    Does anybody know the difference between the aw15 d10 mid raw and the ss16 d10 raw

    Aw is elast 2% stretch and ss is poly 2%
    But is there any fit difference??
     
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    First post in this thread. Go easy on me. ;)

    Is there any concensus on the quality of the current lamb L01 as seen on MrP for instance?
     
  18. KVAEIOU

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    Hey, welcome. It's very smooth and not heavy. It's sleek and shiny at first and very elegant but it will crease and age quite easily. It looks amazing either way. I find that most people in here prefer the L17 because it's sturdier and more rugged, but I find the L01 to be the perfect biker. I much prefer it to the L17. It is good quality, but it's not going to look like what it looks like now, after years of wear. If you want L01 styling that's more sturdy, check out the calf version on preorder from FW16 on ysl.com
     
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  19. mwn11

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    The washed calf L01 looks amazing!
     
  20. Isolar

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    I think the L01 and L17 actually complement each other nicely, because despite both being biker jackets, they're quite different in many ways. While currently I only own the L17, I see no problem in owning both (aside from financial, of course).

    I was actually planning on picking up an L01, but with Hedi leaving, I might have to diversify my warbrobe a little before picking up another biker, despite their differences. Shame.
     
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