- Aug 12, 2015
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I really like the model they do for Corcos but it would be easier for me to go and order from Paris, do you know if it is possible?
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It is most definitely possible but it’s not common I think, tell them that you’ll be in Paris but in your home city plus in the other cities you travel to, there’s no store that carries their products and you really admire their offeringsI really like the model they do for Corcos but it would be easier for me to go and order from Paris, do you know if it is possible?
i think it’s a better experience to order from them directly as well, they have not just a selection of current season jackets, but the entire collection plus a large collection of historical models, and for any modifications they can immediately advise on both whether it’s possible as well as whether in their opinion it’s good from a style perspective (but they will do it even if they don’t think so, if you really prefer it that way. Also, when you see the stockroom of different skins and materials, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the options (for such a small and under the radar brand, I was stunned bu how huge the inventory of materials was), which you just couldn’t possibly know about when ordering from a retailer
No unfortunately not, this is my very first leather jacket order (of any type), and between Corcos and the Paris atelier Seraphin is by far the most accessible to me, I haven't even heard of some of the others that you mentioned. I will say that based on looking at the selection available at their atelier, everything looked both very luxurious in materials (so not a rugged motorcycle / military jacket aesthetic) as well as very well made, similar to other high end French craft goods (I personally have experience with Cifonelli and Lavabre Cadet).Do you happen to have experienced/handled makers up to the level of Seraphin?
I can only think of Melina / Rifugio and maybe Mandelli.
Nice...FYI, I believe this is the store in LA that the Seraphin team mentioned to me: