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SERIOUS IC: Alexandre Plokhov Grey/Green F/W '11 Asymmetrical Leather Jacket, M/48

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Jan 24, 2013.

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  1. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

    Mar 9, 2011
    PLEASE READ: This jacket is a major interest check, and I am very, very unsure of whether or not I wish to sell it. As such, I will not entertain any lowballs or unreasonable offers, and they will simply be ignored.

    I'm offering this iconic piece from Plokhov's last F/W ('11) collection only with great reservation and regret. It was proxied to me earlier this year by artishard (thanks again bud), but I have only worn it out on a single occasion. I feel as though such a nice/expensive/rare/cool/superlative etc leather jacket deserves to see the light of day more often, and that is why I am offering it here. I simply find myself unable to work it into my relatively tame wardrobe, and it pains me every time I'm reminded of the fact that this amazing piece is simply sitting in my closet. The condition is basically NWOT, and I would rate the condition 9.5/10.

    100% lamb leather, Made in NYC, Beautiful details like a metal neck clasp, really beefy asymmetrical zip, oversized moldable collar, shoulder gussets, wrist zips, the nicest/craziest leather color i've ever seen etc. It is a M/48, but will be best for a 46 or a verrrry slim 48. If you need measurements and are actually serious about making me an offer, please PM. If you need actual photos, same deal.

    It retailed for somewhere around $2,500-3,000, and very few pieces were made or sold. You will never see this piece, at least in this size again. I'm now willing to let this go for the measly price of:

    $700+actual shipping costs

  2. istasi

    istasi Senior member

    Jan 8, 2011
    would kop in a second if I didn't already have my greenish gray rick

    kind of tempted to kop anyway
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