Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. kraands

    kraands Senior member

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    Nice, I have that scarf too and love it. Which color is your bee?
     
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    Same as yours, the blue-grey.
     
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    This available in any other colors say Black/White.
     
  5. reedobandito

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    Wish I had the cash for the wine BEE when it was on preorder, unfortunately it was that or a ToJ0 and the ToJ was cheaper
     
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    Not at Neighbor but I'm not sure if SS released that item in other colorways.
     
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    Given that TOJ is going out of business, or so I've heard, that was probably the right decision. The Bee is nice but one needs their TOJ fix before they're gone.
     
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    Agreed, still hoping a IV will miraculously pop up on B&S
     
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    I don't understand all the hype with the BEE. Maybe it's one of those gotta see in person things but from the photos it looks average. The Ijevan from last year looks better.
     
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    Well speaking as someone who owns both, I personally like the Bee better. I mean, I love the Ijevan, but the Bee is even better. Thicker and more densely knit, drapes better, and has a better collar shape. I had figured the pockets would be useless at best and throw off the fit at worst, but in actuality they were very cleverly designed and are both useful and unobtrusive.
     
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    the Bee sheds wool/mohair all over my lighter color shirts. Anyone has the same problem?
     
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    Fairly typical of his blended fabric knits. Usually nothing too crazy in my experience, though. It'll lessen over time.
     
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    Avoid mohair. Shedding sucks
     
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    I think you guys are too sensitive.
     
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    par for the course for any knitwear, really (from uniqlo to ss), just the way wool works.

    don't wear a light colored shirt under for the first few wears and you should be fine
     

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