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

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

  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    that's ok, sometimes you gotta take time off to heal, after a few days of heavy lifting it's not abnormal for me to take off 3 days in a row, i can tell when my body is beat up lots of calories and sleep are crucial if your body demands it

    heal up quick
     
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  2. Patrick R

    Patrick R Senior member

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    This!
     
  3. FrankCowperwood

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    I see. Thanks.
     
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    lemme know when you got dem ab veins, homie.
     
  5. Brothersport

    Brothersport Senior member

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    I finally have it and it is amazing,
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    I got a kick-ass hanger and a garment bag too!
     
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  6. jet

    jet Senior member

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    those are kinda gross yo
     
  7. Benesyed

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    betches love ab veins

    sick jacket bsport
     
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    Light grey pics incoming...
     
  10. Liszt

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    NICE
    Looks great in Black, i have it in beige and this is my favorite coat so far. Where did you kop it ?
     
  11. accordion

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    Do any stores have a good selection of FW14 trousers yet? All I see are tops. Thinking about getting the SS tropical wool exhaust trousers still left over but wondering if they'll be warm enough to wear in winter.
     
  12. jwalterweather

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    No man walks alone has corduroy trousers, Suspension point has the knit-cuff ones, and Neighbour has two more traditional wool or wool/blends ones. Maybe others.
     
  13. sipang

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    Unless your winters a particularly mild tropical wool won't keep you toasty.
     
  14. TintoTerra

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    Other has another trouser called 'Peddler' as well.
     
  15. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    The exhaust pants are very light. I think 50 to 60 sunny they are fine. Winter 45 and below is no go
     
  16. Abraxis

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    Haven't really experienced a thick-fabric'd schneider pants ever from either season.
     
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  17. other-shop

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    Hey guys,
    We’ve had another drop of Stephan online and thought you might like to see how we’ve been styling it…

    Definitely a staple for the winter months, the Peddler Wool trouser is a winner in our books.
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    Finely detailed wool leave n a relaxed cut. Pictured styled with the MHL by Margaret Howell Staff Jacket and EYTYS all white, leather upper sneakers.

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    The Weeds Hooded jacket is a lovely transitional piece that cuts a loose silhouette. Concealed button down fastenings and contrasting interior knit the smooth jacket looks great for everyday wear.

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    Styled with the Stephan media scarf, very large thin woollen scarf, which you can fold and twist to your hearts content – super versatile and looks great with so many pieces from the collection. We have teamed it up with Our Legacy’s Shetland trouser soft, comfortable smart trousers with matching blazer available and the oversized Etudes shirt with chest motif.


    Celtis Wool trouser is a slim relaxed cut black trouser with a sleek finish. We have put it with the EYTYS all white sneakers and the Berthold Shirt Tail Panel tee, going for a casual look.

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    Sage Shawl Collar Bomber
    Louis is wearing Dr Martens Church Boots, part of the brands Vintage collection that sees new styles executed to the original specifications. A classic monkey boot that looks great and the thinner sole means it isn’t quite as tough going to break in as some of the other boots! Playing on the colour palette of the Bomber we used Christophe Lemaire 2 pleat trouser, we love the cut of this trouser - sitting slightly higher on the waist the soft grey lambswool fabric hangs with a taper to the hem. Effortlessly cool. We layered the jacket over the Our Legacy Jacquard dot tee, a light cotton crew neck with mid-length sleeves and a flattering loose fit cut.

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    What do you think? How will you be wearing Schneider this season?

    Cheers,
    Will
     
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  18. Caveat

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    You've styled those really well. They all look great.

    What's the difference between the two trousers? Is it mainly the slimmer cut on the Celtis? How can you have a slim, relaxed cut by the way?
     
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    Hey Caveat,
    Thank you, glad you like them. Yes, the main differences are the material and the slimmer cut of the Celtis, I say 'slim, relaxed cut' because the cut is still somewhat relaxed, but slimmer than the Peddler. The Celtis trouser is a Black/Grey fade made from the same material as the men's Bark top, and the Peddler is more of a Grey Cashmere mix which is the same fabric as the women's Species Wool Coat.

    Hope this helps,
    Will
     
  20. Benesyed

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    Any measurements. Especially thigh width. Thanks!
     

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