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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. other-shop

    other-shop Senior member

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    You said it.

    We actually find that Stephan Schneider, more than most of the brands that we stock, has a slightly older customer.
    The collection can be styled pretty casually, but can also be dressed a little more formally, perfect for wearing to to work meetings, or just dressing up for the office.

    We love the Stephan Schneider look book, but as with most brands, the lookbook can occasionally be a little alienating to the true customer. There's been a lot of press on all the womens campaigns featuring older models, (Saint Laurent, Celine etc) Maybe it's time to see some of this for us guys too. And we don't just mean seeing some old Bonds advertising some luggage.

    Something a bit realer...?

    That said, we're absolutely loving the new Stephan deliveries we received. Perfect for young, old or just young at heart!

    Cheers
    Will
     
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  2. click here

    click here Senior member

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    Was in the Antwerp store last month and I noticed most of the female customers were in their 40-60s.
     
  3. malcb33

    malcb33 Senior member

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    @Regg

    Is that figaria the grey one NMWA has or a beige version?
     
  4. Regg

    Regg Senior member

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    It's gray, from lagarconne
     
  5. Neighbour

    Neighbour Senior member

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    [​IMG]
    View our initial selection from SS15 with updated fit images and full measurements here. Please pm or contact us for any further questions.
     
  6. jm22

    jm22 Senior member

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    I just got this Clover jacket at a great price ($250) but at Size 6 is too boxy for me. Such a shame, nice jacket. Will be putting up for sale soon.

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  7. superego

    superego Senior member

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    the clover is a boxy cut by default...assuming it fits well through the chest/shoulders, just get the waist taken in
     
  8. jm22

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    In fact it does fit well through the shoulders but the sleeves hang a bit and the waist is boxy...but yeah maybe I can just get it altered. Thanks.
     
  9. jet

    jet Senior member

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    what size are you/whats your chest size?
     
  10. jm22

    jm22 Senior member

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    I'm typically a size 42 and my chest size is between 41.5 - 42.

    The jacket p2p measures 22 so it's not so bad, but when I wear it there's these vertical crease-like folds near my pits. If my arms were more jacked the sleeves would be ok. Maybe it's not the right cut for my body type.
     
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  11. rydenfan

    rydenfan Senior member

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    I'd think a V more than VI for you
     
  12. malcb33

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    Not that matters, but I would disagree. I'm a 41 chest and I found the V a touch to tight through the chest. I guess it all depends on proportions and preferred fit.
     
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  13. rydenfan

    rydenfan Senior member

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    On the clover?

    I'm a 44" chest and have room in a VI
     
  14. jm22

    jm22 Senior member

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    Well, I'm skeptical that I can get it tailored enough to fit decently - I think a 5 would've been a better fit.
     
  15. ComfortablyDumb

    ComfortablyDumb Senior member

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    Heads up people who can get to a gravitypope store: in stores they currently have buy-one-get-one-free type deal on all of their sale stock.

    They have a good amount of schneider, a few items from previous seasons too. I picked up the Miami jumper from ss14 and the Paraffin jacket in navy/light brown for like $400 together. Definitely happy with that!

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  16. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    Someone want to proxy for me!?
     
  17. Abraxis

    Abraxis Senior member

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    Wow... that is NUTS
     
  18. ComfortablyDumb

    ComfortablyDumb Senior member

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    I would proxy but I'm actually leaving town tonight and won't be back in the city for two weeks :( sorry guys
     
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  20. Regg

    Regg Senior member

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    40% off is pretty good as is, and probably better since you don't have to buy two things. even if you grab two things that are exactly the same price, you're getting an extra 10% and if you have to worry about proxying...and if your 2nd item is cheaper than the first, which is likely....well then you might be doing even worse than 40% off. gimme 40 off and the conversion rate and I'm happy
     
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