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Takahiro Miyashita - Number (N)ine, The Soloist

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Nouveau Pauvre, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. tween_spirit

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    misc goodies to follow that up

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  2. lmaozedong

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    ugh. The Soloist is the coolest brand I could never wear
     
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    Unless I'm forgetting one this is the only f/w collection where I might get some stuff when it drops [​IMG].

    *eyes piggy bank suspiciously*


    Seems a lot more wearable than the others? Maybe it's just good styling.
     
  4. KingJulien

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    Tween - did you notice the length of the stuff when you were trying it on? The problem I always had with n(n) was that the clothes were usually an inch or two too short, so all the basics and knits were unwearable. I'd be a IV or a V I think, AA tees in medium usually hit like mid belt on me.
     
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    edit: erm



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  7. KingJulien

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    Am I reading this right?? That jacket is eighty thousand dollars?
     
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    I wish that was a yen sign
     
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    Those prices aren't USD, guys.
     
  10. KingJulien

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    Then what are they?
     
  11. sipang

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    ^ HKD



    Here's the full spread from Milk magazine (via Think Silly)


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    Has anybody actually seen this suit ever? I'm beginning to think it only exists on the internet [​IMG]
     
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    Yes. One of the biggest regrets is not purchasing that blazer when I had the chance 3 years ago. However i was stupid broke and couldn't afford it. Great cut.

    I've never seen the pants though
     
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    Dang, thanks for letting me know my search isn't going to be fruitless. I guess I'll just have to wait patiently till I see one for sale somewhere
     
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    What size are you? I think I tried on the sample and it fit a 50/ slim 52
     
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    Wear 46 usually. So does that mean there probably isn't even one out there in my size?
     
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    I'm not super well versed in n(n) but its the only one I've ever seen. The same one I wanted was also on the ln-cc archive sale, I'm not sure if it was ever fully produced. Someone else can probably tel you more.

    Edit - if you come across the one I'm talking about in your search, please let me know.
     
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    I've seen it a bunch of times on yjp or rakuten I think, small people size.
     
  19. KingJulien

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    I tried a leather jacket from number (n)ine via Yoox, it's fucking awesome and has the thickest leather I've ever seen (yoox pictures made it look awful). It also has this really cool zebra-print lining.

    Unfortunately it's a little big. 42's, keep an eye out.
     
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