***the Epicurean knits thread***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jet, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. junebugmm

    junebugmm Senior member

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    ^ It looks like South Willard will carry that Fair Isle sweater from MHL.
     


  2. thekunk07

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  3. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    That margiela cardi looks terrible.

    My boy ghulkhan swooped on this lanvin double placket cashmere most expensive cardi on the planet jumpoff

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    lol you think Balmain hasn't come out with something 200x more expensive?
     


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    A question for the vets who frequent Barney's: When the more expensive knits go on sale, mainly Jil and MMM, are the good (or smaller) sizes usually gone?

    Just asking because not sure if I should wait or not. Thanks.
     


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    I'm on the lookout for a good nub knit. Someone posted one close to perfection in the inverallan thread

    Any leads?
     


  7. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    A question for the vets who frequent Barney's: When the more expensive knits go on sale, mainly Jil and MMM, are the good (or smaller) sizes usually gone? Just asking because not sure if I should wait or not. Thanks.
    Yes. This is the case with any store.
     


  8. junebugmm

    junebugmm Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Geller FW08. I don't know why I sold it. [​IMG]
    His knits were so much affordable back then too.
     


  9. wj4

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    Yes. This is the case with any store.
    Gotcha. I will aim for 1-2 nice knits per month. That or open a Barney's card and go nuts. [​IMG]
     


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    need to get the one on the left desperatly [​IMG]
     


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    need to get the one on the left desperatly

    [​IMG]


    That looks knitastic, what is the brand?
     


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    or open a Barney's card and go nuts. [​IMG]

    don't do it man, trust me
     


  13. wj4

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    don't do it man, trust me
    I was just kidding, lol. I'm not going that route again. I did it with Nordstrom several years ago and racked up grands in a blink.

    I'll just buy what I can afford, no way I'm getting into debt for clothes.
     


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    That looks knitastic, what is the brand?

    The brand is 830 Sign. There's a bit about them on Selectism right now.

    Anyone know any online shops that carry this brand?
     


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    Margaret Howell FW knits look outstanding
     


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