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The Frank Leder thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jet, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Yeah +1 to Mark and OEN, although I don't think he was carrying FL in the spring so not sure if he's doing it again in the fall. Hope so. In fact, I've had great help from all the places I've bought FL from: Neighbor, S Willard, OEN and Ra. (That might be the only 4 stockists I know of now that I think about it.)
     
  2. Caveat

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    I don't look good in that brown/green/yellow palette so I kind of skip over those things, but I agree. The vest and pants look great together and especially with that coat. Strange choice on the blue shirt.
     
  3. jet

    jet Senior member

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    can't wait to check out stuff in person
     
  4. andrewgreg

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    who carry Frank Leder stuff in LA besides south willards?
     
  5. dotcomzzz

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    Let us know how it turns out Jet.

    Yeah Caveat he does seem to do lot with those colors. I'm in the other camp where the earthtonish things are easier to work with. But like you said he'll throw in some blue here and there, red as well, usually looking primary ish. I wonder if it's by design or has something to do with how the fabrics are dyed.
     
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  6. jet

    jet Senior member

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    damn leder is hot fire this season fuck
     
  7. dotcomzzz

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  8. zissou

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    Very interesting to see broadfall trousers.

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  9. chinesealpha

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    Mail-moth - Leder cap, scarf, trousers.
     
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  10. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Senior member

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    the leder stuff at neighbour is awesome. everything feels really well. i don't know how else to say it. its like real clothes or something. golden star to jetman you had this guy pegged dude
     
  11. KingJulien

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    If I range between a 32 and a 33 in TTS pants depending on the rise, would I be a 48 or a 50 in Leder?
     
  12. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    I think you'd be a 48. I had to size down the one pair of trousers I have.
     
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  13. superego

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    burgundy leder cardi got here, love the weave/color, fit make a nga look swole as fuck

    more to come later
     
  14. jet

    jet Senior member

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    is the fabric soft or is it on the stiffer side so doesn't drape as loosely? no time to get down to south willy

    what size you cop and whats the overall length?
     
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  15. superego

    superego Senior member

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    got a chance to snap some pics of the frank leder burgundy cardigan from sw

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    material is a nice medium weight wool. really like the weave and color on this, probably falls somewhere in the middle on the luxe-hearty knit spectrum (not as course as something like the SS ijevan, but also not cashmere/alpaca soft). pics are pretty true to actual color.

    got this in the L/44 listed on south willard. I take a L in most things (xl in some slimmer stuff like sns) and this fit more like a traditional medium than a L; arms are notably slim. apparently they don't make this in a size larger than this either. disappointing, because I def would have kept this had the fit been more workable.

    measurements on this piece:
    p2p: 21.5in
    shoulder (seam to seam): 18in
    length (base to shoulder): 28in
     
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  16. msg

    msg Senior member

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    So, you're not keeping it?
     
  17. superego

    superego Senior member

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    nope, going back
     
  18. VLSI

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    Looks really great though. What's your chest?
     
  19. superego

    superego Senior member

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    wear a 44 jacket, but probably closer to an actual 45
     
  20. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    Wow, how'd you even put on a 21.5 p2p? Was debating if it would fit me, measurements made it seem on the edge, but if that;s the case it definitely would.
     

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