Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Dec 23, 2012.
Wow, I didn't even know that existed, thank you for the link!
Bespoke Gieves & Hawkes
Water Buffalo? I have a pair of water buffalo shoes purchased a few years ago.
^^^^ Wow, that is one of the coolest jackets I think I've ever seen.
...yep, isn't it?
and just when you think it is as cool as it can be...one more detail you might have missed. If you look closely at the pic of the breast pocket you will notice it is actually two pockets. There is a smaller pocket sewn over the regular breast pocket ...maybe as a wee little ticket pocket...or perhaps to hold the arms of you glasses?
Made in 1984 by G&H master cutter Ray Jordan.
Nope, never. The things that I like... you never see on auction I also work for clothes.
Coolest thing I've ever found by far. Vintage Huntsman fox hunting jacket. 100% hand made. Built like a tank. Too tired to describe it in a way that does it justice, and the pics can't possibly compare to real life.
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Wow, that is a beautiful piece. Art.
Are 90's sports clothing nostalgia welcome here?
Gonna say no. But thanks for asking!
Funny, I just found a similar hunting jacket from E. Tautz & Sons. It is handmade and very heavy. It appears to be dated 21/9/15! It is in excellent condition (Sorry, the photos aren't good.) Does anybody know where to find the potential value of it?
Cross-post from the Thrift thread. Cut, composition and materials lead me to think it's from the early 1950s. The buttons appear to be bakelite. There are a few pinpoint moth holes and some wear at the back of the armpits but it fits me fine. I'll probably wear it as a shacket or as a layer (see photo) but from the shirt tails I think it may have been intend to be worn tucked in. I dig that look - with highwaisted, baggy pants - but I don't have anywhere to pull it off.
Also a crosspost from the thrift thread.
1960s vintage Mauna Kea Beach Hotel aloha shirt.
Fabric is rayon (I think), buttons are metal made to look like lava. Style is all 60s...
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