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Looks like it's a twill shirt jacket material, might be getting it, tooHunting Jacket is big gas. Getting that for sure.
Same thoughts on this also. The blocktech coating has improved over the season but we really don't need another blocktech coat.I wish that Trench Coat is just a classic cotton trench. So tired of Lemaire employing blocktech in his coats.
Saw the details on the Japanese site on the Hunting jacket, it's 56-44 lyocell-cotton blend, I think like the FW18 work shirts having that gloss feel. The military shirt is indeed jersey in rayon-nylon blend. The texture is interesting, will see how it will be in person.The Trucker jacket looks nice. The Hunting jacket looks interesting as well, but I want to see the fabric in person. It looks like a synthetic poly/nylon material. The Denim Work jacket looks good and looks like it has side entry pockets.
The knitted Dry sweater has an interesting weave at the cuffs and ribbing. The Cuban shirt isn’t really my style, but the reverse pleat detail looks nice. If the military shirt is made of a jersey fabric, I’ll pass on that. I’d rather get the mainline one in the ripstop cotton poplin fabric.
I think they put out a similar design as the Baker Pants of 19SS.Yeah the men’s collection does look a little boring with the limited muted pastel colors, but there’s some interesting pieces. The front patch work pants look interesting too. Has the UU line put out a version of OG-107 fatigue pants?
I noticed one of the signature details in the UU line is the curved symmetrical vertical stitching along the placket of his jackets. Does Lemaire do that with his own line?
I was eyeing this online. The shoulder and chest measurements certainly look oversized. Do you think they are inaccurate?Bought today an 'oversized work shirt' from the new collection that seems to be a perfect repro of an OG-107 Fatigue shirt. Really nice Cotton Ripstop, i chose an olive one, but might get some other colors too. In my case the XL don't seem oversized, rather TTS.
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