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Where can I acquire this leather jacket from? (UK)

addictive

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Hi guys.

Wanting a leather jacket.

Anyone know where this leather jacket is from?






Cheers!
 
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TOWIE mate. Little boutique near Buckhurst hill where it is filmed!

Zaps i think it is called
Thanks, I've looked on their website but they don't have it showing so I've emailed them and hoping for the best!
 

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Why do you think it was bought in this country even?
 

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Man, I wish I could help you because you have got it baaad for that jacket.

Good luck anyhow.
 

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From the photo, I believed it is a washed cafe racer type jacket.

For fashion brands, I will suggest Ache, lot 76, Burberry P, Dior Homme and if you want bad ass jacket go for Tom ford.

For a artistant jacket, with a good construction and beautiful aging, look for real mcrroys, schott horsehide, aero clothing, sometime evisu deluxe, and my favorite the flew.... All excellent jacket and excellent made.

For the one in the picture, it is a expensive one I am sure. For cheap Zara or Dutti

Good luck in your find
 

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Man, I wish I could help you because you have got it baaad for that jacket.

Good luck anyhow.
I really have! Thanks

From the photo, I believed it is a washed cafe racer type jacket.
For fashion brands, I will suggest Ache, lot 76, Burberry P, Dior Homme and if you want bad ass jacket go for Tom ford.
For a artistant jacket, with a good construction and beautiful aging, look for real mcrroys, schott horsehide, aero clothing, sometime evisu deluxe, and my favorite the flew.... All excellent jacket and excellent made.
For the one in the picture, it is a expensive one I am sure. For cheap Zara or Dutti
Good luck in your find
Thanks been searching, this is the closet I could find.



But it hasn't got the silver zip and 'creases' :(
 

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I really have! Thanks


Thanks been searching, this is the closet I could find.



But it hasn't got the silver zip and 'creases' :(

Well done! It achieves the aesthetic though, right.
 

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Hmm still haven't found the exact one!

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
 

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Versace has a few in their collection this year that are similar. (sheen, limited pockets, etc. for a cafe). you will be paying a hefty price though.
 

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It's just a normal cafe-racer style motorcycle jacket, and it looks two sizes too small.
 

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