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Woolrich FW08 is up

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dusty, Jul 3, 2008.

  1. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    http://www.woolrichwoolenmillsproduction.com Don't like it as much as last year's, but I do love that herringbone beanie. Peacoat looks really nice. They are missing a fair number of pieces from what I know of the collection.
     


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    Cardigan looks nice, as does the hunting jacket. Pics aren't that great though, so I can't really make out all the details.
     


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    I'm a huge EG fan, but a lot of this stuff looks a little over-the-top, with the wrong balance of details.
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Meh...

    Guide jacket looked interesting. Wouldn't mind taking a closer look. I know the raglan wouldn't do much for most on here but it's definitely something I'd wear.
     


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    I really like the bag
     


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    xchen Senior member

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    Some of this stuff looks good, mostly the outerwear. On my definite cop list this F/W is a shawl collar cardigan, hopefully with antiqued steel buttons.
     


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    I'm a huge EG fan, but a lot of this stuff looks a little over-the-top, with the wrong balance of details.
    Ha ha. Or are you being serious? I've always viewed Woolrich as fairly conservative, actually. Sort of like a slightly more adventurous and interesting Eddie Bauer. But only slightly. Not to say they don't have nice stuff, but I just don't put them in the same category as EG.
     


  10. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    Ha ha. Or are you being serious? I've always viewed Woolrich as fairly conservative, actually. Sort of like a slightly more adventurous and interesting Eddie Bauer. But only slightly. Not to say they don't have nice stuff, but I just don't put them in the same category as EG.

    I don't think you understand: this is not plain old Woolrich, it's the new Woolrich Woolen Mills line designed by Daiki Suzuki (of EG). As for which is more adventurous, they are pretty much the same. Woolrich uses bolder fabrics while EG has more unexpected detailing.
     


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    Ah... Well, that's very different.

    Never mind...
     


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    The fishing smock is an interesting piece and are those trout critters on it? It reminds me of the parka in the Take Ivy book.
     


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    Agreed Hunting Jacket looks interesting. Prices are probably going to be insane for the peices.
     


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