Woolrich WM FW10

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  1. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Presentation pictures from Milan are finally out. According to the nytimes, Daiki was inspired by early commes des garcons collections.

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  2. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    I like the fabric but what's with the nested cuffs on the Upland?
     


  3. robin

    robin Senior member

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    I like the fabric but what's with the nested cuffs on the Upland?
    That might be part of a sleeved cape that goes on top of the upland jacket.
     


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    looks like another railroad vest for me
     


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    Is this Daiki's last season with WWM?
     


  6. robin

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    Is this Daiki's last season with WWM?
    SS2011 is the last season under his contract. He is working together with WP Lavori to find a successor, though no one has been named.
     


  7. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    That might be part of a sleeved cape that goes on top of the upland jacket.

    Ok, now I see what's going on.
     


  8. ToruOkada

    ToruOkada Senior member

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    Might have been mentioned in the past, but why is Daiki leaving?
     


  9. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Might have been mentioned in the past, but why is Daiki leaving?
    His contract was only for a set period of time, and I believe they've already renewed it once.

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  10. ToruOkada

    ToruOkada Senior member

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    Thanks for the info
     


  11. MiniW

    MiniW Senior member

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    this stuff is very pimp, not that I think I can pull it off but I'd be very interested in at least seeing it in person and trying it on. Woolrich + Daiki is a winning combo and I'd hate to see it fall apart although I can see how the collections can get repetitive after a while.
     


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    Really liking the black and blues here. Hopefully the fit isn't getting any slimmer because I already can't fit into a proper medium Upland Jacket(sizing up sucks because it's too long).
     


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    I like those. Wasn't too keen on the first pics. I could really do with moving away from navy/blue outerwear though.
     


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    The maine guide jacket in the black and blue wool is great. Fits nice and feels awesome. The Upland BD shirts are a bit different this season with some stitching and button details. Definitely some nice pieces in there.
     


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