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    Quote Originally Posted by haydn View Post
    I saw a Rotterdam leather jacket (padded version from Sisyphus) and noticed that the zips weren't raccagni, but rather Rick Owens branded on the back. I haven't seen this before - but also haven't purchased anything with a zip from Rick in the past year. Is he manufacturing his own zips now in house?
    More than likely they are still Racagni, but with custom pulls

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    Own that “lung jacket” (never heard that description before) shown on the previous page. I can say that it looks more comfortable to wear on that fantastic image than it does on the body. At least my body. The arms are very long on this one and very tight in the armpits. Makes me think it was built for a longer, more extended super-thin model body than mine.

    Still love it, it looks bloody amazing.

    The garment code is DU15F5777-BWGQ if it helps anyone.

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    Does anybody know if the jewelry is still made by Parts Of Four?
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    No, it hasn't been for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    No, it hasn't been for a long time.
    Thanks! Do you know who replaced them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Thanks! Do you know who replaced them?
    Not sure. I imagine it's done in house now.
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    Does anyone know what kind of leather LTQ is? It’s not explained in that one list on the internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Does anyone know what kind of leather LTQ is? It’s not explained in that one list on the internet.
    from what i remember its a very thin calf , waxed not shiny and the q is for quilted on the interior. not a great one

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    How do the double layer t shirts work? Can you pull the inner layer higher up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karupt View Post
    How do the double layer t shirts work? Can you pull the inner layer higher up?
    It's basically a single piece construction that wraps back inside itself from the bottom. That is to say there is no bottom hem per se, let alone two hems. This means that you cannot pull the inner layer up without stretching the outer layer, which I believe is what you're asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibut View Post
    It's basically a single piece construction that wraps back inside itself from the bottom. That is to say there is no bottom hem per se, let alone two hems. This means that you cannot pull the inner layer up without stretching the outer layer, which I believe is what you're asking.
    So can the double layer shirt be played around with to create interesting variations? I am also not tall, so I would want to be able to pull the inner layer up and not have the "hem" area bunch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karupt View Post
    So can the double layer shirt be played around with to create interesting variations? I am also not tall, so I would want to be able to pull the inner layer up and not have the "hem" area bunch up.
    You can stack it but eventually the more you wear it the fabric loosens up and does not stay in place. As a result it bunches up at the waist creating a very unflattering effect. I am 178 cm for reference.
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    Fun fact - Rick Owens did a couple of costumes for Tank Girl.

    Arianne Phillips: Well I absolutely love Tank Girl’s opening costume. It’s a coat and half of the coat is made of army fatigue pants, mashed up with denim and leather jackets, with different sleeves, kind of like a patchwork look. It was actually a collaboration I worked on with a friend of mine who’s now a very famous fashion designer called Rick Owens. Rick collaborated with me on a couple of costumes, before he’d even launched his own line, including another jacket and a skirt, and it was super fun to work with him. And of course, I love the gas mask with all the bits all over it, which was directly inspired by the comic.

    https://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion...ianne-phillips
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