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    SZ is proud to present a new partnership with The Archive boutique for men.

    Located in San Francisco, The Archive offers a carefully edited selection of menswear from niche designers all over the world, including:

    Rick Owens, Label Under Construction, MA+, Volga Volga, and Julius.

    Full Brand List

    Paris:
    Rick Owens
    Isaac Sellam
    Gossuin


    Tokyo:
    Julius
    Shellac
    The Viridi-anne
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    Kohzo Denim


    Milan:
    CP Company
    Nicolo Ceschi Berrini



    USA:
    Nice Collective
    Robert Geller


    Exclusively for SZ members, The Archive will offer free standard shipping in North America on regular priced items. Please visit their website at: www.archivesf.com and view their photo album of the current Designer Collections. For all inquiries, please contact Arthur, the co-owner of the shop, via a PM to member The Archive, or by email info@archivesf.com

    Please check this thread for future updates.
    Last edited by Faust; 03-21-2009 at 01:06 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    SZ is proud to present a new partnership with The Archive boutique for men.

    Located in San Francisco, The Archive offers a carefully edited selection of menswear from niche designers all over the world, including:

    Rick Owens, Label Under Construction, MA+, Volga Volga, and Julius.

    Full Brand List

    Paris:
    Rick Owens
    Isaac Sellam
    Gossuin


    Tokyo:
    Julius
    Shellac
    The Viridi-anne
    Attachment

    Kohzo Denim


    Milan:
    CP Company
    Nicolo Ceschi Berrini



    USA:
    Nice Collective
    Robert Geller


    Exclusively for SZ members, The Archive will offer free standard shipping with the purchase of regular priced items. Please visit their website at: www.archivesf.com and view their photo album of the current Designer Collections. For all inquiries, please contact Arthur, the co-owner of the shop, via a PM to member awlouie, or by email info@archivesf.com

    Please check this thread for furture updates.
    Nice! About time I'd say.

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    nice!! great store, great people. definitely a valued asset to this board.

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    Oh snap. I gotta check out the store next time I'm up that way.
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    Needless to say I am also excited to see The Archive here :-)
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    holy shmack
    i have now a good reason to go up to SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternal View Post
    this is great, thanks for all the work you're doing for this forum Faust.

    Do they ship worldwide as well?
    Glad to see somone pick up those Geller graident jeans, one of the pieces I did really like form that collection.

    And that MA+ leather, I think if we ever met, I would blush
    Hi, yes we can ship worldwide. Please feel free to pm with any questions!

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    Very nice but also very dangerous given that I can see all the pieces along with sizes and pricing! I know that it's time consuming to go through and add all the sizing and prices but it will likely save you endless emails and/or phone calls about availability. Great job.

    On items marked 'Sold Out', do you expect more in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sshum88 View Post
    Very nice but also very dangerous given that I can see all the pieces along with sizes and pricing! I know that it's time consuming to go through and add all the sizing and prices but it will likely save you endless emails and/or phone calls about availability. Great job.

    On items marked 'Sold Out', do you expect more in?
    Unfortunately, we will not be receiving anymore stock from items that have been sold out.

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    I'm going to have to stop by and check it out next time I'm out for either Folsom Street Fair or Dore Alley.

    I keep looking at those Julius gloves and kinda want them but what holding me back is the lack of thumb and fingers and not sure how well they stay on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumphoftiredeyes View Post
    I'm going to have to stop by and check it out next time I'm out for either Folsom Street Fair or Dore Alley.

    I keep looking at those Julius gloves and kinda want them but what holding me back is the lack of thumb and fingers and not sure how well they stay on.
    Fits great, stays on no problem:



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    Archive is amazing. Super professional dude y'all are dealing with here
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    Well there goes my next paycheck. Hopefully I can sell this fucking Versace bed.

    I'm sure someone here has a Vesace holygrail.



    Well at least I get base pay. Here's to Ramen Noodles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc3 View Post
    Archive is amazing. Super professional dude y'all are dealing with here



    kompressorkev, bc3: Thanks for the kind words.

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    Arthur and David are great people. The Archive has been one of the few stores I know of where they will talk you out of an item that doesn't look fantastic. I never skip it on my way through San Francisco.

    On another note, I don't think Faust's complete brand list is complete. Mihara Yasuhiro, Transit Uomo, Ugo Cacciatori, Officine Creative , Neil Barrett, Guidi, Giorgio Brato, Delle Cose, Werkstatt: Munchen, Collection Privee were all being carried last time I walked through the door. Have they really cut their lines that much? I'm pretty sure there would be other lines I've forgotten as well.
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    Hahahaha that versace's bed looks crazy

    theetruscan : well at least on their website I see they hold more stuff.. number nine. Geoffrey Young. Un Solo Mondo.. and little more.

    but After this post, I think the Archive will hopefully and thankfully reply with their current lines..

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    Quote Originally Posted by howinpark View Post
    Hahahaha that versace's bed looks crazy

    theetruscan : well at least on their website I see they hold more stuff.. number nine. Geoffrey Young. Un Solo Mondo.. and little more.

    but After this post, I think the Archive will hopefully and thankfully reply with their current lines..
    Oh, that's right. Un Solo Mondo was gone for a bit because he took a season off making clothes IIRC. Geoffrey Young belts are just unbelievably beautiful. The pictures don't do them justice at all. Unfortunately for me, they're not within my price range. I believe they're all distressed sterling buckles.
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    Here's our complete list of Designers for Spring/Summer 2009:

    CP Company
    DRKSHDW
    Label Under Construction
    M.A+
    Nicolo' ceschi Berrini
    Rick Owens
    Transit
    Nice Collective
    rag & bone
    Robert Geller
    Gossuin
    Hannes Roether
    Isaac Sellam
    Un Solo Mondo
    Backlash
    Attachment
    Julius
    Miharayasuhiro
    N. Hoolywood
    Number (N)ine
    Shellac
    The Viridi-anne
    Volga Volga
    Bagutta
    Kohzo Denim
    Kicking Mule Workshop Denim
    Notify Denim
    Guidi
    Officine Creative
    Marc Marmel
    Geoffry Young Belts
    Laura B
    Ugo Cacciatori
    Werkstatt Munchen
    .925 Jasmine
    Please contact us directly at: info@archivesf.com
    follow us on Instagram: #thearchivesf

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    I think this is a great collaboration! Congrats to Archive and the SZ community. As previously mentioned, Arthur, David and Michael are great guys who are truly passionate about what they do. I'm at the store almost every week. I can't recommend them highly enough!!

    Josh

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    ^ +1.

    I always make it a point to stop by The Archive when I'm in SF.

    Great buys every season and more importantly, Arthur and David are really great guys!

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