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    Devoa~~~ charismatic designer. Checked out the stuff and liked a lot of it. Definitely a good addition.

    Also met the co-owners of the Archives - very nice people!
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    devoa looks very, very nice. great addition to the stellar lineup. seconded, great people indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kompressorkev View Post
    devoa looks very, very nice. great addition to the stellar lineup. seconded, great people indeed.
    Thank you for your support and kind comments...all of you are nice peeps as well!
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    Default New arrival: Rick Owens

    New Rick Owens:

    Hi-collar Intarsia Jacket-washed lambskin leather:



    Berger Biker Jacket-washed lambskin leather:


    Samurai Hooded Coat-cotton canvas body with cotton jersey hood, w/leather sleeves:



    http://s202.photobucket.com/albums/a...0FW%202009-10/
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    archive hit final sale (60-70%) on non-excluded items today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theetruscan View Post
    archive hit final sale (60-70%) on non-excluded items today.
    anything of note left?
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    rick moto, size L and guidi back zips, size 43.

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    Default New Arrival: Shellac

    Sheepskin leather jacket with separate hooded wool under layer



    Military Parka with separate hooded wool under layer


    Melton wool peacoat


    More Shellac: http://s202.photobucket.com/albums/a...0FW%202009-10/
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    In light of some recent "fun" I've had trying to buy clothing, I'd like to say one more time what a pleasure it always is buying from Arthur and David at The Archive. To save space, I'll just say "you know how sometimes you think 'I wish they did X?' Well, the folks at The Archive do.'

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    Default New arrivals: KK Attachment

    Asymmerical Zipper Jacket


    Military "Hook Clasp" Jacket


    Drapey Coat with Belt


    J-Pant Stretch Velvet
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    The forme d'expression shit is amazing. The pictures do the items less than no justice. Also, the pricing is slightly higher than the website indicates.

    The double layer wool turtleneck that I saw has visible seams, but not apparent stiching visible. It's glorious. A guy bought my size as I walked in .

    The white button up shirt is perfection. The one in my size was boxed up as I walked in.

    I really wonder if there are good pictures of this line somewhere. It needs them.


    The Devoa double layer t-shirt is absolutely amazing. Cotton and silk, black and grey, no random details, nothing but right.

    The Devoa black zip jacket has some very fun construction going on around the arms and back. I don't know anything about making things, but it's beautiful.

    Materials on Devoa stuff were just fantastic. The basic grey shirt looked and felt so nice. Devoa is only available for small and normal sized people.

    Shellac leather rider is a heavy, very nice basic leather jacket. I could do without the weird gauze underlayer, but it's not attached in any way.

    Samurai jacket fits large for Rick Owens in my opinion. XL fit me perfectly. Badass as anything, not an easy piece to wear. conflicted. First Rick Owens item I can remember ever being fascinated by.

    Much has arrived, there is plenty of fun to be had.

    WRT to sales, there are some fun things left. Favorite thing left is the grey t from V-V, but my tastes are definitely a bit off for much of SZ I think. http://s276.photobucket.com/albums/kk38/archivesf2/Volga%20Volga%20SS2009/?action=view&current=SS2009part3072.jpg
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    Default forme d'expression

    Washed Calf Leather Hooded Jacket
    Last edited by awlouie; 08-02-2009 at 01:25 AM.
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    That Sheepskin is superb!!! What's the colour, I'm getting it really pixelated on my screen.


    Quote Originally Posted by The Archive View Post
    Sheepskin leather jacket with separate hooded wool under layer



    Military Parka with separate hooded wool under layer


    Melton wool peacoat


    More Shellac: http://s202.photobucket.com/albums/a...0FW%202009-10/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo View Post
    That Sheepskin is superb!!! What's the colour, I'm getting it really pixelated on my screen.
    All of the pieces are in black...sorry for the poor quality photos.
    "Fashions fade, style is eternal." —Yves Saint Laurent

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    Congratulations to The Archive on making it onto men.style.com!
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    nice contribution, i like seeing you guys there every season !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Congratulations to The Archive on making it onto men.style.com!
    Thanks Faust and Kev...yes, we are humbled, honored, and excited to be included in their Buyers Guide and GQ100 for the last 3 years!
    Last edited by The Archive; 08-10-2009 at 02:10 PM.
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    went in yesterday for the first time, very friendly. unfortunately ive been running on empty lately and was only able to kop a geller shirt.
    Quote Originally Posted by ddohnggo View Post
    fuck, that baby dresses way better than i do.

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    Just wanted to add my 2 bits as well, ARCHIVE has excellent customer service and David and his team are very nice to deal with, Thanks for your help with the Guidi,s!

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    Default Just arrived....m.a+

    Blazer-cotton moleskin with boiled wool lining


    Aviator jacket-zip front in boiled wool


    Combat boots-reversed camel leather with lug soles



    More m.a+ : http://s202.photobucket.com/albums/a...0FW%202009-10/
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