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    Yes, boots are devoa. They use YKK usually. Funny thing, Devoa and Lanvin use the same zippers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Yes, boots are devoa. They use YKK usually. Funny thing, Devoa and Lanvin use the same zippers.
    Good to know about this info, F.

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    Actually, I have to correct myself - just looked at my jacket and the zippers are RiRi M8, same as Lanvin. I confused it with my Julius leather. Getting rusty...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Actually, I have to correct myself - just looked at my jacket and the zippers are RiRi M8, same as Lanvin. I confused it with my Julius leather. Getting rusty...
    I was just about to correct you when i saw this. i rember us having the discussion that its interesting them being a Japanese company and using Riri...............it shows they are committed to using the best Materials in their work.

    I really like those boots but i find the Zipper pull to be unflattering. i would have to change them if I owned one
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    Anybody know if these are from the current FW10 collection?

    I'm looking for these ones which are from FW10 and I believe they're the same.

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    Peasant, those pictures are from AL, right? If so, I'm pretty sure they're from S/S 2010 not F/W 2010. If you look here at Motel Salieri, the same model number (DVPT-1037) is clearly listed as S/S. Based on the few F/W items I've seen pop up online, I'm guessing the F/W versions will have a model number somewhere around 1090.

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    they seem to be.. though he has made a similar pant for several seasons, including SS11. speaking of which, a few pictures:







    the collection is good like its predecessors, a number of the items are similar to last season but personally I appreciate the fact that he doesn't forcefully try to create something new every 6 months. trousers are awesome, both the full length and cropped ones. some cool jerseys, heavier pieces etc.
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    Thanks guys. After comparing them to Mot. Sal. they're likely SS10. I suppose it doesn't matter if the fits are basically the same. But I'm after a fabric that was discussed earlier. Worsted wool or woven canvas, I believe. I don't want anything jersy-ish.

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    anybody know where to buy those boots shown above in nakata's post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbi View Post
    anybody know where to buy those boots shown above in nakata's post?
    The Archive, but only in brown I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledger View Post
    I sat on the Eurostar home that night and all I could see in my head was those god damn seams.
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    No lie, I've had dreams about the long-sleeve tee I wrote about in the fall 2010 arrivals thread. It fits me ever-so-perfectly. And ledger's right about the anatomic construction. I've tried on a lot of stuff like Devoa before, but he gets it right EVERY time, from tees and knits to tailoring. And I wear my scarf from Fall '09 all the time; it's like a beautiful wool/linen hug for my face.

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    Never heard anyone praise the fit of their scarf. But I'm glad you love it.

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    to all of those who've seen this in person..

    may I ask if it's more a lightweight wool (autumn) or more substantial/thick (winter) fabric?

    thanks

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    Kind of mid-weight. The arms are rather slim, so you might not be able to layer it, but I would say it's suitable from autumn up to early winter.

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    Some images from the new collection. Devoa is quietly continuing to be one of my favorite brands. The cuts and fabric selections are impeccable.











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    The new version of the hooded jacket is so sick. Woven hemp - gorgeous texture and color. I am thinking to double-up, it's too perfect.









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    thanks for the pictures faust.

    those cropped pants look really good.

    but the cut of the blazer seems alil weird. the shoulders seem too 'angular' and horizontal for my liking. but the hooded jacket is sick indeed.

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    Indeed, the cropped pants are great, and will be coming to me when the season begins.
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    E, are these from 2010-11AW or 2011SS?

    edit: It's ok, realized they're 2011SS. For awhile there I thought it's the same cropped pants from the 10-11AW collection
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