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  1. Bought this in Tokyo at the WJK flagship store, but it's just a bit too slim for me. Beautiful soft white cotton with flecks of blue, roll-edge hems, and double layered fabric. Great for spring or summer. Trademark wjk metal circle on the back of the collar. WJK is a high quality Japanese menswear brand around the same level as Jun Hashimoto or Attachment (see http://www.wjk.jp/).

    This is the same shirt as in their current season here: http://www.wjk-ec.jp/fs/wjkec/tshirt/7023lj32ov, selling for ~US$125.

    Would fit a 46 perfectly or a slim 48 if you want a snug fit like in the fit pic. For reference I'm 6' / 155 lbs

     

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    Measurements:
    Chest: 18.5"
    Shoulders: 16"
    Length: 26"

    $70 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates. Paypal add 4% or 0% for gift payment.


  2. Take a break from all that dark denim and try something different. These are from PRPS's high end denim line, PRPS Noir. All designed in NYC and manufactured in Japan. The denim is a nice heavyweight selvedge - 13 or 14 ounce at least. Lots of cool details like the sewn rivets, the signature PRPS folded back pocket design, brass-color buttons, and cracked leather patch.

    PRPS does some nice distressing on their Noir line without going overboard - just creases and some light wear and fades. Looks very natural (check out the closeup of the combs). All the wear is part of the original distressing - I only wore these a couple times (they were a bit too slim for me). No rips or stains. Have not been washed.

    I bought these at Barneys on sale (MSRP was $500). Selling for $200 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates. Paypal add 4% or 0% as a gift.

    Same cut / style as these selling for $622 on Farfetch.

     

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    Measurements:
    Waist: 15.75"
    Inseam: 33.25"
    Rise: 9 7/8"
    Thigh: 11"
    Knee: 8 3/8"
    Leg opening: 7 3/8"


  3. Beautiful sweater from Label Under Construction, in dark grey printed with a light grey color on one side. Light wrinkling which gives it a cool texture and color variation. Like all LUC sweaters it's reversible, which gives a lot of flexibility for styling. Dark grey side has some cool lines where the light grey print comes through. 100% Alpaca - similar to wool but a bit softer and very warm.

    Great condition - no rips / pulls / stains.

    Fits a 46 or a slim 48. Selling because it's a bit snug on me (I wear a 48 but I'm going for a looser fit these days).

     

     

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    Measurements:

    Chest: 19"
    Shoulders: 15.5"
    Sleeve length: 26"
    Length (from collar to hem): 26"

    Selling for $450 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates. Paypal add 4% for fees or 0% if paid as a gift.


  4. Beautiful leather jacket from Valentino, in a really versatile M85 / blazer style.

    Leather on this jacket is superb - a beautiful burnished brown lambskin that's super soft and thick. Craftsmanship is equally great, as you would expect from a top-tier designer. Fully lined with viscose, all the cuff buttons are fully operable (not those sewn-shut buttonholes you see on some blazers these days), 3 interior pockets, dual layer outer pockets, heavy-duty M8 Riri zipper, shoulder gussets for easier arm movement.

    And a really nice cut to boot - slim but with a bit of room to move. I'm 6' / 155 lbs / slim 48 and when I was living in NYC I would often layer this jacket over a thick sweater in the winter. If you're a a bit beefier it would probably fit more like the store fit-pic (he's wearing it over a thin sweater, looks like). The zipper also gives the jacket some nice structure so you can button just two of the front buttons and still have a very clean slim cut without the jacket pulling at the buttons.

     

     

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    This was the first really high quality leather I ever bought, and I'm kind of sad to be selling it, but my style is moving in another direction and I haven't been wearing it much.

    Condition is great.. some light creasing on the arms and a few very light scuffs on the back; no rips / tears / stains. Also, just wanted to note that the light patch on the lower back in the photo is just some sunlight since I took the pictures outdoors for the most accurate representation of the color.

    Measurements:
    Chest (P2P): 19.5"
    Shoulder: 17"
    Sleeve length: 26"
    Length (shoulder to hem): 28.5"
    Elbow width: 5.75"
    Cuff width: 5.25"

    MSRP was US$2500, selling for $1100 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates. Paypal add 4% or 0% for gift payment.


  5. Beautiful shearing jacket from Giorgio Brato. Contrasting forearms and collar in a very soft grey leather. Shearling is quite thick and warm.

    Lots of nice details like double zippers, contrast seams, leather backing on the collar, and adjustable straps at the sides for a more fitted look.

     

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    I bought this jacket on sale at at Hotoveli in NYC. MSRP was $1750. Haven't been getting much use from it now that I'm in LA and it rarely gets too cold here.

    Condition is very good - no real signs of wear. I did have the collar shortened a bit since it was kind of oversized. The stitching isn't 100% perfect at the back after the adjustment (pictured) so this is reflected in the price.

    Measurements:
    P2P: 21.75"
    Shoulder: 18.5"
    Waist: 20"
    Length (shoulder to hem): 27"
    Sleeve length: 26.5"
    Cuff: 5.5"

    I usually wear a 48 (chest measures 37") and this size 50 fits me with some room to spare. It would be pretty fitted on a true size 50.

    $400 --> $350 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.


  6. Slim cut jacket from 10 Sei 0 Otto in a soft oiled calf leather that has a nice matte finish. Has a stand-up collar and a thick wool lining which is great in winter - this jacket works well in lower temperatures. Lots of nice details like raw cut hem and cuffs, overlock stitching, and a thick gunmetal double-zip.

     

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    Originally the wool lining on this jacket extended several inches past the cuffs and hem but it was a bit too long and drapey for me so I trimmed it off. I took a photo of the inside so you can see it. Not the cleanest edge but it's on the inside and you never see it.

    I would say this fits a slim 48 well. I'm about 155lbs and 6' and it fits me perfectly. I hate to sell this because it's a great jacket but I just have too many leather jackets. Bought from Vertice London, retail was around $1100. Selling for $500 shipped in CONUS (add 4% for paypal or 0% if paid as a gift). International shipping based on quoted rates.

    Measurements:
    Chest: 20"
    Shoulders: 17.5"
    Length: 27"
    Sleeve: 27"
    Cuff: 4.75"


  7. Simon Spurr lamb suede jacket, size small / 48

     

    Really nice suede jacket from Simon Spurr's main line (not 'SPURR', their cheaper line). The quality of the leather on this jacket is really amazing - it's like you would find from luxe brands like Hermes. This is literally the softest suede I've ever touched, even softer than my KK Attachment jacket made with Guidi calf leather.

    Nice slim, modern cut with buttons down the front for a casual style. Button cuffs you can open if you want an even more casual look. This is the kind of jacket you can wear unbuttoned over a t-shirt on a Saturday with jeans or over a dress shirt at a fancy restaurant.

    Retail on this jacket was $2500. I bought it at Barney's warehouse sale in NYC about 3 years ago.

    Some caveats: I removed the epaulettes and the pockets on the front for a cleaner look. I also had a few alterations done - shortened the collar and the sleeves, which were strangely long initially. If you look closely you can see a faint outline of the pockets on the front. There's not much to see from where the epaulettes were but I took some close-ups.

    Condition is great - no stains, rips, or tears. Some light wear on the cuffs.

    Measurements:

    Chest: 20.5" / 52cm
    Shoulder: 17.5" / 45cm
    Length: 25" / 63.5cm
    Sleeve: 25" / 63.5cm
    Cuff: 5" / 12.7cm

    For reference for the fit pics, I'm 5'11" and 155 lbs.

    $500 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.

     

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  8. SOLD

     

    Beautiful leather on these F+B 709 side-zips. These are from a few years back when F+B used higher quality leather; these are very soft. Lightly worn, as you can see in the pics - some light scuffing around the heels; nothing a good polishing couldn't clean up. The logo on the sole is still very visible and the heels are original.

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    Size 43, about equivalent to a US 10.5. I usually wear a US size 10 in F+B and these are a bit too large for me. Outsole measures 12 1/4".

    Almost identical to these 709's selling on Gimmeshoes.com for $450.


  9. SOLD

     

    This was my first pair of high quality denim, from the Japanese brand Fullcount & Co. Bought at Blue in Green in NYC for >$300. Wore these for about a year, washed once, and as you can see they developed some really great fades.

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    Fullcount uses a hefty 13.75oz selvedge denim made of Zimbabwe cotton that fades beautifully and can take a lot of wear. Really great construction including hidden rivets on the back pockets. They don't have any rips or tears and no thinning in the crotch area. The only areas that aren't fully intact is the arc stitching on the right back pocket, and but this could easily be mended by a tailor.

    Selling because I have too much denim and don't wear these enough anymore, although they look even better now than they did originally IMO.

    Measurements:

    Waist 16.25"
    Thigh 11.25"
    Knee 8.5"
    Leg opening 8"
    Inseam 34"

    Selling for $125 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.


  10. **** SOLD ****

    Price drop! x2

    Really nice modern take on a denim jacket from French luxe brand Balenciaga. Beautiful raw denim with tons of nice details like elbow darts, edge-less slit pockets, and a hidden button placket. Very clean lines and a cropped length for a modern look. The denim quality on this jacket is great, feels a lot like my Dior MIJ denim - very smooth and dense but not overly thick/heavy. Should fade really well.

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    Condition is brand new with tags, never been worn.

    Sizing: I bought this jacket on SF a while ago hoping I could fit my slim size 48 into it but, it's definitely suited to a much smaller size - could probably even work for a 44. Wish I could do a proper fit pic for this but it's too small for me.

    Measurements:

    P2P: 18.5"

    Shoulders: 15.5"

    Waist hem: 18"

    Arm length: 26.5"

    Overall Length (from top of shoulder to hem): 22.75"

    Cuff: 5.25"

    Selling for what I paid - $275 --> $250 --> now $225 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.

  • Alan Crocetti Silver Nose Plaster
    $US 342

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