edmond

atlast&co , butcher products , timeworn clothing

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fabrics ok nice but nothing grand

 

the cut and the construction is awesome though.

 

wide straight leg.

 

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Ed post some fit pics!

I want a lot of the Timeworn Clothing stuff I've seen on IG. I'll proxy some stuff in the new year I think.

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Really like Time Worn and and At Last Co.

Have yet to pull the trigger on anything. Will wait till Im back in Tokyo and can actually try things on.

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Lot 147 size 34 

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I'm going to get a pair one day, not sure what model exactly.
I keep my eye on Yahoo Auctions, if I could get my hands on a catalog from them I'd feel more comfortable proxying a pair.

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Just won a Butcher Products chambray off Yahoo Auctions JP for cheap, I'll be sure to post some pictures when it lands. 

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What size austin?

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Size 17, measurements that the guy had listed looked good and at the price I couldn't pass it up since I've been looking for one.
Doesn't seem to be used too much either based on the photos.

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Just got the shirt in, ended up being about $65 dollars all in, hell of a deal and it seems like it's never even been worn!
Initial thoughts are that the fabric is really nice and soft, buttons feel high quality. Fit it good but a little long, might possibly get it shortened.
I'm going to give it a wash and then I'll post some pictures.

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may i know where to buy atlast & co via online? 

couldn't find any match result on google....

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They don't really have an online presence at all.
As far as I know there are two stores in Japan, The Vintage Showroom in London and VMC sell their stuff. Maybe a store in South Korea as well.
It is a Japanese brand, it is owned by Kei Hemmi of Tenderloin.

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This is my new favourite brand. I have a bunch of items, all from VMC. The fabrics are really good, on a par with Freewheelers and older Cabourn stuff. They start stiff but soften up a bit with wear. The real kicker for me is the construction; it is as crisp and detailed as anything I've ever seen.

Shirts fit a couple inches longer than most Japanese repro brands but that is perfect for me as I'm tall and lots of nice shirts often look short and boxy on me.

Vintage showroom has a couple of shirts and one or two cuts of jeans. VMC has a bunch more stuff, jackets, shirts, chinos and jeans. I highly recommend checking out in person if you can, it's a real hidden gem of a brand.

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I was lucky enough to source a pair of the lot 161 and they're by far the best pair of jeans I've owned. I wish there were more brands out there making jeans with a proper high waist. I've visited the Vintage Showroom a few times - it's usually a fairly limited selection but what they have is very nice. One of my favourite details is the pocket bag featuring an anvil like the top fly button:

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the craftmanship look nice but from what I see on instagram and elsewhere I can't really understand if the fabric is quality and character-wise on par with let's say Warehouse or Fullcount. I'd be curious to hear about it. Also it looks like the rise on those jeans is enormously high (like 13 inches or more for a 36). The way I am built a 12.5 front rise will get up to my ribs, the at last cuts may get right under my pits....

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The fabric is fairly plain with a bit of hairiness but very sturdy - I'd say Ed's photos are a good representation of how it looks. The rise on my w36 pair was around 14.25-14.5" which didn't seem to change much after a soak, though they shrunk a *lot* in the waist and length. As a big thigh/butt guy who almost exclusively wears 14"+ rises, they work great for me, but I appreciate that this kind of cut isn't for everyone. As for construction, they're absolutely solid and are built as well as any other well-regarded Japanese brand in my opinion. I can grab some measurements and more photos later if anyone is interested.

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I have only a pair of chinos with a rise that high. When I sit the belt touches my ribs haha. I am definitely not the best body type for ultra high rises, pity as I dig a lot the look on others. One of my favourite Instagram guy as of late is chuckrayone and he pulls off that style like a champ...

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It's also my highest rise, similar to the At Last chinos or Cabourn worker pants from a few years ago. The cut is very generous in the thigh/ knee/ opening so they have a 30's worker vibe to them which gives them a relaxed look. Certainly my most comfortable pair as well. Denim holding up nicely but they currently have less than 20 wears so a bit early to pass judgement. Material and construction seems up there with everything else I own (IH, SC, Roy, Studio D'Artisan etc).

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      who can fucking proxy me some atlast and co stuff? god damn hard to buy these son of a bitches.
       
       
       
      lets talk sizing and all please anyone care to share their shizz on this brand?
       
       
      xoxo
       
      ed