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Ethan and kenji ‘s store in tokyo and hk. Awesome aesthetic awesome products! Japanese made goods 

 

http://www.brycelandsco.com

 

 

 

 

 

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There house products look awesome , plan on picking up there neutral chore jacket ( like the Lee 91j in shape and details ) and maybe there sawtooth shirt when I'm in Hong Kong 

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Size down on chore coat

 

and size up on weatern shirts!

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Appatently ethan told me the jeans were based off eric claptons vintage xx jeans tweaked here and there

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I've seen on Instagram they have made a pair of wide leg high waist chinos in a Lee "jelt denim" inspired fabric that really looks good.

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Who makes the Bryceland denim items? The jeans look nice and all but 420/570 USD for the jeans and jacket respectively is quite steep...

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There original lot was made by Conners , I think it has stayed the same but I'm not 100%

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Hmm not made by conners the lot 133

 

 

heres the sizing measurements and shrinkage

 

 

 

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Lot 133 is manufactured by Pallet Life Story, and also a bunch of other items

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Looks really good... especially like the type I, denim chinos and chambray... but, as per comment above, it would be even better wiith keener pricing :)

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Yeah, those denim chinos for example are very similar to the ones John Lofgren made some years back but are more than double the cost. I had been toying with the idea of reviving that pair and I certainly wouldn’t sell them for close to $400.

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I guess that's the problem with small run limited items and when you need to work with another brand for production.

It probably costs Pallet around $100 to make, they sell them to Bryceland for around $200 and Bryceland has to make their margin otherwise it's not worth doing. 

 

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Buying a pair at $200 is too high, I would walk from that deal.

I’m in the same boat re: limited run and working with someone to have my stuff made in Japan but I would pass if it cost me $200 per pant to buy for sewing/fabric costs. Yes, patterning, grading, buttons, tags, shipping, customs etc would drive the real production cost up, but still. Then again I don’t have B&M overhead costs to pay. 

I’m surprised the black western shirt is the same price. I need these kinds of margins. :P

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the absurd prices aren't surprising considering their target audience: the styleforum 'classic' crowd (lots of dude in finance etc) eat this shit up.

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I have nothing but respect for ethandesu, a true OG in the community who only cares to make good, well made clothing as it used to be made when you used to go to the tailor for everything. There aren't many people doing clothing at this level IMO; Yes the prices are sky high and way out of my range personally, but for those willing to pay the price, this is as good as it gets for this aesthetic. Also, rent has to be insane at his Shibuya location alone. If anyone has any doubts about the shop or the intentions behind it, I suggest chatting up ethan himself if you're ever in Tokyo. It'll all make sense then. (Also, has styleforum started wearing 1930-40's silhouette's mixed with workwear? If so, they've leveled up)

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Ethan is a stand up gent. Brycelands is a great store. Always have a nice visit when I am in Tokyo. All of their products are spectacular, the chinos I got are fantastic, Ethan would bend over backwards to ensure that you get exactly what you need. 

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Their 1946 and 1947 repro jeans are spot on amazing! Just couldn't pull the trigger as I have 2-3 pairs of similar cuts from other brand.

Went with their Ghurka shorts and I'm impressed, such a conversation piece whenever I wear it out.

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Got their Cabana shirt from recent trip to hk.

Pleasently surprise...Did not know it was done by Ascot Chang, very cool that the label is subtly hidden at the bottom. 

Impeccable stitch work, personally love the cuffs.

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Color of the fabric is much more accurate on the first picture.

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Pics would be good if you get a chance mate

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Will post when I wear it again next time.

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