No point in having this stuff clogging up space, low prices before I go through the rigmarole of ebay in a few days.
All prices include shipping in UK, everything first class recorded/signed for.
Apologies in advance for the shit pics! Have provided links / other images where possible that better do the items justice.
AW12 ANN DEMEULEMEESTER PANTS
Amazing trousers (no one really cuts them like her), just too skinny a silhouette for what I wear nowadays unfortunately. Stupid not to admit that when I bought them but the fabric etc was just so good got a bit carried away…
Amazing fabric, nice and warm, great details in the cut (asymmetrical seams etc)
Can see them here with more details:
Paid 445 for these from LN-CC, worn maybe 5 times max (probs need a dryclean), want just 200 for them as all they're doing is taking up space at the moment.
SUNSEA MELTON WOOL TOP
Great, very warm top made from thick melton wool. Boxy fit similar to what Raf was doing at Jil Sander over the last few seasons, but with more of a Japanese streetwear feel to it. Raw edges but very clean cut. Zips up each side, hidden pockets behind the zips.
Paid about 300 for it from LN-CC, from AW11 collection. Worn about ten times probably.
Same as this but in grey:
Amazing cropped pants from Japanese brand Name - extremely hard to find outside of Asia (not sure if there are any stockists now, as LN-CC no longer appear to carry it). From SS11 colelction I think. Subtle detailing across the thighs, including tiny suede patterns and frayed geometric shapes. There is a pouch shape bag that comes with them not in my photgraphs but will dig it out. Mine are slightly more faded than ln-cc pics, after having them dry cleaned (they're the black pair). Look best with thermal layer beneath I think but that's just me. Made from a great, heavyweight linen.
Paid about 400 for them.
COMME DES GARCONS HOMME PLUS BLAZER/JACKET
Absolutely incredible, super-rare piece from Comme's mainline AW 2003 collection. Regular fitting, either as a 3-button blazer or can be fastened around the collar baker-style. The fabric is a really soft, medium to heavyweight cotton/japanese rayon/polyester (3%) blend, and the amazing, deconstructed lining is made from different panels of off-white, silky cupra. A beautiful piece that I'm really sad to let go but I just don't wear it since getting a similar kolor jacket that fits me a little better. Worn a handful of times. Never washed, could do with a dry clean as there is a v. small mark just between two of the button holes, barely perceptible.
Size Medium (would possibly fit a small large too)
£200 > £185 > £175 > £150 (bought brand new condition for 400, would have retailed for way more than that)
ANN DEMEULEMEESTER PANTS
£SOLD (bought for approx 300/350 I think from LN-CC, pretty sure SS11 but poss AW10).
NIKE X FRAGMENT DESIGN X UNDERCOVER
Again, you're probably all familiar with these, super-clean collab with hiroshi fujiwara and jun takahashi. Far better materials and construction than the normal release of the style (have owned both), am only selling as I have the black colourway from the previous release and only seem to ever wear them. Only tried on indoors, never worn. With box.
Size US 12
£80 > £70 > £65 > £55
SUNSPEL V NECK TEE AND POLO SHIRT
Some of the best basics you can buy for fit/fabrics. Both 100% cotton, made by uk textiles brand w/ heritage that stretches back to 18-something… (who cares etc). Never opened, apart from this morning as couldn't remember if they were long or short sleeved (both are short sleeved). Colour is what I'd describe as racing green, like I'd imagine to be on model vintage sports cars, but what do I know? Never been into cars really, model or otherwise.
Both Size Medium, regular fitting
£25 each or £45 for the pair > £15 each or £25 for the pair
ALBAM ONE-OFF FLECKED SHIRT
PAUL SMITH KENNEDY SHOES
Perfect shaped derbies( rounder toe than most paul smith shoes)hand made in Italy in a really rich kind of oxblood leather with a blue, brick-style sole (but far more durable / heavy weight than, say, sanders/mcnairys etc). They've been worn a handful of times and have a few grazes on the uppers and a little bit of blue on the inside of each heel (see pic) from the soles knocking against them. In my opinion they look better with wear (but I would say that wouldn't I?), but in any case its purely a slight aesthetic difference and the insoles, soles etc are in pretty much perfect condition.
UK 9.5 (I wear a uk10 in vans/cons/most nikes - these are maybe a shade small but basically fit fine)
£80. Bought for £270ish from paul smith covent garden. Kind of silly price but they've just been gathering dust pretty much since the week I bought them)
REDWING POSTMAN OXFORDS
I really, really love these shoes, and this is a really reluctant sale - unfortunately for whatever reason I just never wear them. These red wings are pretty hard to find now (in the UK at least), and I had to order them in especially to American Classics from the states. They're a premium reproduction of standard issue American postman/policeman shoes in the 60s (i think) and the quality is incredible, much better in my opinion than the chukkas or moc toe boots, both of which I've owned in the past. Been worn once on the way home from the shop (like an over-eager little kid), and possibly once to the supermarket for a yellow-stickered, pre-packed sandwich just before closing (£2.60 to 29p? yes please: two). There's very subtle creasing across the foot and one or two barely noticeable grazes.
UK 9.5 (I wear a uk10 in vans/cons/most nikes)
£140PENDING (bought for £220, they're basically new so bargain bargain price).