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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, Mar 14, 2017.
I am now convinced Thedoros can read minds.
Theodoros must be the avatar of the Greek god of leather
He certainly is producing some great designs!
Aero Wayfarer in black Chromexcel, collected by a lucky customer from Pickings and Parry. Photos from their Instagram feed.
I still think that it'd be fun to get one of these with zip sleeves and hand warmer pockets, which would give it a seventies vibe. But I don't think that Aero would go with that.
Ha! Well, possibly not.... when I interviewed Ken a few months ago he told me that the Aero cut-off point is 1960, "because the sixties are when people started making crap."
@Edward I've heard similar comments from Ken in the past, and there don't seem to be many seventies leather jacket fanatics.
I think that a lot of jackets from that era have questionable styling, and the construction can be poor. The Zig Zag one I posted a few days ago needs a bit of refinement to make it work, and the stitching doesn't look great.
Erimaki jacket by No, No, Yes!
I can almost smell that rotting, sickening sweetness through the screen...
If you draped yourself in rotten shredded beef and thin slices of deli meet which expired 8 years ago...you'd still be wearing a nicer jacket.
Love the name though...
Reminds me of this place.
I thought this was the cool jackets thread, not the abominations one.
These go with every leather jacket and don't have you prancing around in high heels
Ohhhhh no. The new trends...people are starting to make vagrant style jackets now?
If that's a jacket of course.....could be anything I supose.
Always wanted a very deep green jacket
Theodoros works are something special
I agree. Patch pockets aren't flattering at all. Were these slash handwarmers the midsection wouldn't look like an expecting mom hiding a watermelon. Sizing for this chap is way off too boot. Dude either needs to hit the bench press and fill that jacket out or size down about two digits.
I think it would be more like