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post #51 of 158

ok but tell me one thing : diesel knows that the thavar cut is very popular and they probably know that the 811 wash will be  a hit. or curiously in France they have choosen to sell the krooley in that wash only ? and it will not be released on the online store if i trust the diesel flagship store manager i have spoken to ?

post #52 of 158

Yes, it's very strange. Also, many big online stores do not have 811p. And I do not think that many of the stores, do not know about that 811p thavar a hit of this collection. Maybe diesel itself regulates deliveries of wash and it is not so easy to order for stores

post #53 of 158
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Originally Posted by Dieselolic View Post

Finally got around to take a few fit pics!



The fading isn't as white as my original pics. Beautiful wash. Like denim collector said the rust tint is really awesome.

 

Great! I'm more and more envy you))))))))

post #54 of 158

If someone in a Diesel store in France has told you they wont be getting them, you can bet that that they will not be available at all direct from Diesel, stores or online throughout the whole of Europe. I personally cant see them popping up online now, I think they would have been available already.

 

The best bet for everybody is to regularly search the internet and hope that some independent retailers in Europe get them in. The other issue finding them online is ensuring the websites label them properly as Thavar 811P as opposed to just 'Blue Jeans' etc.

 

In terms of Diesel knowing that Thavar is a popular cut, and following the money etc, this may not be the case. The most popular cuts and washes are reflected in the ones bought in by retailers, so based on that, I would say that in the UK, Larkee and Krooley tend to be the most widely available jeans. Also, DenimNuts like us are into Thavar and the other slim cuts, but I would say that the general public (those that dont spend stupid amounts of money on jeans each month) are generally after a more relaxed fit. 

 

Diesel as a brand may or may not be aware that it has quite a following (this forum for example) but even so, its not always about the money. When a mate of mine ran a small mens boutique where he lived, he told me about G-Star. He said that they offered a service where you could order any jean in any wash from the previous season if you wanted it (I think it was for retailers). In Diesels case though, without such a service means that people like us talk about the brand a lot more, are constantly looking for pairs we cannot get hold of and therefore raise the profile and interest of the brand, if that makes sense?

post #55 of 158
Yeah that's the way luxury brands work to raise customers interest and desire to get items not easily available. Moncler works that way as well.
post #56 of 158
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Yeah that's the way luxury brands work to raise customers interest and desire to get items not easily available. Moncler works that way as well.

I totally agree. I think those who want to buy them, somehow will get their

post #57 of 158

Agreed :-D

post #58 of 158
@ leftvapor, upon reflection I am inclined to agree with you. The general public buys relaxed washes like Larkees, so that is, after all, where the money is for Diesel. Not in Thavars. Come to think of it I only moved on to slim cuts a few weeks back!

You may also be right about the scarcity of particular brand, or wash if you like, increasing interest in a brand. What you write does make sense.
post #59 of 158

It is true, honest :-D 

post #60 of 158
I tried 811p in krooley today. The wash is phenomenal! Krooley's didn't fit too bad actually, but would still probably rather wait for Thavars.
post #61 of 158
Can't decide which one is better, favoring left pair slightly, what do you guys think?

post #62 of 158

Yes, keep the left pair

post #63 of 158
Left indeed.
But I think that fade is just too much. That wash looks way too
oldschool.
post #64 of 158
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Originally Posted by rcom440 View Post

 That wash looks way too
oldschool.

Yes so I like it wash!

post #65 of 158
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Originally Posted by Dieselicious View Post

Can't decide which one is better, favoring left pair slightly, what do you guys think?

Where did you get the second pair?)) And choose the left!

post #66 of 158
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Originally Posted by rcom440 View Post

Left indeed.
But I think that fade is just too much. That wash looks way too
oldschool.

 

I don't see how a blue jeans with just some thigh fading and no crazy over the top distressing / rips / holes can be "oldschool"...

 

It is a very versatile wash for summer i think. Especially for white or lighter colored shirts as it gives a nice contrast to the great electric blue of the denim.

post #67 of 158
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I don't see how a blue jeans with just some thigh fading and no crazy over the top distressing / rips / holes can be "oldschool"...

It is a very versatile wash for summer i think. Especially for white or lighter colored shirts as it gives a nice contrast to the great electric blue of the denim.

Yeah, but I think contrast between light and dark blue is too much.
I would really like them if those 2 colors were blended more especially
in the knees area.
I guess that's why everyone seems to like jeans on the left where
light part is not as light as the pair on the right side. Sorry for all typos, my phone is really messed up.
post #68 of 158

to me, 811p is ultra cool not because of the electric blue and the thigh fading..  to me its the white color inside the jeans similar to their color exposure campaign and the rust color tint/cast thats above the jean fabric that's super cool...

post #69 of 158
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Where did you get the second pair?)) And choose the left!

Both from my local diesel store. They are having another pair of my size arriving in a week. I'll see how that one look. Hopefully it's even lesser fade than the left one.
post #70 of 158

This wash is better to buy in a store, not online. Really hard to choose!

post #71 of 158

Just order 3 pairs, choose the one you like most and sent other 2 pairs back :]

post #72 of 158

Yes, I think about it!

post #73 of 158
I love the wash on the 811p, spied them today (in the krooley fit) and the were totally a heavier set 8NJ. I'm in the uk so doubt I'll be able to get my hands on a pair in Thavar, unless a kindly Denimblog member fancies playing 3rd party and making a few dollars in the process?!? icon_smile.gif
post #74 of 158

they can appear on ssense or Asos

post #75 of 158

I'm pretty sure they'll end up on ASOS alright. They usually stock a good bit of diesels collection. Thavar 888P took a while but eventually was on the site. 

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