Star Lord Jacket by Magnoli Clothiers - FINISHED!

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Indy Magnoli

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As many of you know, we've been working on this jacket for a long time. We had our first pattern maker do the design work and based on this we made our first canvas prototype:

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There were so many little things wrong with the prototype, which was to be expected, that I laid it all out so our pattern maker could tweak the design for the next mock-up. He took FOREVER to get to this, that I scrapped the project and started over with some new workers we recently hired on.

They produced a completely new pattern from scratch and a different cotton prototype with a few extra details:

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I counted eight or nine changes that needed to made, so those are currently in the works. In the meantime we also sourced a beautiful leather for the first leather prototype:

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We're testing out the printing on canvas right now and are awaiting the custom screen-accurate zippers to arrive (should be here before the end of the month). Once they arrive, we'll be making our first jacket in the correct colors and materials.

I want to thank all those who have pre-ordered this sight-unseen and will continue to post updates of this work in progress.

King regards,
Magnoli
 
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StarLordGoG

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Re: Star Lord Jacket by Magnoli Clothiers

INDY, nice work :) Subscribing to to your thread.
 
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Ein

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The details look excellent, but I'm going to be that guy and say that I'm not sure I like the look of the gradient on the jacket. The last photo you posted looks great, but some of the others on the site look too vibrant of a shift.
 

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