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Posts by SirGrotius

So spot on about the blazers; that's exactly what I see here in Philadelphia. It's a disaster.
Ha, I think someone earlier said they were bailing because of it (re: the ad). It struck me as dirty but at least some thought went into it, as opposed to the half-naked models on top of each other.
I have a couple SLP blazers (black corduroy with leather elbow patches and black with the linen "pique" from this season) and the fit is spot on; i get a lot of use out of them. Does anyone have experience with the brass button versions in black or navy? I've always eschewed them based on a guttural reaction to the buttons, but maybe I should give them a chance.
The delta between Brand and the other Sixers' players is at least 40 years, you're right.
Acute should win some award for that latest ensemble.
niyengar - boots look incredible!
I tried one on in 42 (ouch!), definitely cut slimmer in the body with a decent drop. I could zipper it and have no belly, but after a meal...Arms still aren't as skinny as I like. Leather is sensational, very buttery. For some reason I always thought it was good, not great until this one.
I think it's a lost cause. If you're shorter than 5'10", the rips will start sitting low, assuming you don't have extremely long thighs and stubby chins. If one hems them, this might even be accentuated, in that, you'll have rips right along mid calf, and your knees will be pristine. Maybe attacked my small animals.
Haha, I feel the same way. Those look good to me, but they remind of almost a KVA feel, a little futuristic as you mentioned relative to Hedi items.
Streetwear is on par with most fashion brands, such as Balenciaga and Lanvin. Most of the items are made in Italy with a good eye to quality, although you should not expect hand stitching or the more labor-intensive artisan methods that you'd occasionally find with Hermes and Dior.
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