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I remember Neveux Artisan was decent, but forgettable. I missed it - did anyone mention Carmela? All this 'boutique' ice cream and I don't recall seeing this. Also, any word on ICDC (ice cream donuts coffee on Beverly...not the 'college')?Also, high-five to a fellow Bruin...but I have to note that as bad as Diddy Reese is, as a poor student, that $1 ice cream sandwich was heaven, paired perfectly with a burrito from Buck Fiddy and a Natty Ice at an apartment party on Landfair
Small question: my brother came across an "exclusive to Leather Soul" pair at a second-hand shop. The handwritten size on the inside says 9.5 - is that 9.5 in UK or US sizing? I know Trickers are noted in UK sizes but since Leather Soul is a US company I am unsure if they made an exception for this run. I would hate to tell him to buy a pair for me that fits too small. Thanks in advance!
I was thinking of grabbing some from the Toto sale, but all the fit pics from around the internet looked like it was way too cropped - I wasn't sure it it was the models or it was actually running short.
Should have clarified - Arts District in DTLA near the breweries...on 3rd St (and Traction), pretty much facing opposite Apolis.
So the would-be Salt & Straw location in the Arts District is now an H. Lorenzo Archive shop. Which is cool, but I really wanted ice cream Edit/Update: I stopped by on my lunch break. Pretty good selection of the usual suspects: Add D, Raf, some Junya, and the normal SZ styles. Everything is 50% off. Was told it is only a pop-up for 2 - 3 months, but may remain open longer depending on the traffic. If you are familiar with the H. Lorenzo Tent Sale, this is basically that...
Your shadow looks like Rei Kawakubo
I don't know why I was compelled to Google Mari Fujiuchi. "Geller's classmate...what is she doing now?"
I think it's just a coffee bar
I'm assuming they came from someone affiliated with Geller or the place that he did his show back then, and these are the ones worn on the runway. Which explains why they are all in the same realm of sizing and slightly used.
Speaking of S/S 10...The Real Real has a bunch of washed leather jazz shoes on the cheap and some other items from the past. I picked up the last pair of suede ankle boots in an 11, will post up if they don't fit. Note: I used to own the jazz shoes and I had a size 10 and remember them fitting me, although a little slim (I'm a 43 in CP).
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