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Quote: Originally Posted by sle-z-e One of the better things about these jeans is that there was no pre-manufacturing hype, construction flaws, and internet drama surrounding them (read: FARINELLI'S). Hail Epaulet! Thanks Mike for not swearing at your customers. Little details... Stop being an ass and press on the low point in another individual's career. Uncalled for.
Worn this beauty on and off for less than 20 times I think, had 1 hot soak and 2 light hand wash (to get all shrinkage away). Indigo is still very dark and hairy throughout. Most visible wear will be on back pocket, very small fadings (refer to pic). There's also a bit of fraying on the inside seam as seen in the pic, other than that everything is just pretty mint! W: 32" Rise: 9.8" Thigh: 11.5" Inseam: 32.4" (chain stitched at SE) Hem: 7.1" (Knee portion is...
Hey Kiya when will the forums collab dry bone denim details be up? I know they will be launched in Sept.... Need the details to arrange the finance.
Quote: Originally Posted by nomad Hey guys, the party was great and I got the chance to talk to a few sf lurkers. Today was the first day we were open and we managed to get the store up and running with a lot of hard work. We're carrying all of the regular cuts in full size runs, some highlights would be the camo wefts for Barney's Japan, the Frankenstein denim, the camel hair denim and the double wefts. Please come by the store whenever you get the time...
I agree with zissou on the stretching part... it kills the option of going for a tighter fit. Somehow I just don't feel the red lining.. it reminds me of Superman undies except its inside not outside. Maybe that's just me. Just my 2 cents....
O Mauro more info on the denim fabric please.... what's so different? Am hoping for something that fades differently...... not the same old same old...
How bout just some verbal details that sets it apart from others, Mauro?
There's this guy in the japanese denim magazine who have amazing fading jeans working in the kitchen. So yes, just wear em hard!
Now let's go to the root of the problem.... Why Versace jeans?
Ya I think its a good Levis pruchase as well. Love the fit pic...
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