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This is the architectural 'masterpiece' you can get for a cool $14 million in Vancouver
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It's a nice looking, glossy site. Journal and commentary are generally pointless and the prices don't appear to be very agreeable so far, but I enjoy how much effort vetting over the nuances of each individual item. It gives the pieces an extra value knowing the history, description, fit and pieces to style them with. Certainly better than some web retailers showing a low quality, low res photo of a $2,000 jacket with little to no description and expecting it to sell.
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Not aware of their pricing or quality now, but the first season of +J was fantastic value and well worth its retail price - I recall wool coats and suits south of $200 and reminiscent of vintage Jil Sander. Don't know what you guys are smoking unless there has been a huge deviation in quality to price ratio (and please don't chirp in and say you could buy a $200 used Cucinelli coat ) However I did live in Beijing for a couple of months and did not find anything I liked...
Size small, fits true to size. Bought from Revolve last year, retails for $350. Selling for $70 shipped and paypal'd. Condition is 9.5/10 without any issues and has only been worn a couple of times. Below is the original ad for the item from Revolve: Founded in 2001, Y-3 symbolizes the merging of Yohji Yamamoto, an avant-garde Japanese fashion designer, and international sporting brand adidas. Even the name suggests partnership: The Y stands for Yamamoto, the 3 represents...
You should be able to always get a phone without a data plan. Just don't buy one from the carrier if they try to enforce it - take the best deal they give you for a product, sell it, use the money to buy a suitable phone. I carry a Blackberry with docs2go and I can do simple word processing, edit spreadsheets and view pdfs and powerpoint files. It also has a GPS which I pair with offline maps - works like a charm. As well, ample wifi opportunities in my city allow me to...
1. Lamborghini, ditto above. The Countach was my dream car as a kid, followed closely by the Diablo 2. Lexus... for having the balls to go through with the LF-A, and consistently giving me an impression of very high refinement 3. Maserati. Ferrari's cute, lower key little cousin 4. Nissan/Infiniti - For a high volume mass market company, focuses on values in cars I find more important (style, power) 5. Bugatti - Heard about the Veyron almost a decade ago, excited when it...
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