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Oh man that Begg cashmere, you guys. David took me through the booth at Pitti this summer...stunning materials they have. Too much good stuff right now. That Eidos donegal gives me feelings; the Monitaly buy is crazy-good, and now Geller?! Can't wait to see people trying the lounge coat.
If you can figure it out, jump on that haversack stuff. They make really nice clothes.
you look much too trustworthy
you can probably wear if it hits fifty edit no but really you should buy this http://www.ebay.com/itm/Brand-New-Burberry-Prorsum-FW2010-11-Shearling-Aviator-coat-jacket-funnel-neck-/161412123295?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item2594e98a9f except i guess it's my size maybe i should buy it
Sorry, yes, they do also produce in Hungary. To my knowledge, the Atelier collection is made in France, but I don't know if that's the only line made in l'hexagone, or what the ratio of shoes to production areas is.
HESCHUNG SHOEMAKERS AT PITTI UOMO 86 (AND 85) Words and pictures by Jasper L Heschung isn’t exactly an unknown quantity. They’re an old, respected brand, they’ve done collaborations with forum darling Yuketen, and they’re carried by forum affiliate (and favorite) No Man Walks Alone. That’s great and everything, but I was sitting at my computer thinking “What the hell can I really say about Norwegian welts?” and at first, I was having trouble thinking of...
Just a friendly reminder that @agvs has started the next streetwear challenge: TEXTURES http://www.styleforum.net/t/418064/sw-d-challenge-textures-9-9-14-9-23-14/0_100 Fall is just about here, so I'm sure you can think of something interesting to wear. Maybe?
You can see what I meant in the photo of him holding the microphone. It's not "Harnden," but that particular jacket (and the wrinkled glen plaid) is very much taking on that whole, I don't know, pre-industrial revolution English hobo thing, or whatever you want to call it. I didn't find it offensive.
Stephan Schneider "Album" scarf. Shawl. Whatever. Nice and toasty, regardless of nouns. Close-up of scarf texture:
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