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Posts by Bergdorf Goodwill

Leggings: serious art.
Quote: Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC U izz JuSt GELos dat cHRIzzz got whiked mAd skillZ! I'd sort of like to repurpose the money spent on designer hype clothes to buy expensive electronics/glassware/crystal and drop them from very high places, I will admit.
My objection to a lot of jocking around here is that none of the clothing has any character -- it's just so much money spent and then draped. It's boring. I find it amusing that kronik was criticized as being a "mannequin" when the pieces he is wearing are pulled from disparate elements, came through different channels, and can serve multiple purposes. Rye GB is a good example of someone who successfully integrates elements of designer clothing into his own wardrobe...
How cute, the same industry that periodically trots out new formats for the sake of it issuing mainstream vinyl again. That warm turntable sound will really squeeze the sonic beauty out of The Used. Viva downloaded .flac and death to this entire industry.
Quote: Originally Posted by fareau I don't know if you were just being facetious, but this is an interesting (if slightly off topic) point. Out of curiousity, what activities would people decriminalize, if any? I imagine that prostitution, if legalized, regulated, and properly zoned could be a sensible thing (protect the pros, protect the johns, additional taxes, etc). Also, some of the "lighter" recreational drugs, like marijuana, could be subject to...
Diadora/I think I need to place me an order.
This is hilarious. Kind of long, but well worth it: http://www.district3blog.com/2007/08...y-dean-part-1/
And us in navy blue hoodies and khakis, as was the style that year.
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing I can't help but be reminded of those "Goth Christians" who form bad, angsty bands that focuses on ear-drum popping Christian redemption music. Bad skin combined with cheap eyeliner and Hot Topic bargain bin picks does not maketh a good Goth. Liberate te ex inferis.
Quote: Originally Posted by Saucemaster I'm gonna go ahead and -1 this entire post. I love Chris's style. It's not for me, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate it. I wish actual goth kids had even the tiniest sliver of his sense of proportion and texture. "Actual" goths dress sort of interestingly sometimes, really. The people you're referring to are mostly defectives from the hills, though. Their persistent poverty and general...
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