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I like doing my own research to find clothing that suits my body and sense of style, so when someone asks me about what I'm wearing I will generally just blow them off.
Price drop - $585.00 Flagship piece from Stone Island's AW '09 season in a red microfiber. Has a removable inner jacket in an ultra light down. Barely worn and still has the tags. Size is L, which fits like a standard medium. Outer jacket measures roughly 23 p2p, inner down jacket is about 22. Superb quality and not easy to find on this side of the pond. It is the main piece featured in this video. IMPORTANT NOTICE: No media files are hosted on these forums. By...
Quote: Originally Posted by phoenixrecon ask him whats with the square toed shoes and ill fitting chinos lol
Quote: Originally Posted by Spencer Oi Polloi still has them in stock. And speaking of Oi Polloi, props on quick as hell shipping! Ordered my Dark Brown Ranger Moccs Wednesday and got them today (I'm in L.A.) Did you have to pay tax on them when they came in?
Quote: Originally Posted by ToruOkada Traveling in europe and looking the same everyday. Cool jacket.
About to put some size 10s up on the FS forum if anyone is interested. They are in taupe and nicely worn in.
Tan BDUs 501 STF Jcrew brunswick cargo
Quote: Originally Posted by sipang Wasn't there also some cargo pants made for SI (part of the articulated anatomy project ?) that commercialized ? Yeah, I was just thinking of adding acronym to the list actually. What was the jacket on yoox like ? It seems to be gone. It was the modular anatomy, I think. Whichever one that is posted up there. The black one looked pretty decent.
Gross.
Quote: Originally Posted by sipang there's still the CP company and Stone Island collabs but Throup touch is very very diluted since it's more or less reinterpretations of existing pieces from the brand. Neither the modular or articulated anatomy jacket were existing pieces. They're essentially original projects designed for SI. SI shadow project is a good suggestion. Errolson Hugh's(sp.?) other project, ACRONYM might also fit the bill.
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