or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Krish the Fish

It's still pretty deflating to know that the quality of Margiela footwear was that lacking pre-line 22, especially for a MMM fan boy like myself. Glad I can be of some assistance though
I figured that's probably exactly what they did. My guess was that they looked at their excel sheet of all the orders that are complete, copy-pasted the emails and BCCed everyone who had a completed order asking for a shipping address. Then copy-pasted the emails into a labeler or batch program for their shipper, and called it a day.
Yeah from what I remember they didn't make very many shoes back in the day or at the very least not as many as they do now. So they could be old shoes from pre-A/W 2006, but the lack of the stitch on the top of the boot shaft is questionable, because from what I recall the single stitch has been around since the get-go. The Margiela books are very interesting, and if you don't own them @RegisDB9 I think you might really like them. My girlfriend relegated my copy of 20:...
Line 10 only had shoes from S/S 1999 (when Line 10 was started) until A/W 2006 (the 2005-2006 A/W collection), when Line 22 officially started for footwear. This has no bearing on the situation at hand (because those boots you should have received are incredible and the ones you did receive are not those) but just in case anyone was wondering, that's the history of shoes in Line 10.
Every time I see a jar of P1s show up on OLH, they get sold incredibly quickly. Must be something good about them. Never had one myself.
I think there's pricing on the website... I'm doing a full custom order and upgraded hardware, and it's going to run me $970. I think the "base model" runs between $300 and $425, and any upgrades or higher end models will go up from there. I think a fully loaded out large model wouldn't be more than $700 or $800, but with custom like mine will run on a different pricing ($550 for the maple sized custom, $100 for piano black finish, $275 for hardware and installation, and...
Not the money, the space. Not a whole lot of space in the condo for an aristocrat, and I don't want to buy one until I'm in my final home (and not a condo that I'll sell in a couple years at most) so it'll match the wood in the house and stuff
Yeah, desktop. My wine fridge is full, I don't have the space for another (or anything bigger; plus the gf would kill me), and I always wanted a good desktop
Anyone here have any experience with Waxing Moon? I am thinking about commissioning a piano black humidor, been talking to Ed about my thoughts for the design. I know he had a bad rap in the past but all the recent feedback online (since last year when his partner hopped on) has been overwhelmingly positive. I was hoping someone here had something positive to say to help me make the decision to get it made, or save me from a potential headache and heartache
I'm trying to break the 180s to better fit my wardrobe (at a narrow framed 6'1"). Also putting more time in the gym too, so hopefully I'll be pleased at my size when I hit 190 and sit there at maintenance for a while.
New Posts  All Forums: