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What is going on with this Vetements jacket on Mr.Porter? It doesn't say anything about a removable panel, zip-off coattails, etc., but the worn view looks awfully different from the product shot. (There is a telltale seam bulge running around the waist, but I still see no method nor location for detaching the bottom section) and while I'm asking MrP questions, is this Berluti wool sweater actually [supposed to cost] nine thousand dollars? It's sold out in all sizes...
Since this is a Yoox pic, does anyone have an idea what brand the jacket might be? (Sometimes they feature the pictured item at the top of the sale page, but not this time)
Like vintage but it was used for S&M
I wouldn't wear it but I think the Emporio is kind of cool.Then again, I own a CKC megaman jacket. [[SPOILER]]
Q.E.D.Here's another way you might have broached the subject (this guy even sounds as pretentious as you do) without convincing your entire audience immediately that you are a cunt:
Your ignorant aesthetic and cultural judgments are in perfect proportion to your writing, which is very poor and riddled with grammatical errors.
Saks Fifth Avenue is named for its flagship location in New York.
"If the heavy metal band Anthrax dies of anthrax, that would be poetically tragic, but not ironic. If a diabetic crosses the street and is run over by a truck carrying insulin, then it's ironic. " -- Urban Dictionary
I think the African garment you are thinking of might be the dashiki, but those conventionally come in gaudy colours with extra-deep necklines, so you many not find [m]any other plain henley versions like this unless American Apparel / Uniqlo decides to rip it off. But all it takes is a hashtag in the right place to set the ball rolling (#DamnDaniel). Or I could be totally wrong and it's already trending/commonplace. It reminds me of the Jil Sander "teardrop" sweater...
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