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just wondering, has anyone seen the fabric on that coat in person? I can't tell if it's awful or not. synth, please order from Yoox and report back!
http://qz.com/354794/this-beautiful-french-fashion-brand-is-about-to-get-a-boost-from-uniqlo/ check out the caption on the guy's photo a little bit down
sorry!TOKYO–Uniqlo said Tuesday that it has tapped French fashion brand Lemaire to design a special men’s and women’s collection for its stores.The Japanese fast-fashion giant said the new collection will launch for fall-winter 2015. A Uniqlo spokesman said the results of the debut collection will determine whether or the collaboration will continue for future seasons. He declined to release further details on the partnership.“Lemaire’s approach to design respects...
Next Uniqlo collab will be with Lemaire: http://wwd.com/fashion-news/designer-luxury/lemaire-to-design-collection-for-uniqlo-10082797/
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speaking of uniqlo, +j best of rolls on: http://ny.racked.com/2015/2/23/8089911/uniqlo-jil-sander-spring
Put some junk in your trunk. Ad copy practically writes itself.
Geller, Duckie Brown, Public School, Billy Reid, Ervell, General Idea -- they all showed baggier stuff like oversized coats and lots of non-skinny pants (meaning not skinny throughout like the Hedi fit. And there were lots of pleats too). If the cycle is that the main ideas originate in Paris and then trickle down to NYC which is more mainstream then there's clearly something going on here.But again, don't think skinny will disappear anytime soon and you'll probably just...
My favorite jeans are old Ralph Lauren black label. More like RRL than current black label I do think skinny menswear will be around a while longer just because menswear moves pretty slowly, but it does seem like a bigger variety is popping up again. Last time I was in Club Monaco, which is obviously pretty mainstream, they had pleated carrot fit pants. I see a lot of guys in oversized drop shoulder coats in NYC and big sweatshirts. I think things are moving slowly toward...
I like not all one thing or another too. doing just one kind of fit all the time isn't appealing also don't care for uniqlos jeans
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