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everyone has probably seen this by now but just for the hell of it...
I would avoid Silent. Most of the bottoms have guaranteed diaper butt because of the way the rear is cut, and they're generally made of the sort of jersey fabric it sounds like you want to avoid. Also not sure Yohji is right unless you want a lot of volume, though you can definitely find Yohji bottoms that aren't quite so large. But I say if you're going to go with some volume then go all the way. Makes for a really cool silhouette with a more fitted jacket like you're...
Stanley Kubrick's use of red. Not an in-depth examination or anything but fun to watch. Would love to see one on his use of symmetry.
Soloist has to be by far the latest delivery of the season. IF just got their buy a little while ago. I checked out the double layer bomber when I was there. It's really good and isn't a hard piece to pull off. The sweat stuff is pretty nice. Fabrics have a coarse, dry hand that I really liked. The rough out jackets are amazing. They're completely unlike anything else on the market. Prices are high but Soloist is one of those brands where you can't find some cheaper...
love this thread some LNCC shots i like that rick stuff (the tailoring basically) better than the workout wear.
I know they make size L. It's just hard to find. Never seen XL before that I can remember.Just got the cocktail shirt (this guy) off YJP. Pretty excited. I've wanted one forever.
definitely this. sizing can vary a lot, especially depending on how old the piece is. A medium from 1995 has a very different fit than a medium from this year. in my experience older pieces tend to run quite a bit larger.
"These insipid concoctions were first given physical form in the 1980’s by two American bio-terrorists named Paul and David Merange, whose masochistic gastronomy was practiced collectively under the name — and I swear this is fucking true — Chef America, Inc."lol
you can have them (for a price)! make me an offer
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