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post #31 of 54
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(trogdor @ May 05 2005,22:47)
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Originally Posted by gorgekko,May 05 2005,19:48
Please don't. There are many fine things that can be imported from Europe. This is not one of them  
Ah, but have you seen the "Watch Cuff" shirt from Interno8? It's designed with Agnelli in mind and enables you to wear the watch through the cuff. They won some British design awards. They're very nice shirts, if a tad overpriced. Have a look through their online catalogue to find a picture of the "Polso Orologio": http://www.interno8.net/
What a ghastly web site. I hate Flash web sites. I couldn't find the shirt after a cursory look however the description you gave me of this shirt makes me think it's not likely something I'd wear :-)
The shirt design strikes one as slightly tacky.
post #32 of 54
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Instead of paying so much attention to your watch, pay some to your English: "Agnelli" is not a verb.
ROFL. Funny but mean...
post #33 of 54
I suppose if you're having your shirts custom made, you COULD do it? However, I'm not sure if that is the best way to promote the watch you've designed. Do you really think that will encourage people to ask you about your watch, or will it just make them think you are odd and actually avoid talking about your watch that is in an unusual place (i.e. over the cuff)?
post #34 of 54
Well, it's certainly not a "classic" look ... perhaps more trendy than stylish. And you're right in that it does scream "talk to me about my watch". Here's the best I could do for a picture of someone wearing it -- this one in a two-tone shirt... And here's a pic of the plain version folded and packaged:
post #35 of 54
Billionaire Boys Club x Turnbull & Asser, Agnelli-style.
http://hypebeast.com/2010/03/billion...l-asser-shirt/



post #36 of 54
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Billionaire Boys Club x Turnbull & Asser, Agnelli-style.
http://hypebeast.com/2010/03/billion...l-asser-shirt/




Wow. That's really stupid.
post #37 of 54
Stupid, yes... ...but pretty funny as well.
post #38 of 54
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Billionaire Boys Club x Turnbull & Asser, Agnelli-style.
http://hypebeast.com/2010/03/billion...l-asser-shirt/




It is quite cool even if it is an inside joke making this shirt utterly ridiculous to 99.9% of the population...

More money than taste maybe or a great I don't give a f... attitude?
post #39 of 54
WTF is with that shirt?!?!? If it's truly a "Billionaire Boys Club" shouldn't the shirt come with an actual watch?
post #40 of 54
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WTF is with that shirt?!?!? If it's truly a "Billionaire Boys Club" shouldn't the shirt come with an actual watch?

And a nicer one than the one on the shirt but it will lose its irony factor...
post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Billionaire Boys Club x Turnbull & Asser, Agnelli-style.



For advanced Angelli-ophiles, here's another look to cop:

post #42 of 54
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post
Wow. That's really stupid.

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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
Stupid, yes...

...but pretty funny as well.

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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post
WTF is with that shirt?!?!? If it's truly a "Billionaire Boys Club" shouldn't the shirt come with an actual watch?

It's streetwear. You guys are taking it way too seriously.
post #43 of 54
I know someone who gets little loops on his (bespoke) shirt cuffs to hold the watch in place. Thanks to this twist he can pull it off, but it's a dangerous path to follow.
post #44 of 54
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For advanced Angelli-ophiles, here's another look to cop:


Ouch...Nothing could justify such an horrendous outfit...
post #45 of 54
Angelli was Angelli, you have to be yourself.
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