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How's the sizes of Diemme shoes? I'm a size 43 in SLP and UK 9 in Church's, would UK 9 fit me? Thanks. smile.gif

They have a reputation to run on the small side. I went with my usual sneaker size (usually 0,5-1 up from my dress shoe/boot size) for the Roccia Vet and they are a good fit, quite snug though.
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I will be an awesome dad.

But really moo I think you yourself mention that you're dad from time to time often to make a point that you are a mature and successful person.

I am not mature, and success is something that can be judged internally.

Anyone with a working cock and bollocks can become a dad. It's the easiest thing in the world to accomplish. What you do afterwards is fatherhood.
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on a serious note, just because he how she wears the clothing doesn't warrant him being insulted.

the baguette maker convo was pure rotflmao.gif
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Yeah whatever point is you mentioned it once when you were talking about reasons why you are a good person (when we were arguing about something.)

I think that's why people bring it up. Because you have. And you sound like an old grumpy 40s dad sometimes.
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I want my dad to wear rick owens like Mr. Moo

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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Yeah whatever point is to mentioned it one when you were taking about reasons why you are a good person when we were arguing about something.

I think that's why people bring it up. Because you have.

Quite honestly mate I have no idea what you're going on about.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Quite honestly mate I have no idea what you're going on about.

Stupid swype
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Dammit.  Now I sorta regret not coming.  Did someone take a picture?

Of course!

http://instagram.com/p/xxUvJILEKE/
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

I want my dad to wear rick owens like Mr. Moo

Showed my dad the Zam Barret from the "Should I" thread, and now he's browsing Zam's website looking for one in his size
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The dessert appears to be a bowl of ice and an unpeeled orange? Mysterious.
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Anyway, I wonder if Gracia's talents wouldn't be better employed in London or Milan or something. I've never been to Pitti, but I imagine it's something like Magic in Las Vegas -- fairly straightforward vendors, with very few avant garde labels. I really like her blog for the kind of high-concept stuff she's able to deconstruct for readers, which I assume would be better put to certain fashion shows. Even if it's not the avant garde stuff (RO and whatnot), some labels such as E. Tautz have been putting together some creative things for menswear. They just had a show in London.

The blogger behind The Cutting Class is also amazing, although I get the impression that she wishes to be as anonymous as possible.

http://thecuttingclass.com/
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The dessert appears to be a bowl of ice and an unpeeled orange? Mysterious.

This put a big smile on my face and I laughed inside.
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Anyway, I wonder if Gracia's talents wouldn't be better employed in London or Milan or something. I've never been to Pitti, but I imagine it's something like Magic in Las Vegas -- fairly straightforward vendors, with very few avant garde labels. I really like her blog for the kind of high-concept stuff she's able to deconstruct for readers, which I assume would be better put to certain fashion shows. Even if it's not the avant garde stuff (RO and whatnot), some labels such as E. Tautz have been putting together some creative things for menswear. They just had a show in London.

The blogger behind The Cutting Class is also amazing, although I get the impression that she wishes to be as anonymous as possible.

http://thecuttingclass.com/

That's part of the reason I'm hoping this will be fun. Gracia's background is light-years removed from ours - which means she's really interesting to listen to/follow on her blog. I'm interested to see what she takes away from Pitti, and what thoughts she has about men's streetwear in particular. She's also straight up cool - and wears "those clothes" at dinner - so it seems like 100% win to me. 

 

 

that fucken orange tho

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

That's part of the reason I'm hoping this will be fun. Gracia's background is light-years removed from ours - which means she's really interesting to listen to/follow on her blog. I'm interested to see what she takes away from Pitti, and what thoughts she has about men's streetwear in particular.

Are you guys going to cover any of the coming NY tradeshows?
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I'm trying to imagine @Synthese and/or @unbelragazzo at the shitshow that is Agenda.
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