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Cool, I thought I was the acronym guy first. Hah
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where to buy long shirt? I know TS(s) has some but... can't find in my size. Help me please.
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We have a Schneider long shirt (FW14, on sale) and a couple coming for SS15 (Camoshita)
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was browsing mfa guides idkwhy but saw this explanation for Japanese streetwear. Is this...accurate?

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SuperFlat theory: This is a concept posited by Takashi Murakami, a Japanese contemporary artist. Although initially applied to art and otaku culture, it can more widely attempt to explain Japanese society as a whole and by extension, street fashion. The central tenet of this theory is that since the 1990’s Japanese society has been characterized by its flatness. ‘Flatness’ here means that Japanese society has become purely interested in the visual. There is no depth of meaning to culture and everything has become commercialized. The Japanese are the ultimate consumers. The increase in heavily branded designer merchandise is at least in part a result of Japanese obsession with branding. (Incidentally, Murakami designed a very popular bag for LV). In a world where it is hard to tell the difference between image and object, some brands attempt to differentiate themselves solely through logos (for example Supreme, which became very popular in Japan). The logo becomes the design element. SuperFlat is all image and no meaning.

 

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Eh.... superflat as a movement is pretty vapid in its entirety, but I don't think that poster is right. Well, more specifically, he himself is guilty of flat, superficial analysis foo.gif And Japanese obsession with branding? That's not a strictly Japanese phenomena. That's present in any country that is influenced by unhealthy consumption behaviors (pretty much any country that modernized late and has been introduced to the woes of capitalism). Look at Korea and China. And never forget our grand savior, hermes man, who hails from Malaysia, iirc.
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doctor shirt!
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Long shirts: nonnative, geller, four horseman, lemaire, damir, ts(s), AMI, needles... And I know there's more.
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Oh, and Umit (1, 2)
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I feel like this has to have been asked before; but I couldn't find much with a search: recommendations for jeans with roomy thigh and sharp taper? Normally wear Uniqlo skinny tapered all the time; but thighs are too big from lifting now frown.gif
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get those Uniqlo loose tapered PBJ's if they still have your size.

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We have a Schneider long shirt (FW14, on sale) and a couple coming for SS15 (Camoshita)

ohhh, that seeds shirt looks awesome, but my size (4) is sold out. thanks for the recs guys!
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ohhh, that seeds shirt looks awesome, but my size (4) is sold out. thanks for the recs guys!

 

Not trying to be a pusher, but it runs pretty big - I had taken these measurement last week for someone else so you might want to have a look in case a 3 will work for you

 

Seeds shirt, 3:
 
Shoulder to shoulder: 18.75"
 
Pit to pit: 19.5"
 
Shoulder seam to sleeve cuff: 26"
 
Length down back, bottom of collar to hem: 33.5"
 
 
Seeds shirt, 4:
 
Shoulder to shoulder: 20"
 
Pit to pit: 21"
 
Shoulder seam to sleeve cuff: 26.25"
 
Length down back, bottom of collar to hem: 34.5"
 
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EG also makes long shirts.
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