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post #37426 of 103429
I guess he's a
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post #37427 of 103429
Vincent Gallo is my idol, his music is shit, but what an actor

Bufalo '66 awesome!

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post #37428 of 103429
does anyone know of any high street or low tier designer brands that make big drapey pants a la damir or yohji? I have a feeling I'm going to have end up shelling out 300 + for this. :| I guess I could kopp super cheap legit harem pants and maybe get them tailored...hm...
post #37429 of 103429
There's always a bunch of older Yohji on Yahoo Japan for cheap. Not sure if it's there because its less desirable, but that could be an option.
post #37430 of 103429
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fuckfuckfuckfuckfuckfuckfuckfuck missed a pair of carpes for 400 gbp fuckfuckfuckfuckfuck.

Yeah those were nice, but too large for me :/
post #37431 of 103429
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AND I AIN'T GOIN NOWHERE SO YOU SHOULD GET TO KNOW ME.

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post #37432 of 103429
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The hilarious irony of all these sparknotes kids who don't know basic English grammar
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Jet made it to Vegas!
$30k tip, mad envy also, lol@the Bud Lights
post #37433 of 103429
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Yeah, generally I think there is better stuff to be found in Shibuya, there seem to be more good stores there as well. I've had some luck with one of the Ragtags in Shinjuku though, and the one in Ginza has been particularly good to me. Just too bad that one's sort of out of the way.

Never been out to Ginza to buy clothes, will have to hit there up next trip.
post #37434 of 103429
Watching Terminator right now. This whole movie could be the inspiration for Rick Owens and Julius's next line. In one shot the main good guy is even wearing thick black dunks with a white swoosh a la dick runks.
post #37435 of 103429
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post #37436 of 103429
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does anyone know of any high street or low tier designer brands that make big drapey pants a la damir or yohji? I have a feeling I'm going to have end up shelling out 300 + for this. :|

I guess I could kopp super cheap legit harem pants and maybe get them tailored...hm...

silent?

i bought a pair of silent drop crotch from nahneun for a good price. really love this


does anybody feel less interested in fashion now? i still keep up with blogs, store updates, occasional SF lurk and runway videos, but i find myself wearing loose t-shirts and sweatpants a lot more than i used to
post #37437 of 103429
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Watching Terminator right now. This whole movie could be the inspiration for Rick Owens and Julius's next line. In one shot the main good guy is even wearing thick black dunks with a white swoosh a la dick runks.

I love T1 and T2 and get a lot of inspiration from both those movies. Should watch again soon.
post #37438 of 103429
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Never been out to Ginza to buy clothes, will have to hit there up next trip.

I usually just check that one Ragtag plus the YY store in Matsuya. There are some other cool stuff around the Ginza/Kyobashi/Yurakucho area though so can still be worth going.
post #37439 of 103429
going to a winery today...(all i need is more drinks.. ) if all goes well I should get a nice SVB (no hate) type fit pic with a sweater tied around my neck holdin wine stems...sippin red on a picnic blanket...lookin real cool n casual like.. (5).
post #37440 of 103429
just made a hypebeast account...what has my life come to?
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