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Would kill for the color changing jackets cheap
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Anyone ever carry a flask with them? If so, what kind?

Carrying a flask seems a little fratty, the sort of thing you do when you're underage or old enough not to give a shit, but if I were going to own one I'd prob spring for this one, which looks like it would be tactilely pleasing.

http://store.kaufmann-mercantile.com...s/pewter-flask
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Topman would be great if their shit was like 50-75% the price.
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ugh bit loafers
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Would kill for the color changing jackets cheap

Just got marked down at Forward today. They have a running 15 percent off code and free shipping, so not a bad deal.
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They have both of those. Pm me sizes and maybe I can proxy. I'm going back tomorrow
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
Just got marked down at Forward today. They have a running 15 percent off code and free shipping, so not a bad deal.
I really shouldn't.... and yet.... do want
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post
They have both of those. Pm me sizes and maybe I can proxy. I'm going back tomorrow

Did they have the tees from this S/S? If so, do you remember how much they were?

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I really shouldn't.... and yet.... do want

The high pockets are the only drawback for me. Otherwise, it's a dandy conversation piece as Stazy pointed out.
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Saw Lane's mom (grandma?) on the train tonight Then ate a badass ribeye and drank budweiser and kicked some stupid british kid's asses at foosball AMERICA
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I was in NYC a couple of weeks ago and went past Atelier not knowing much about the joint other than that I'd heard it mentioned...

I've got to say, I was taken aback but also found a deep new respect for and appreciation for 'fashion'. The stuff was beautiful, in a strange sort of way. It's like architecture for the body. I've got new respect for guys like Synethese and Snake and others who rock this stuff IRL. Of course I found it all too expensive, but the fabrics, cuts, sheer creativity really impressed me.

and then I walked in looking like a jcrew catalogue and saw the people working there, which was something interesting as well. See, just out on the street, I'd probably roll my eyes and go 'only in NY', but within the context, the store, the guys all looked perfectly at home. It's like they were part of a whole different world and I was the outsider there.


just an interesting experience.
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patiently waiting for another drop on that gucci shawl tux. tho i might just do it anyway (5).
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
I was in NYC a couple of weeks ago and went past Atelier not knowing much about the joint other than that I'd heard it mentioned... I've got to say, I was taken aback but also found a deep new respect for and appreciation for 'fashion'. The stuff was beautiful, in a strange sort of way. It's like architecture for the body. I've got new respect for guys like Synethese and Snake and others who rock this stuff IRL. Of course I found it all too expensive, but the fabrics, cuts, sheer creativity really impressed me. and then I walked in looking like a jcrew catalogue and saw the people working there, which was something interesting as well. See, just out on the street, I'd probably roll my eyes and go 'only in NY', but within the context, the store, the guys all looked perfectly at home. It's like they were part of a whole different world and I was the outsider there. just an interesting experience.
indeed atelier is a nice place to explore. i see you're in toronto, should hit up sydney's, a similar experience though he carries less directional pieces because nobody there would buy...but he's a nice guy and is getting into interesting projects too
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yah, atelier is quite an experience
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yah, atelier is quite an experience

Lane when are you posting pics of the 'new Lane' that you were talking about a month ago? I wanna see some cool shit.
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