Idk how much of a hand he has in the design, but today I realized I see at least 1 dude in yohji every time I go to the gym--in the form of Y-3 sneakers (which are apparently a must-have for high end gyms)
Speaking of gyms, when I first got my frees I mentioned how 20 people got the exact same ones in two months, that number became 50 a couple months later so for the next gen frees I got the red ones when they came out. Then there were 5 dudes with the same exact ones.
I got the latest ones in electric blue and saw one du already after about a month. They can't bite my uniqlo mesh tees though
So, I'm wearing my B. Son tee right now, and shit's amazing. It's slouchy in the chest but seriously tapers like 4" in the midsection (2" when laid flat), so it feels ridiculously comfy while looking tailored at the same time.
Anyone else making shit like this? Hopefully cheaper than 60 bucks? It's a really rare cut in the land of t-shirts where every designer is so taper-averse. Bah
I feel like neither MC nor SW&D would like my MC wardrobe. I wear suits 5 days a week, so when I started I just bought 3 cheap slim fitting suits, 6 dress shirts, a stack of ties and some slim leather soled dress shoes. The only item of clothing that cross the MC/SW&D divide for me are some paul smith zip boots that always get 'cowboy boot' comments in the office.