Originally Posted by snowmanxl
i might be selling my kva high-waisted shorts. lemme know
with that style collar or a funnel neck/high collar?
definitely kka/attachment, helmut lang womens (you can prob fit if i can!), bless, ccp
i had a dream i met ccp and i woke up and realized he looked like cristian from sz
I'd say to look to Paris and Milan for something like that, rather than Tokyo, which is more expensive, especially given the exchange. Costume National does a narrow silhouette much like that, and their outerwear was always Capasa's strong suit. Kris van Assche probably also does something similar, and I might look at Les Hommes as well. It's a little too Euroglam for my urban hobo/Killer Cowboy tastes, but I could see it looking good.
Inspired by my exchange with Zissou yesterday, I dug up some older stuff today, and am actually not wearing a S.N.S. Herning Stark for about the first time in a week. I have on a charcoal, raw seams, wool felt, Kris van Assche low 2 button sportsjacket with a standup (well, more like rolled up) collar - I think that it is from the AW09 (maybe 08?) season, over an olive brown Our Legacy shawl v-neck sweater (09?), a well aged brown going towards back Margiela belt with a blackened buckle (also 09?), and some extremely worn in, oversized, RRL slim fit jeans. Trickers chukkas in visone repello suede with a midnight Vibram sole. I even got my amused wife ("Hey, where is your cardigan? You should wear more sportscoats.") to take a bunch of photos. If I can get her to upload them to her computer, I may even post a picture, for the first time in years.
None of this is the really old stuff. Most of that is in true storage, excepting a pair of Cloak pants from 04, and a long, super heavy, a Cloak sweater from 03 in the trunk that I never open, that I am scared may be seriously moth eaten (though, theoretically, that would make it even more authentic), and a Costume National jacket from 01 (that was my favorite jacket for years, until I wore it into submission.)
What is old is new again.