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post #68881 of 109053
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

RFT: Has anyone seen this show Copper? On BBC America? Costumes are awesome. Show is awesome, too.




For reals, it's like watching the ancestors of prurient and tween spirit kickin' it in old school NYC.

I'm pretty sure there's an Our Legacy constellation prototype in here somewhere:

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post #68882 of 109053

Anybody know some names of models (other than Cole Mohr and Rick Genest) with tattoos? I just need a few reference pics.

post #68883 of 109053
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Originally Posted by skintight View Post

Anybody know some names of models (other than Cole Mohr and Rick Genest) with tattoos? I just need a few reference pics.

Bradley Soileau. he's the model for some of the shots on forward and i remember him being in some runway shows like plokhov. and that one Lana Del Ray vid.
post #68884 of 109053
trying to figure out what cardigan to wear tonight it's cold as fuck in socal today and meeting up a breezecake for drinks with my cousin and his girl, thinking db inverallan but not sure hmmmm

sup art my apologies my nig

sorry stevo
post #68885 of 109053
Man I love the incense line, cdg fragrances in general. Got a wonderwood sample and really like it, may have to pick up a bottle sometime down the road. The candles are rad too

On another note, fragrance reviews can be so funny sometimes. Some of them read like SZ post
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Few days ago i've read on Luckyscent a colored review about a colorless fragrance, Zagorsk, able metaphorically to epitomize the soul of this melancholy scent. The reviewer writes that this fragrance exudes the soul of a russian ghost haunting a dirty-icy cemetery and resting his soul agaist the porous ancient stones near the cold wet earth. The Zagorsk's stony and metallic (in perception) though burnt and resinous (in the substance of elements and consistence) temperament shares with the more complex and temperamental Black Tourmaline Durbano that sense of desolating coldness, gothicness and abandon in a bare land. Both are incensey (basically based on frakincense), smoky (about Zagorsk i would rather talk about burnt candles, incense and resins), tarry and resinous of coniferous woods (pine, cypress, birch) and both are cold, solemn and aromatic even if the equally tarry Black Tourmaline is a darker, deeper and more complex scent with a stroger presence of incense, with more dust and medicine in composition, without any trace of florals and with a more articolated composition. Likewise the overly spiritual Durbano's one, Zagorsk, with its almost balsamic and mentholated feel, probably reinforced by the usage of pimento berries, conjures at me that cold and impersonal ambience of a woody orthodox church near a forest (i've visited one near Ladoga lake not far from San Petersburg). The woodsy smell, the chilly aroma of the wood's resins as birch tar, the exhalation of burning incense during the mass, create in those kind of churches a shadowy odour that Zagorsk partially reproduces with the camphoraceous coldness of resins, with the sharpness of cedar and frankincense (initially evident), the smokiness of woods, the aromatic greens, galbanum and coniferous and despite the metallic floral whiff of the faint violets and iris. I agree with Foetidus when writes that the link of birch tar and violets is too much to arouse strong appeal but nobody could deny that the secret appeal of Zagorsk is fully appreciated just by the lovers of the cold, impersonal tarry fragrances.
post #68886 of 109053
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

trying to figure out what cardigan to wear tonight it's cold as fuck in socal today and meeting up a breezecake for drinks with my cousin and his girl, thinking db inverallan but not sure hmmmm
sup art my apologies my nig
sorry stevo

huh?
post #68887 of 109053
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

Man I love the incense line, cdg fragrances in general. Got a wonderwood sample and really like it, may have to pick up a bottle sometime down the road. The candles are rad too
On another note, fragrance reviews can be so funny sometimes. Some of them read like SZ post


I had a wonderwood sample get cracked open in my laptop bag flying down to SF; after a few weeks to settle down and diminish in potency it was the best thing to ever as a result of that flight.

post #68888 of 109053
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

huh?

should've taken your word for it son

also forgot about you breezy baby, card case came and it's exactly what I needed plus it's pretty decent
post #68889 of 109053
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

+ several. There's a pretty sorry Barney's Co-op in Rittenhouse, Sugarcube in Olde City for APC and LVC, and Art in the Age for...SNS Herning, I guess. I don't know if they have much else.

Also, you're in Philly? Seems like an underrepresented city on SF. For good reason, I suppose, what with the rampant obesity and lack of shopping.

Yep, in all my years here I still haven't see any clothes on the street that I recognized. Didn't know Sugarcube had APCs though. Sometimes I have dream about opening a store here. Then I end up going out of business and wake up.
post #68890 of 109053
Damn 101 traffic, went almost all local today home


Stopped by J. Crew to return some Aldens, became show and tell and try on for lady (for her husband) and another guy working then. Kinda entertaining to see people gawk at Alden's in real life
post #68891 of 109053
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Damn 101 traffic, went almost all local today home
Stopped by J. Crew to return some Aldens, became show and tell and try on for lady (for her husband) and another guy working then. Kinda entertaining to see people gawk at Alden's in real life

What did you return? It wouldn't happen to be a pair of 9.5 cordovan captoes, would it?smile.gif
post #68892 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Adubz View Post

What did you return? It wouldn't happen to be a pair of 9.5 cordovan captoes, would it?smile.gif

Nah tobacco long wings, my captoes are still on order for a few months
post #68893 of 109053
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If I'm not mistaken, English isn't your first language right? Maybe that has something to do with it man...
Bringing the post-grad discussion up again: a friend of mine tried to convince me last night that I should think about going to law school, or do something in the law field—become a lawyer, mediator, arbitrator, judge, whatever. Since we were both drunk at a party, this sounded like a great idea. Then reedo's avatar popped into my head and I remembered all of the terrible things that SF has to say about going to law school. Pretty much dead-set against going into academia.
This, to a lesser extreme.

English not being my first language was a joke.
post #68894 of 109053
Oh. Ha.

Then I guess your original remark leaves me even more confused/concerned.
post #68895 of 109053
i will paypal someone $5 if they can find me a cheap wool black shawl collar cardigan, not ultra thick in size M/L that fits a 40. money is yours if I buy it!
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