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Is there a better value plain black derby than the Momas on Yoox for $208?
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

I like that Neil Barrett coat and the weirdness of it. I actually liked FW12 generally: http://supertalk.superfuture.com/index.php?/topic/131973-neil-barrett-fw-1213-paris/

Honestly, I liked quite a lot of his stuff this season, a lot of it was fairly wearable. Some even sold pretty well. Hope he keeps up on the path he's going
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Is there a better value plain black derby than the Momas on Yoox for $208?

I like this "Transfiguration of Moo." MOMA is always a good bet but they often have rather bulbous toes and fit a size large, but Yoox usually has a slew of no name brands with basic derbies...
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Does anybody know what trousers they are showing with this top on the acne website?
http://shop.acnestudios.com/shop/men/knitwear-1/adam-s-navy.html

LL
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post

For my required PE in college I took Waterskiing. It was great

We didn't have required PE, but I took Kendo for shits and giggles. The twice per semester class wide battles were epic.
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In retrospect I wish I'd taken some sports classes back then. My school was right by the beach so I could have given surfing a try.
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Anyone have any pics of cool fits incorporating white button-down?
Obviously you can layer under sweaters, but like, any non-obvious combinations that turn out cool? (such as with a blue jeans-jacket)

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anyone have any experience dyeing blazers (not wool) foo.gif?
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

anyone have any experience dyeing blazers (not wool) foo.gif?

I'd be interested in this too, have this filippa k cotton one I'd like to dye darker
But shouldn't be much problem if they're unlined and all the same fabric, or am I wrong?

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mine is all silk... and lined in cupro...... foo.gif
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I think silk will actually take dye better than most fabrics, I'd just make sure there's no visible stitching (including that holding the buttons on).

 

Why are you trying to dye all this super expensive shit?

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to maximize the utility of my super expensive shit foo.gif

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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

anyone have any experience dyeing blazers (not wool) foo.gif?

yeah, its a pain and a half. esp to get a deep black.
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i don't need a deep black. just a nice dark shade of grey
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

I think silk will actually take dye better than most fabrics, I'd just make sure there's no visible stitching (including that holding the buttons on).

 

Why are you trying to dye all this super expensive shit?

If this was including me, I got it on sale for 45$, and it doesn't look as "crisp" as it used to

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