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world needs more wizard robes

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I put on my robe and wizard hat
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you will all have wizard sleeves
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I need a UK proxy... anyone? thanks
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i dont understand the love for this and last season's celine bags. they kinda ugly
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KOY have you got a link to any images of that? I know they don't sell online but maybe just pics and pricing?
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RFT: I despise the word "Chukka".
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Originally Posted by fireflygrave View Post

KOY have you got a link to any images of that? I know they don't sell online but maybe just pics and pricing?

No link that I know of, haven't managed to find anything from these sub-lines online, but here are some more pics:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

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fabric somehow got stretched in 4th picture, doesn't look like that normally, and 5th pic is to show how wide the "shawlcollar"/"built-in scarf"/"hoodie" is

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Can anyone identify this jacket?

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damn, that long cardigan looks cooler than i thought it would. awesome as it is, i'm wondering how i would work something like that into my wardrobe.

KOY, how tall are you?
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merino bathrobe
would only wear that inside the house
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

damn, that long cardigan looks cooler than i thought it would. awesome as it is, i'm wondering how i would work something like that into my wardrobe.

KOY, how tall are you?

 

182 cm I think (5'10-6'0)

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Originally Posted by Zeemon View Post

merino bathrobe
would only wear that inside the house

 

I assure you, if you saw it in person with the belt taken away, and you'd see the texture, the fit,  and the actually noticeable seam between sleeves and shoulder which helps with giving it some structure, there's no way you'd mistake it for a bathrobe wink.gif


Edited by kindofyoung - 1/23/13 at 2:50pm
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"My stream-of-consciousnesses thoughts on 2013 collections:"

or "Magician presents the goth-ninja state-of-the-union"

julius, ann d and rick owens all doing what they do best. boris bidjan saberi is also doing what rick owens does best.

dries might be my favorite of everything. in my dream existence where an old-money heiress discovers my art im buying and wearing almost the entire collection head to toe. this can also be accomplished via huge poker tournament win or equally flamboyant/ big "r" romantic windfall.

hedi slimane is being aptly trashed by everyone, most notably tim blanks - wherefore art thou pilati???!! lanvin is pretty good, KVA Dior is pretty bad. damir doma is unfortunate, doubly so at the absurd prices. Still wouldn't mind some comfy dd pants when they make it to third markdown on yoox.

Junya did his usual shtick but with a goth-y palette which I actually love and I think works a lot better then I expected. Jil Sander is great for adventurous para-legals and CPAs.

yohji is as per usual on another level - its binary you either love it or hate it and neither camp is changing their mind (as is often the case in life the lovers have it right) similarly CdG is very silly, very fun and Im sure very expensive. what more can we expect/desire?

Bonus Mention: Zam B is competently ripping off the safer CCP elements - but safe CCP is kind of missing the whole point, I know that sounds pretty damning but that's true of most of the lesser atelier-ish brands.

Double Bonus Mention: Viridi-Anne is boring and awesome in equal measures - which i think is kind of the point. everything looks stylish,,wearable and comfortable. If I get rich in a non romantic/flamboyant way this will be my head-to-toe.

I know you were all dying for that.

Cheers
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

LL

When did you stop working for Boxer



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cashmere bathrobe would wear that everywhere

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So I'm looking to buy some stuff from siki im at POTN, and I called to ask about measurements. Is siki cut for people with zero shoulders? I don't even have broad shoulders (16.5 measurements on my body) but the size 1 pants will fit me fine, apparently, but the size 2 of this tunic is way too small according to the store's measurements (15 inches from shoulder seams). http://patronofthenew.us/products/sim-sh017lt-cargo-tunic

does this seem crazy to anyone else?
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