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Haven't bothered with Siki until recently and those pieces look great.
I'd be very interested in a charcoal, black or navy version of the coat in 2nd pic.
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

Check out v-modas m80, probably one of the best deals for ~150$, or the sennheisers hd 25-II (you can find those at head-fi.org for that price too)

SOL republic tracks hd would probably also be nice for the kind of music you listed

+1 on the sennheiser hd-25 II's.
They're pretty much the industry standard for DJ's all over the world for their excellent isolation, full frequency spectrum (super and powerful deep sub bass and nice treble) and the fact that the cable only connects to one side = no twisting cables. They can play very, very loud. The sound quality is very detailed and sharp.

They're quite big, but they're partly foldable.
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+1 on the sennheiser hd-25 II's.
They're pretty much the industry standard for DJ's all over the world for their excellent isolation, full frequency spectrum (super and powerful deep sub bass and nice treble) and the fact that the cable only connects to one side = no twisting cables. They can play very, very loud. The sound quality is very detailed and sharp.

They're quite big, but they're partly foldable.

 

These are also comparable to the sennheiser's: http://www.amazon.com/Allen-Heath-Xone-Professional-Monitoring/dp/B000WA3DLG

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The SLP collection would be very good if it was a mid-level brand or something. Unfortunately it's from one of the most prestigious houses in all of fashion and designed by an arrogant, egotistical, overhyped megalomaniac who admittedly transformed the world of men's fashion.

 

There's some really awesome pieces in that collection bute overall presentation feels like 2005..  Also who the fuck is going to be able to fit in those pants

post #72125 of 100892
also, a better look at Silent FW13 sneakers

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Looking for some black slip ons like these...what's available besides vans?

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also, a better look at Silent FW13 sneakers

as with most DD, his better days are behind him for sneakers
silent from ss10 (a pair for sale sz classifieds)
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Silent sneakers look great

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Originally Posted by KingJulien View PostAlso who the fuck is going to be able to fit in those pants

Sup

post #72129 of 100892
^agreed, would wear
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Damir has undergone this weird transition where his mainline is totally unappealing and the diffusion line is getting better every season.
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Damir has undergone this weird transition where his mainline is totally unappealing and the diffusion line is getting better every season.

I still haven't found a better fitting T-shirt than Silent's.
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Wish he was still using the wicked soft organic cottons though. My FW10 (11? maybe) shirts are so much softer than my newer ones

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I remember the tag on Silent's first season had some commitment to organic fabric printed on it. So much for that. lol8[1].gif
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seems like a lot of brands start out saying they're going to use only the best, organic, eco-friendly whatever fabrics made in fair-labor factories and then after a couple of seasons as they look at their margins they're suddenly thinking 'holy shit, we're making nothing." then the fabrics get a little cheaper and production moves and then finally a little money starts coming in. the brand starts taking off, not because they cheapened the product but because it takes a few years to really get the ball rolling, but once it's rolling they've already cut back wherever they could. now the cash is coming in and they're not thinking, 'hey, let's go back to great fabrics and the best factories." they're thinking, 'we must be doing something right. if we could up the margin just a little more then we'd really start making some money.' the brand keeps expanding and now that they have some basic designs set and they know what sells they stop making stuff that doesn't sell, and then before you know it they're not even designing anymore, just doing market research to figure out which fabric to offer their bestseller in next season because why design something if you already know what works and...
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