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post #79831 of 109053
I didn't find the post I was looking for, but I did come across a comically unfortunate snippet of preview text in Google:




Edit: wow, no wonder, I was thinking of SuFu!

It was 22 January 2009 haha --
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Originally Posted by juliaN. View Post

its a similar proposition to Lanvin and to a somewhat lesser extent Dior Homme, Balenciaga and maybe Bottega Veneta - young money, old money or get-down-on-your-knees-for-clothes money

Edited by GoldenTribe - 5/27/13 at 4:44pm
post #79832 of 109053
everything that's wrong with vegas, was on the shitter at the palazzo laughing when i came across this

http://www.billionairecouture.com/en/index.php

Billionaire Italian Couture represents an extreme brand of luxury sartorial man’s fashion, which at times goes intentionally overboard whilst still remaining refined. One which never loses sight of the real art of tailoring and enhances the personality of those wearing the brand.
Billionaire Italian Couture creations have a history; all are made strictly by hand in small Italian laboratories in limited numbers; and feature obsessive research into fabrics, materials and details.
Billionaire Italian Couture has managed to combine made-to-measure and ready-to-wear, attaining a result of the very utmost quality. This is borne out by its shirts, which are stitched and feature pressed-flat seams according to the age-old tailoring technique, with four detachable ribs (plus four gold ribs supplied) under the linen collar; suits made to measure with a transversal Neapolitan cut with gold buttons, entirely linen-finished with hand-stitched oblique buttonholes; classic jackets that carry a hint of modern whilst overriding the requirements of new garments; ties with wide ends of equal length rather than arrow-shaped with insides in pure wool; shoes made entirely by hand and fixed with wooden nails and a serial number to guarantee their uniqueness; and belts of all types and rafting techniques in leathers and fabrics, enhanced with prints and silver or gold buckles, or personalised in velvet to recall the Billionaire shoe.
post #79833 of 109053
is that bamchairdance in the link?
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Speaking of Vegas, I'm watching "Behind the Candelabra" right now on HBO. Some serious wardrobe bling. 

post #79835 of 109053
The difference between Russians and Americans is that Russians are willing to pay to look like... awesome.
post #79836 of 109053
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

The difference between Russians and Americans is that Russians are willing to pay to look like... awesome.


inorite? We Muricans would just go to Zara to get the same look. That way we have enough money to buy guns.

post #79837 of 109053
Quote:
Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

The difference between Russians and Americans is that Russians are willing to pay to look like... awesome.

Opulence...

post #79838 of 109053



Heh. Summer.
post #79839 of 109053
Quote:
Originally Posted by jet View Post

everything that's wrong with vegas, was on the shitter at the palazzo laughing when i came across this

http://www.billionairecouture.com/en/index.php

Billionaire Italian Couture represents an extreme brand of luxury sartorial man’s fashion, which at times goes intentionally overboard whilst still remaining refined. One which never loses sight of the real art of tailoring and enhances the personality of those wearing the brand.
Billionaire Italian Couture creations have a history; all are made strictly by hand in small Italian laboratories in limited numbers; and feature obsessive research into fabrics, materials and details.
Billionaire Italian Couture has managed to combine made-to-measure and ready-to-wear, attaining a result of the very utmost quality. This is borne out by its shirts, which are stitched and feature pressed-flat seams according to the age-old tailoring technique, with four detachable ribs (plus four gold ribs supplied) under the linen collar; suits made to measure with a transversal Neapolitan cut with gold buttons, entirely linen-finished with hand-stitched oblique buttonholes; classic jackets that carry a hint of modern whilst overriding the requirements of new garments; ties with wide ends of equal length rather than arrow-shaped with insides in pure wool; shoes made entirely by hand and fixed with wooden nails and a serial number to guarantee their uniqueness; and belts of all types and rafting techniques in leathers and fabrics, enhanced with prints and silver or gold buckles, or personalised in velvet to recall the Billionaire shoe.

I walked into this place when I was in Vegas a few weeks ago. It was as bad as it sounds.
post #79840 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


inorite? We Muricans would just go to Zara to get the same look. That way we have enough money to buy guns.

Actually, I was thinking that that website was really lacking in hote Russian ladies holding gold AKs.
post #79841 of 109053
Damn I stopped drinking hard alcohol for two months went from being able to have 10+ drinks to being hammered with 5 and I felt like a pussy. I couldn't imagine drinking 3 and being hungover but then again I used to pull all night pretty regularly every weekend and still work. The days when you and all your homies were single now they all have girlfriends and shit. Or am I the only one?
post #79842 of 109053
What happened to the Random Food Thoughts thread?


I think the heavy drinking is an age thing, most just reached a point where it wasn't attractive any longer, in my case is was 19, but I'm european, so I started drinking at 15.
post #79843 of 109053
this thread is making me thirsty. As for me, I stopped getting drunk at 25. Any older than that just makes you look like a loser. Everyone needs to grow up sometime.
post #79844 of 109053
1 beer and I'm drunk stopped about 8-9 years ago. Now when I go out to eat I see a lot I mean a lot of people older than me getting trashed must be a Massachusetts thing
post #79845 of 109053

I don't understand why drinking is considered cool because the stories that come out of it are neither cool nor funny they're mostly just stupid.

IMO if you wouldn't do something sober then you probably shouldn't do it, and if you need liquid courage for some reason then you're probably just a coward and drinking doesn't really solve that problem.

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