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post #81316 of 94748
they look good when in context or in groups. other than that I only think they look good when obviously redesigned, like those with leather sleeves, no logo, etc (btw I'm also not north american)
post #81317 of 94748
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Originally Posted by kashmir View Post

they look good when in context or in groups. other than that I only think they look good when obviously redesigned, like those with leather sleeves, no logo, etc (btw I'm also not north american)

well all black is alright and toj1 digital camo was kind of cool. I don't like colored ones, letters etc.

post #81318 of 94748

 

Only varsity that has ever appealed to me

post #81319 of 94748
probably will not look as good if one's body's not as athletic or face not youthful.. meaning when you get older it will look unnatural fast.
post #81320 of 94748
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Originally Posted by kashmir View Post

probably will not look as good if one's body's not as athletic or face not youthful.. meaning when you get older it will look unnatural fast.

agreed. starting to feel old at 25... every time i see someone wearing varsity jacket who is at my age or even older it looks weird lol

post #81321 of 94748
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Originally Posted by djt00 View Post

just curious but am i the only one who has always thought that most of the varsity jackets are ugly? perhaps it is because i am not an american

They started coming back on trend maybe four or five years ago, after it started being OK again to wear a shorter jacket with a ribbed waist. It's probably about time they cycle out.

I'm 32 and still wear one (no branding or letters).

Not that I look anything like Slimane, but this pic always reminds me they can look good. I don't know when it's from, but 2009 or earlier.

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I have this dream that someday you'll disappear, and we'll lament our loss. Inevitably, life will go on, and you'll gradually fade from the forum's immediate memory and be incorporated into the collective heroic subconscious of Streetwear and Denim - until someone finally spots you in an anonymous newspaper clipping from the South Pole, standing atop a derelict ship locked in pancake ice, the cloud-cap'd peaks of the Transantarctic range in the background.
You see, I'm a settled man now. My daily adventures involve wrangling goats, swaying in the breeze on a hammock, and drinking with friends in the cool summer evening breeze. I imagine the age of 40 bringing nuptuals, and a beginning of a new era. So, in all likelihood, SF will continue to have a greater pull than Antarctica...
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You already have a motorcycle, right?
Indeed. A 1971 BMW R75/5.
post #81323 of 94748
can't believe tim coppens and kris van assche are coming out with the exact same sweater for f/w 13



post #81324 of 94748
well at least they are knitted differently
in which city does tim coppens do his runway shows?
edit: it's new york
post #81325 of 94748
I saw some 13 yr old Asian kid wearing one of those crazy-expensive and ugly givenchy tees and a pair of flyknits when I was in vancouver last week. I bet that's what 90% of SUFU posters look like.
post #81326 of 94748
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can't believe tim coppens and kris van assche are coming out with the exact same sweater for f/w 13
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Bottom is way better.
post #81327 of 94748
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Bottom is way better.

really? i feel like the half cable looks ugly.

Which one is which?
post #81328 of 94748
I like the top one better.
post #81329 of 94748
While this is probably a bigger deal to MC folks: LVMH bought Loro Piana.
post #81330 of 94748
Frank Leder linen cardigan came in from SW I can only button the top 3 buttons because the cut is pretty long and straight and I have a big butt. Anyone else with the Leder cardigan even wear it buttoned up? It looks really good unbuttoned so I'm still gonna keep it. Narrow and structured, I got M and I'm usually between a 40-42 in most brands.
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