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Originally Posted by toothsomesound View Post

I don't really buy this. My impression is that serious consumers/customers actually don't care very much and are more concerned with the feeling the actual garment gives them. That's what i think good designers try to do anyway. Make clothes that make you feel something.

I'm starting a new label that's marketed toward depressed people. Bam by ChairDance. Clothes that make you feel nothing
post #83567 of 102288

A more modern, contemporary look for the aspiring rich zombie aficionados. 

post #83568 of 102288
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Originally Posted by toothsomesound View Post

I would not recommend wearing drop crotch pants to do any moderate to strenuous physical activity. If you're just walking around or lounging around, it's not super noticeable. But yes, because the crotch is lower your legs can't extend as far in any direction. That being said I think drop crotch pants are cool and I wear them every once in a while. I mean I also wouldn't recommending doing heavy lifting or playing contact sports in a cardigan or a blazer.

I've played sports in a cardigan and even in a suit, took the blazer off eventually but not due to restriction in movement, they were outlier pieces though and probably one of the few brands you could pull this off with.
post #83569 of 102288
Someone recommend me a cool cardholder; my Costanza wallet is killing me.

Preferably not something that's like $500.
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Really random but anybody ever fill out a Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) form? Fedex is making me fill one out and while I'm pretty sure Saphir creams aren't toxic I just want to make sure. Tried like 10 different EPA numbers, all go straight to voicemail or just say call can't be connected
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Originally Posted by chinesealpha View Post
 

 

It's not all that hard to take decent photos, to have basic info like prices and measurements. I took a quick look through the Golden Bear and Vanson websites, and they're pretty f'n bad. Aero, OTH, does a great job of making their jackets look good and seem amazing.

 

Thurston Bros website seems enthusiastic but not at all geared to either the fashunz or otaku market. Doesn't really seem like they want to sell anything online. Compared to, say, History Preservation, there is little to no info on the jacket you're contemplating spending $1k+ on. If a shop owner is going to have a website, he/she ought to figure that people want to know what they're buying into.

 

For some reason, a lot of people who run websites don't consider the user experience at all.

 

They either adapt and realise it's important or the business fails.

post #83572 of 102288
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Someone recommend me a cool cardholder; my Costanza wallet is killing me.

Preferably not something that's like $500.

See Luk-Cha's B&S add's
post #83573 of 102288
April in Paris.
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I've heard a lot about April in Paris, and would like to take the plunge at some point but don't know what the prices would be like... Anyone have rough estimates on a couple things (i.e. cardholder, slim zip bifold)? A range of prices would be greatly appreciated, but a base price is all I'm really looking for. Thanks!!!
post #83575 of 102288
There are in-stock items you can browse if you don't have a custom order in mind (although I guess some aren't technically in stock, just base designs where you choose the leather).

http://www.aprilinparis.us/shop/


Also, SNS reference looks pretty nice.

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Thanks... I guess I'll start from there.
post #83577 of 102288
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Someone recommend me a cool cardholder; my Costanza wallet is killing me.

Preferably not something that's like $500.

I made an MA+ wallet really easy for like $20 bucks total. Really slim and wouldn't be so "dark" if brown leather was used. Seriously super simple, instructions in the DIY thread if your interested smile.gif
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I wish Rick Owens wasn't the only designer cutting blazers like Rick Owens. Seriously the coolest blazer cut ever.
post #83579 of 102288

I am really into this Needles blazer. I guess it is a washed herringbone (what I can pick up from google translate).

 

 

http://neptokyo-news.jugem.jp/?eid=891

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Oh that's amazing

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