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post #86671 of 99217
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

We're paying for "design" (and rent in NYC). Unfortunately I can't pay for anything until they contact me.

and import duties
post #86672 of 99217
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

Thinking of opening a claim on the black intarsia from serie noire, paying a bit more and getting a zamb leather, I already have a hammered dust intarsia anyways. Dealing with serie noire has been a nightmare. They respond to my emails every 5 days. Why have I never received good customer care from a French shop.

Because France
post #86673 of 99217
What kind of bags are you guys usually carrying? Totes / Shoulder bags / Messengers? I'm looking for a nice bag, preferably in black leather, for a long time now. It has to hold an A4 folder, a book and some small things suchs as phone, wallet, glasses, tissues etc.

Only thing I liked was an Ann messenger, but I cannot justify spending 1300$.
post #86674 of 99217
I think I'm experiencing fashunz regression. Less jawnz, more other stuff.
post #86675 of 99217
I'm selling lots of stuff and have lots more stuff to sell/donate. If there were a way to sell like 10 sport coats in one go, without losing like 50% to a consigner, I'd do it.
post #86676 of 99217
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I think I'm experiencing fashunz regression. Less jawnz, more other stuff.

I have yet to experience this, buying from one brand and recently just buying things I will wear a lot at retail (which means buying 2 pieces instead of 10 every time buy something) has not diminished my love for clothes....yet. I do want to invest in a good watch or cartier nail bracelet or something in the near future
post #86677 of 99217
Basically I've come to a realization that a large chunk of my wardrobe is (rightfully and maybe unfortunately so) devoted to business casual stuff for work. Full CM and artisanal stuff are smaller, but probably equal components. A majority of non work jawnz is SS/MMM/RG/ToJ type stuff. A few random DH/Balmain type things. Really, that's enough. I still appreciate and want various things, but I don't really get that many chances to wear cool shit unless I want to overhaul my work wardrobe into full on tailored Jil/MMM/whatever or go full retard EG/Junya.

That, or a career change - someone with a cool sustainable business that doesn't have a dress code hiring? foo.gif
post #86678 of 99217
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That, or a career change - someone with a cool sustainable business that doesn't have a dress code hiring? foo.gif

What about a cool unsustainable business? Like a south american logging company where everyone wears Rick
post #86679 of 99217
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Originally Posted by filcol View Post

What kind of bags are you guys usually carrying? $.

I like messenger bags. But have been contemplating a nice backpack at some point since I no longer work at a place that gives them to us for free.

I have a barney x porter tanker bag which pretty much is the perfect messenger imo and has lasted for years with me through burning man, travel, coachella etc. May get the buzz rickson x gibson x porter version at some point out of that insane rickson nylon.

Also have a guidi m10. Contemplating a m.a.+ embryo bag (Vaguely smaller than a messenger for times I don't need to haul a laptop e.g. music festivals) and an acronym third arm messenger bag for something more hardcore than the tanker bag (Holds more, probably even more durable and extensible).
post #86680 of 99217
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What about a cool unsustainable business? Like a south american logging company where everyone wears Rick

If by logging you mean the cocaine trade, that's highly sustainable. I'm not sure I want to relocate though.
post #86681 of 99217
Nah, logging as in logging

Imagine a pair of MMM sidezips pressing the gas pedal of a bulldozer while parrots and disease-curing plants tremble in your wake
post #86682 of 99217
Rick Owens is very industrial
post #86683 of 99217
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Nah, logging as in logging

Imagine a pair of MMM sidezips pressing the gas pedal of a bulldozer while parrots and disease-curing plants tremble in your wake

Will consult Regis.
post #86684 of 99217
I once saw a dude wearing Evisu jeans on a construction site.
post #86685 of 99217
Soooo cold right now. Time for the down jackets.
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