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post #88666 of 109053
the best use of affiliate gifts is to film stylefarmers dueling each other Hunger Royale style using the gifts as weapons. my bet is on whoever gets something from hanger project, because as blunt objects those hangers have to be pretty useful.
post #88667 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

the best use of affiliate gifts is to film stylefarmers dueling each other Hunger Royale style using the gifts as weapons. my bet is on whoever gets something from hanger project, because as blunt objects those hangers have to be pretty useful.

but they're far too expensive to risk breaking by swinging them around at somebody
post #88668 of 109053
really i've been contemplating getting a few hangers but cannot for some reason justify $250

"buy expensive clothes, cannot afford maintenance. so peasant"

shog[1].gif
post #88669 of 109053
I can't imagine that there's a real difference between a $25 hanger and the wooden ones you can get at Ikea, in terms of what they will do to your clothes, with the exception of suits, maybe. I could be (and probably am) dead wrong, though.
post #88670 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

really i've been contemplating getting a few hangers but cannot for some reason justify $250

"buy expensive clothes, cannot afford maintenance. so peasant"

shog[1].gif

Jos A Bank during their buy one get two free sales

It does feel weird putting a $7.50 shoe tree in $1200 shoes but it serves the same function. And half the time lasted shoes trees don't even work that well unless they are Saint Crispins ones
post #88671 of 109053
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I can't imagine that there's a real difference between a $25 hanger and the wooden ones you can get at Ikea, in terms of what they will do to your clothes, with the exception of suits, maybe. I could be (and probably am) dead wrong, though.

even then, I got a wide-shouldered wooden hanger at walmart for $5, and if you don't like walmart there are other options online for $5 to $7
post #88672 of 109053
ikea hangers are shit for coats and heavier stuff
post #88673 of 109053
fake or real? the seller claims that he bought the stooges from Nordstrom. but everything about this jacket looks fake from the tags and construction. also claims that he's sold many rick owens items before on styleforum and ebay eh.gif

From ebay
post #88674 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

It would, but zippers are not really waterproof and the overlap should be sufficient, although it will let wind in.

 

I was thinking a zipper behind an overlap. Since rubber doesn't breathe be better to have larger vents with an overlap on top to keep rain out.

 

post #88675 of 109053
dior homme now doing pre-collections (or "in-between" collections). wonder who else will follow suit

STYLE.COM -- Dior can smell a trend in the offing. The label’s artistic director for menswear, Kris Van Assche—as well as, presumably, his corporate bosses—sensed the growing importance of pre-collections for menswear and have begun to treat them with the pomp and circumstance formerly accorded to Fall and Spring. “At the start, a few seasons ago, these pre-collections were basically pre-deliveries of the main collections,” Van Assche told Style.com. “But now, with their strong commercial success, I understood the need for four independent, freestanding collections a year. We have now started calling these in-between collections Spring and Autumn, and the show collections Summer and Winter. These independent pre-collections tell a whole new story, away from the runway. I chose to present them to the press through catalogs, videos, and installations, like the one we had in Omotesando, Japan, in November, for the Spring collection.” rest here: http://www.style.com/stylefile/2013/12/dior-homme-latest-mens-label-make-pre-collections-priority/?utm_source=twitter&_osource=twitter

i actually just checked out the newly arrived dior homme stuff in soho. i liked it. lots of color
post #88676 of 109053
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

dior homme now doing pre-collections (or "in-between" collections). wonder who else will follow suit

CCP
post #88677 of 109053
stumbled upon some recent DiorH runway detail pics recently and was surprised at how nice some of the stuff looked like up close. don't think it was this year's collection though.




Speaking of CCP, I really like

post #88678 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

really i've been contemplating getting a few hangers but cannot for some reason justify $250
"buy expensive clothes, cannot afford maintenance. so peasant"
shog[1].gif

I have some spare quality hangers. PM me if you want. Just cover shipping and they are yours.
post #88679 of 109053
i really like Dior Homme under KVA for the most part. i thought 2010-2012 was really good, especially outerwear. it's gotten a little bland for me the last year and a half, but when I check out stuff in person I usually find something I like. It's all super polished and really nicely made. appeals to me more than hedi era
post #88680 of 109053
A few of my shoes are developing salt stains...all on the right heel. I'm guessing it has something to do with that being the heel touching the ground while driving. Is it getting a bit too precious or anal retentive if I have a pair of beater shoes specifically for driving? How do those of you in wintry/slushy/mucky climes keep your footwear in decent shape through the winter?
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