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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
 

looking around I found this editorial from 2010. seems like 15 yrs is the average time it takes for something to get rehashed (probably faster now). even my non-fashion friends are talking about the 90s being back.

 

Elle Italia

 

 

 

 

 

The innermost shirt he's wearing is most definitely Folk, which is pretty cool considering this is from Elle Italia?

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Originally Posted by futuresailors View Post

Yeah, SLP's late to the wagon.  There was that whole flannel shirt around the waist/ripped jeans/other grungy things thing a few years ago.
Yeah, sounds like the average Hipster look (since the mid 200s). So SLP is definitely late to the party.
The 80s revival was kinda cool, but not sure if I'm ready for a early-90s revival...
I mean, those "Beverly Hills 90210" washed mom (or dad) jeans, the jackets with the ridiculously large shoulders, MC Hammers harem pants.. (Wait, it's already been around for some time...)
Grungey look is decent, but the early 90s was the worst post-WWII era, fashion wise, IMO...
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Bless coming to Suspension Point for S/S

 

Soon

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http://www.styleforum.net/t/385502/interview-with-niyi-okuboyejo-tirailleur1-of-post-imperial


For any of you interested here is an SF interview about my line
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Thought this was 'how would you like your girl to dress' thread for a second. I must admit thought beautiful legs on that woman in red
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Sometimes I think about ripping the pick-stitched labels from Margiela clothes. It gets to be a pain to reattach them when inevitably one corner comes loose...or else I have something altered and the alterationist does a bad job reattaching the label. Just got a pair of pants back from having the waist adjusted and the label was sewn back on off-center and at like a 20 degree angle frown.gif
Edited by ChetB - 4/2/14 at 4:46pm
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The stitches are very easy to put back on if they fall apart. I once (when I first started buying Margiela) had a shirt taken in and my tailor took off the label thinking it was a "store tag" I wasn't too happy about that. My solution is I only buy what I know will fit out of the box/accept the way its meant to be worn and the only alterations I do are hems and even then I write PLASE DO NOT REMOVE ANYTHING on my receipt
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sewn back on off-center and at like a 20 degree angle frown.gif
 

You don't intend to go back to the same tailor again right?

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No, I won't go back. My regular guy is impeccable but 40 minutes away. I've been experimenting with closer places with little luck.
Edited by ChetB - 4/2/14 at 4:46pm
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the one on my 5-zip is starting to fall off and i know it shouldn't bother me but it does...
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Are there any hanger brands with 15 inch wooden suit hangers besides Hanger Project and Butler Luxury?
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You don't intend to go back to the same tailor again right?

 

Worse are the weirdly non-equidistant back pockets.:facepalm: 

 

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Worse are the weirdly non-equidistant back pockets.facepalm.gif  
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