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post #31 of 249
Very true, and just like everything else these types of stores carry, eventually it will just go away. Pretty much everyone had a peacoat last year, but that doesn't make having one is bad.
post #32 of 249
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Very true, and just like everything else these types of stores carry, eventually it will just go away. Pretty much everyone had a peacoat last year,

I can't believe they're stealing our fucking style!!
post #33 of 249
Is AE even allowed to make their own shoes? I thought they sold that license to payless
post #34 of 249
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Considering it's all under "work wear," that wouldn't be too far off. Jeans and t-shirts fade and rip when worn at work. I had steel toed Red Wings (which is how I first learned about the brand), a pair of jeans that were ripped and faded as hell, and an old shirt when I worked construction.

wtf you mean you didnt wear something like the EG bedford jacket along with cinch back pants??????????
post #35 of 249
Should I be ashamed to say I'm actually going to buy some of this stuff?
post #36 of 249
yes
post #37 of 249

how can you pass up cheap poorly made $80 red wings. and $50 Desert boots!!! The oxfords don't look to bad either.
post #38 of 249
Don't support plagiarism bro.
post #39 of 249
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Don't support plagiarism bro.

I wouldn't call it plagarism.
You could then say all those guys wearing repro cuts are supporting plagarism.
post #40 of 249
Yes but in those cases the copies are improvements on the original which are no longer in original production so your argument fails.

And yes they are plagiarized copies of redwings, clarks, etc no different than buying a fake rolex.
post #41 of 249
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And yes they are plagiarized copies of redwings, clarks, etc no different than buying a fake rolex.

Or Margiela sneakers?
post #42 of 249
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I love having shit that isn't duplicated by mall brands other than Alfani and Claiborne.

There we go.
post #43 of 249
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Or Margiela sneakers?

I support margiela even though he plagiarizes german trainers and the french replica duffel bag from the 70s I'm about to cop.
post #44 of 249
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I support margiela even though he plagiarizes german trainers and the french replica duffel bag from the 70s I'm about to cop.

What is the difference between homage and plagiarism? Would it have anything to do, in your opinion, with the respect and recognition given to the original design?
post #45 of 249
I'm afraid to answer that question out of fear of another correction.
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