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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by turbozed


http://www.barneys.com/b/browse/prod...egoryId=281244

Thought I'd revive this thread with a pic and link of the raw TR jeans.
Those back pockets are giant.

Over here, I have seen maybe three people wearing TRs.

What's interesting is that the lower-tier mall brands produced knock-offs of the TR signature cuts long before any actual TRs were available. It'll be interesting to see if the real ones catch on.

Same with Corpus, now that I think about it.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by turbozed
But maybe raw will catch on among the mainstream premium jean market (hopefully it doesn't).

I hope everyone and their mother wears dry denim. Everyday on the subway, I see a more disgusting wash then the day before.

The best jeans I see on the streets are worn Levis. The best asses are usually in sevens and blue cult.
post #33 of 35
The cut looks okay on those TRs but the pockets are hideous.

And I would love everyone to go to raw or one wash. No problem with me.
post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
Why would I want to pay for exclusivity? If I bought some Nudies with blank back pockets and stitched "I CAN AFFORD THESE LOOK AT ME" into them and sold them for $500 each at Barneys, would you be stupid enought to buy them?

That's exclusivity. It's as grotesque as it is laughable.

Huh? No it isn't; that's fashion. Exclusivity is owning Jay Allen tees and everybody wondering where the hell you got them.
post #35 of 35
It's exclusivity as he was talking about it, which, really, is exactly what trends are most often about. Once they reach critical mass in market saturation, they collapse under their own weight and everyone stops wearing Ugg boots except for some sad souls who didn't get the memo.
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