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Because we all love top 10: Top 10 favourite brands right now

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So?
post #2 of 280
1. balmain 2. dior homme (heidi) 3. julius 4. rick owens 5. old raf simons (pre 2004) 6. margiela 7. old helmut lang 8. KKA 9. carpe diem (boots only honestly...) 10. augusta
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1. balmain
2. dior homme (heidi)
3. julius
4. rick owens
5. old raf simons (pre 2004)
6. margiela
7. old helmut lang
8. KKA
9. carpe diem (boots only honestly...)
10. augusta

I know it's parody but if it isn't active don't list it. Right now is the keyword. We all know Helmut Lang rocked.
post #4 of 280
place in order is meaningless: margiela paul smith nom de guerre wings + horns rag & bone j crewwww bitches rugby billy reid burkman brothers fillipa k honorable mentions: acne, sperry, KMW
post #5 of 280
1. J.Crew 2. Ralph Lauren 3. Jack Purcell 4. Paul Smith (shoes) 5. Dior Homme (jeans) 6. RRL (jeans) 7. Sperry 8. Ralph Lauren Black Label 9. Tim Hamilton 10. Hickey
post #6 of 280
Junya W/CDG MAN Marka Tailor MMM N. Hoolywood/Mister Hollywood EG's new tailoreds Raf, still Giuliano Fujiwara Temple of Jawnz can't think of 2 more, those brands are on my radar lately as far as clothes go. I'm combining everything for a 'gay American lumberjack samurai educated at an Ivy, time transported to 2025 and back with a grudge' look, you know, typical bad boy shit.
post #7 of 280
I got so excited when I saw a top 10 list that my mind completely blanked.
post #8 of 280
Top 10, in alphabetical order:

Augusta
Carol Christian Poell
Julius
Layer-0
Martin Margiela
N.D.C.
Nicolas Andreas Taralis
Obscur
Odyn Vovk
To Boot New York
post #9 of 280
1 American Apparel
2 RRL
3 Carhartt (work pants are pretty good riding pants)
4 Gap (I'm digging the 1969 line and their chambray workshirts aren't horrible, either)
5 Converse by John Varvatos (includes both shoes (JP & CT) and clothes)
<strike>Dr. Martens, vintage</strike> you said right now... ummmm
6 Calvin Klein and 2xist for underwear needs (they make the best fitting boxer briefs that don't hike all the way up to my belly button. I don't wear my pants there, I'll be goddamned if I wear my underwear there, either). I also like CK's t-shirts more than AAs (the ones I'm talking about are really thick, meant to be worn alone vs undershirt variety). I include them together because I think they're interchangable for my intentions.
7 Gold Toe socks
8 Woolrich Woolen Mills (I can't afford any, but I admire some of their line)
9 EG (ditto)
10 Belstaff (ditto). I'll probably end up with a schott's, though.
post #10 of 280
what's in my closet: engineered garments for assorted shirts and outerwear j. crew for basics and chambrays woolrich woolen mills for pants quoddy for kickxxx russell moccasin for kickz uniqlo for basics and beater oxfords filson for work bag supreme for flannels rrl for oxfords/chambray moscot for shadez
post #11 of 280
J Crew
W+H
EG
Rugby
RRL
Scotch + Soda
Sterlingwear
MJK
A.P.C.
Sperry
post #12 of 280
In order of preference: Mister Freedom 45rpm Engineered Garments KMW NdG RRL Haversack Chimala Anachronorm Gilded Age Hon. mentions: Apolis Activism, Buzz Rickson, Post O'alls, Garbstore, J. Crew, Nau, Rapha, and ArmorLux
post #13 of 280
Nudie APC B.Son Iron Heart Alden Kenneth cole Express(I like their fitted dress shirts)
post #14 of 280
J Crew
Vans
Brooks Bros.
Fred Perry
Sperry
RayBan
Hickey Freeman (best thrifting find ever.)
APC (denim, i know... i'm a small timer)
BoO (i don't own anything by them, but i like to dream.)
The Flat Head (more stuff i don't own.)
post #15 of 280
ermmm...

apc
fred perry
sunspel
john smedley
acquascutum
crockett & jones
earnest sewn
harvie & hudson
our legacy
spring court
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