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Parker, you feeling OK bud? ;-)
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Holy shit, Attachment is amazing. How have I never realized this before? I want everything (shocker, right?)

A few questions- How hard is it to order from their webstore? Do they do sales? What's the difference between KKA and Attachment?
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Parker, you feeling OK bud? ;-)

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Reedo I will pm you soon.
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Reedo I will pm you soon.

Thanks Brad, appreciate it
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HAMMER TIME
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I am not a fan of that hair.

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As I understand it KKA is supposed to sort of be more of a luxury runway line, whereas Attachment is supposed to be more mainline -- but the distinction between the two kind of blurs. I'd love some info on buying it as well, I've fallen deeply in love over the last few weeks with KK's designs. North American stores mark it up so much (there could be legit reasons for all I know) that it is ostensibly cheaper to proxy it from Japan. The hooded coat brad and I were discussing the other day is something like $800 in Japan and $1665 from Archive in San Fran. plain.gif
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As I understand it KKA is supposed to sort of be more of a luxury runway line, whereas Attachment is supposed to be more mainline -- but the distinction between the two kind of blurs. I'd love some info on buying it as well, I've fallen deeply in love over the last few weeks with KK's designs. North American stores mark it up so much (there could be legit reasons for all I know) that it is ostensibly cheaper to proxy it from Japan. The hooded coat brad and I were discussing the other day is something like $800 in Japan and $1665 from Archive in San Fran. plain.gif

I wanna know too! I want these attachment pants from H lorenzo but they're like $900... i'm guessing they're much cheaper in japan? 

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The hakama are great in themselves but I am not convinced by the comparatively skinny upper half, or by your choice of shoes.  I'd really like to see some kind of slouchy oversize jacket or knit with this.

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hehehe... I am more New Jack Swing than Hammer rap. uhoh.gif

I like the suggestion of dress shoes. I think these pants would pretty nice with some black derbies and a big chunky sweater. It's still summer here for another month or more though. Just be happy I didn't wear my Birkenstocks again.
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Yeah Attachment is bitchin. But US stores basically double the price, which makes proxying a pretty attractive option
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Yeah Attachment is bitchin. But US stores basically double the price, which makes proxying a pretty attractive option

 

This. how the hell can just one brand make so much awesome stuff? inlove.gif

their black jeans are just awesome, and don't cost too much (first purchase with christmas-money perhaps? inlove.gif)

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IIRC, US stores double the price of Japanese clothes because the Japanese labels set the wholesale price for US stores at Japanese retail.

There's some big convoluted reason for all of that whole process, but I can't quite remember what.
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