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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

very cool. whats "throwback" about it?

Ha this is how I used to dress like 6-8 months ago, more classic pieces and a lot more browns/beiges
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6-8 months ago is throwback? Looks pretty good, reedo
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

epaulet

uniqlo

MMM

 

stanley dai mosi mosi

tsanley went to sake bar wakatake onigarasi.  uni nigiri and toro sashmi whoel saki sashmi.  soo good but very tired now stanley.  but i check hyour fit.  this is very good stnaley.  your shiry fit perfectness.  but like mannequin in sears store two clothpegs in the back no?  shoe is for latin bailero not you.  why is no parking.  

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wut

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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Throwback fit



3Sixteen
N&F
Deschutes Chainbreaker
APC
Alden

much better
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cotton
cotton
silk-blend
canvas
goat leather
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

damn, thanks for all the comments guys.

jeans are the current UJ MIC 98% cotton, 2% spandex. boots get polished regularly, and they are more brown than they look in the fit pic. I think they are picking up red from the background there. also the toe box isn't square:




it's a little weird getting used to the cuban heel, but I like the toe box on these a lot more than on the MMM side-zips I see everyone else wearing.

 

I think these were mine that I sold on IIRC...
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post


I don't know how long you're in London for, but Fabric on friday should be a good night. Will be a bit chavy and druggy, but quite good. I don't recommend it midweek though, is a bit shit then. If you're looking for any other good nights corsica studios in elephant and castle is really good too and has a much calmer crowd then fabric.


Thanks for the heads up. I am here till Arpil 2nd and my only weekend will be filled with wedding duties for my cousin-in-law. frown.gif. As a long time fan of dance music and electronic music in general, I have been salivating at the chance to experience the music in a live setting in Europe. I always imagined it to be less douchey and more music nerds dancing to weird sounds... so much for romanticizing. . I was expecting the druggy part of the experience but going to art school has allowed me to  mentally detach that part of the experience.

So unfortunately I can only make one of these venues during the weekday due to the wedding festivities. I thought if I were to go anywhere it would at least be Fabric due to its popularity and the amount of awesome mixes they drop on their record label.

 

Do you any anyone else know of any good electronic shows this week? I would appreciate it.

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


Thanks for the heads up. I am here till Arpil 2nd and my only weekend will be filled with wedding duties for my cousin-in-law. frown.gif. As a long time fan of dance music and electronic music in general, I have been salivating at the chance to experience the music in a live setting in Europe. I always imagined it to be less douchey and more music nerds dancing to weird sounds... so much for romanticizing. . I was expecting the druggy part of the experience but going to art school has allowed me to  mentally detach that part of the experience.

So unfortunately I can only make one of these venues during the weekday due to the wedding festivities. I thought if I were to go anywhere it would at least be Fabric due to its popularity and the amount of awesome mixes they drop on their record label.

 

Do you any anyone else know of any good electronic shows this week? I would appreciate it.


Not from London but pretty sure Duke Dumont, Nina Kraviz, Deetron or Digweed would all blow my mind. Pick your poison:

 

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?442094

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?435228

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?438133

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?439632

 

tldr: Can't go wrong on Thursday

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WOW those all look good... Now I am torn on whether I want to see Duke or A Guy Named Gerald... Thank YOU...

I know Jackmaster is going to be at Fabric on Thursday as well.


Edited by Tirailleur1 - 3/24/13 at 5:13am
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

WOW those are all good... Now I am torn on whether I want to see Duke or A Guy Named Gerald... Thank YOU...

I know Jackmaster is going to be at Fabric on Thursday as well.


imo Huckaby seals the deal at Brixton then.

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Fave Stanley fit ever! And those MMM are amazing.
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


Thanks for the heads up. I am here till Arpil 2nd and my only weekend will be filled with wedding duties for my cousin-in-law. frown.gif . As a long time fan of dance music and electronic music in general, I have been salivating at the chance to experience the music in a live setting in Europe. I always imagined it to be less douchey and more music nerds dancing to weird sounds... so much for romanticizing. . I was expecting the druggy part of the experience but going to art school has allowed me to  mentally detach that part of the experience.
So unfortunately I can only make one of these venues during the weekday due to the wedding festivities. I thought if I were to go anywhere it would at least be Fabric due to its popularity and the amount of awesome mixes they drop on their record label.

Do you any anyone else know of any good electronic shows this week? I would appreciate it.

Crucifix Lane is quite cool. It's in shoreditch, not very chavy I think it's more of what you were thinking of. Loads of italians and spanish people dancing to techno. I saw Nina Cravitz there and it was sick and the venue is much less commercial then Fabric, but it is kind of a rough place, you can't really escape the drugs there. Out of those resident advisor links I'd go to Corsica Studios, really cool place, but i've never been to the other venues. It's quite small and only holds a few hundred people, but it's got a really friendly vibe. I don't think they open all the rooms in fabric on a Thursday, it's not like it is on friday or saturday. I would join you, but I'm in Cambridge over easter sadly, and I'm giving my mind a break from these kind of events. I wouldn't say fabric is douchey, it's not like theres tonnes of bros there doing bro shit, it's just 17 year old chavs wearing i <3 mandy vests and students on md so everyone there is really friendly.
Edited by fuji - 3/24/13 at 5:53am
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Renalen, deets on everything please smile.gif
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