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^ Undercover. http://www.doubleselect.com/2012/09/05/undercover-j6f03-aw12/
(Don't know where to buy, though)

Edit: Haven has them. http://shop.havenshop.ca/collections/latest-arrivals/products/j6f03-boots
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Originally Posted by Zeemon View Post

poeme bohemien is the worst brand name ever

Isn't this the new name of Nicolo Ceschi Berrini? Absolutely worst rebranding ever.
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Yeah. And to add to the weirdness, he changed nothing else about the new brand's identity. The logo, the signature details, etc are still the same.

Maybe he got tired of punks looking up his name in the phone book and ordering pizzas to his house.
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"Let's delight in the miracle of our cosmos by dressing up like Ovidian romantics while filling our gourds with the finest from the vineyard; a bacchanal rite for all of Williamsb—uh, for all of the conceptual forest!"
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Originally Posted by couleur View Post

Wow, never knew there are such shallow people on styleforum like you. I have a blog that has 50,000 unique readers a month dedicated towards the latest Balmain, Givenchy, Christian Louboutin and various unique designers news. My blog is focused on a particular target audience, obviously not people like you who complains about expensive clothes that has no significant value in your life. I make a side living on my blog, I have a vision of how my blog will grow. How about you? What do you have besides trolling around styleforum with 17,000 worthless comment post that would probably never make a difference in anyone's life? What are you getting out of all this?
What experience do you have in this field that makes me think your criticism is worthy?

Timed out until Sept 30, which, incidentally, is my younger daughter's birthday. You had 12 hours, and did not comply. Next time, I might just nuke you completely. Takes 3 keystrokes.

Next time, play nice. People just asked you to make your images smaller. And it wasn't just one person either. It would have been sooooooo easy.

btw: "People listen to me. I have a very important blog." Really?
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post


Poeme Bohemien linen/cotton jacket from you-know-where. It's gorgeous and well worth the price, but the sleeves are stupidly long. Not sure yet if it's a deal breaker.
Oh, and everyone seriously pay attention to this label. It's great (well, despite the name).

Fit pick when you get it? Also I have a few of their pants, really nicely made. Looks like the poor mans CCP. I have one thats too damn tight on my thunder thighs. I keep it around to touch it once in a while and imagine what life must be like for normal people cloud.gif
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post


Fit pick when you get it? Also I have a few of their pants, really nicely made. Looks like the poor mans CCP. I have one thats too damn tight on my thunder thighs. I keep it around to touch it once in a while and imagine what life must be like for normal people cloud.gif

the aesthetic has never been like ccp (except maybe overlock type stitching ...) which is less about the wearer and more about the clothes as just objects -- great to handle, horrible to wear for me. NCB was pretty nice in the beginning, very rustic feel to it. there were exaggerated flares on shirts and jackets, rough textured material, wools or linens that lent themselves nicely to the pieces, like farmer jackets that were some of the best ones he made. earth tones, muted colors, worn-in feeling fabrics.

it used to be carried at atelier now relegated to bargain bin on yoox...inconsistent, to say the leaset. stopped paying attention few seasons back but I suppose it's same stuff diff name. I have one piece left, a long lined coat in rough linen with thin lapes that can button up all the way to the top, cut wider at the bottom.
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I'll always have a soft spot for NCB since he makes the only blazers I've ever seen that I don't have to tailor at all. I thought I was hallucinating the first time I tried one on.

Oh, and I bought that jacket too. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif for the heads up, Bam.
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

the aesthetic has never been like ccp (except maybe overlock type stitching ...) which is less about the wearer and more about the clothes as just objects -- great to handle, horrible to wear for me. NCB was pretty nice in the beginning, very rustic feel to it. there were exaggerated flares on shirts and jackets, rough textured material, wools or linens that lent themselves nicely to the pieces, like farmer jackets that were some of the best ones he made. earth tones, muted colors, worn-in feeling fabrics.
it used to be carried at atelier now relegated to bargain bin on yoox...inconsistent, to say the leaset. stopped paying attention few seasons back but I suppose it's same stuff diff name. I have one piece left, a long lined coat in rough linen with thin lapes that can button up all the way to the top, cut wider at the bottom.

The pants I have look like a pair of CCPs that were on (might still be on) darklands. Im not saying his entire look = same as CCP. Just the pants. Sorry for the ambiguity over that.
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i had a nice pair of NCB footwear but unfortunately did not fit. bit sad and now i have to go looking for something in similar color/style
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Couldn't resist with 20 off and whatnot.

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Few more basics to round out longsleeves for the winter.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Few more basics to round out longsleeves for the winter.

These are awful why is everyone wearing this shit
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