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post #151 of 12881
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Originally Posted by Hank Rearden View Post
I've never noticed Oswald's resemblance to Edward Norton.

http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2322045696/nm0001570

In Fight club?

I prefer him in American History X...
post #152 of 12881
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Bespoke...

First one is MTM. (Trousers too.)
post #153 of 12881
Any idea how can i can hook myself up with some MTM of this caliber?
post #154 of 12881
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Don Johnson meets Thom Browne
post #155 of 12881
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post


Where could one find a jacket like this, if one had relatively little money?
post #156 of 12881
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Did he come up with the look himself, or is he modeling it for someone? At first this almost looks good, until you see the rest of the outfit. Suit sleeves rolled up (but shirt sleeves remain unrolled), pant legs rolled up, ugly track sprinter style shoes, and all of his buttons are done up. The thing is with his looks and with that suit he could look like a model if he wanted to and yet he went with a more extreme look.
post #157 of 12881
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post
Did he come up with the look himself, or is he modeling it for someone? At first this almost looks good, until you see the rest of the outfit. Suit sleeves rolled up (but shirt sleeves remain unrolled), pant legs rolled up, ugly track sprinter style shoes, and all of his buttons are done up. The thing is with his looks and with that suit he could look like a model if he wanted to and yet he went with a more extreme look.

He doesn't look great in that combo...The shoes are ghastly and the rest is plain awful..
post #158 of 12881
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I have seen more terrible sartorial options taken by Lapo Elkhan than great ones...

hmmh, ok. now, you tell me you don't "like" the denim ferrari. i never thought of you as a "spießer"???
post #159 of 12881
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Originally Posted by geoffmartin17 View Post
Where in the hell can i find a sportcoat that fits this well? Anyone know the make? I'd sell my kidney for that.
I think that's a RL SC. It's a swedish blogger http://kingmagazine.se/Manniskorna/claes/ He also wears alot of MTM from J. Lindeberg
post #160 of 12881
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Originally Posted by Aaron01 View Post
Oswald Boateng's son meets Thom Browne

FTFY
post #161 of 12881
Apparently he's a stylist, so I'm gonna assume he came up with the look. Agreed that it looks ridiculous; doesn't really seem like there's an overarching theme or any real design philosophy behind it.

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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post
Did he come up with the look himself, or is he modeling it for someone? At first this almost looks good, until you see the rest of the outfit. Suit sleeves rolled up (but shirt sleeves remain unrolled), pant legs rolled up, ugly track sprinter style shoes, and all of his buttons are done up. The thing is with his looks and with that suit he could look like a model if he wanted to and yet he went with a more extreme look.
post #162 of 12881
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Originally Posted by heli0x View Post
Apparently he's a stylist, so I'm gonna assume he came up with the look. Agreed that it looks ridiculous; doesn't really seem like there's an overarching theme or any real design philosophy behind it.
Just curious:

1. what overarching theme or 'real' design philosophy is there for SF-approved looks? What is the 'real' design philosophy behind a suit?
2. why do clothes even need overarching themes or real design philosophy behind them?
3. when do design philosophies become 'real'?
post #163 of 12881
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Top half good, bottom half bad.

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Originally Posted by NorCal_1 View Post

This is AWESOME.

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She is awesome-er.
post #164 of 12881
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
Top half good, bottom half bad.



This is AWESOME.



She is awesome-er.

He's going to stab her in the eye with a 9 inch lapel
post #165 of 12881
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Originally Posted by geoffmartin17 View Post
Any idea how can i can hook myself up with some MTM of this caliber?

You will have to go to The Hague. (Or ask others for American options...)
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