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post #1 of 18
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Scott the Sartorialist will have a monthly column starting in Oct. Pretty cool for him, nice to see someone take it to the "next level" starting from a blog site. I think this will be a nice addition to the magazine.
post #2 of 18
get stuff i like the blog and it great to see what people dress like on the other side of the would some1 should do a stle blog for tokyo london and paris i would say hong kong too but i dont think this place is so stylish!
post #3 of 18
A score for GQ. I usually bypass most of it, but will keep up with his columns. I hope he keeps the wonderfull happy spirit that permeates his blog and photos. It's a refreshing and honest departure from fashion's constant smugness.
post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
get stuff i like the blog and it great to see what people dress like on the other side of the would some1 should do a stle blog for tokyo london and paris i would say hong kong too but i dont think this place is so stylish!

Say what??? Dude, get off whatever you're smoking.

BTW, congrats to The Sartorialist. I hope he makes a good living off of what he loves.
post #5 of 18
notice he has taken down his SF (and other) links. I feel so cheap.
post #6 of 18
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
Say what??? Dude, get off whatever you're smoking.

BTW, congrats to The Sartorialist. I hope he makes a good living off of what he loves.

The dude is from Hong Kong man. So give him a bit of a break, unless your Canto is as better than his English.

As for the matter at hand, Congrats to Scot. Man, this is great news. I guess that I'll keep up my subscription to GQ yet another year.
post #7 of 18
Finally, something that would be worth reading in GQ.
post #8 of 18
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
The dude is from Hong Kong man. So give him a bit of a break, unless your Canto is as better than his English.

Not to detract from the thread, but you're right. I don't speak or write Cantonese. However, if I were to try, I'd run it through a spell checker. I meant no harm; I apologize if my comment came off as insensitive.
post #9 of 18
green tea up in this shit
post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
Not to detract from the thread, but you're right. I don't speak or write Cantonese. However, if I were to try, I'd run it through a spell checker. I meant no harm; I apologize if my comment came off as insensitive.

thats ok old bean! i have this trouble alll the time as the gaffer keep have a bouchers over my shoulders now and again! so i sometimes mis-spell, also i dont read or write chinese only speak it fluently both cantonese and mandarin! so sometimes the fingers can not type as quick as i think what to put! but i know thats no excuse as i dont get much chance to speak english anymore so it suffer - so sorry if i have offended any1 with my bad english!
post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
get stuff i like the blog and it great to see what people dress like on the other side of the would some1 should do a stle blog for tokyo london and paris i would say hong kong too but i dont think this place is so stylish!

Some parts of Hong Kong are okay (you should come round to wear I work) but there are a lot of black suits
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
Not to detract from the thread, but you're right. I don't speak or write Cantonese. However, if I were to try, I'd run it through a spell checker. I meant no harm; I apologize if my comment came off as insensitive.
I'd like to see you try to find a canto spell checker.
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Originally Posted by chobochobo
Some parts of Hong Kong are okay (you should come round to wear I work) but there are a lot of black suits
Yea..theres an abundance of black suits in Hong kong...actually everywhere really..except on styleforum.
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
I'd like to see you try to find a canto spell checker.



Yea..theres an abundance of black suits in Hong kong...actually everywhere really..except on styleforum.
Some style-conscious people in Hong Kong are very fond of Dior Homme, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten, et al. who produce a large amount of black suits.
post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by chobochobo
Some parts of Hong Kong are okay (you should come round to wear I work) but there are a lot of black suits

so chap where do you work? perhap i could come over 1 time and we meet up
also toiletduck too! coz where i am the stlye is not so great but the dior homme store thats opened this week is nice and cheaper than joyce too!
post #15 of 18
We hate it when our friends become successful....
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