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post #91 of 1056
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jet approved


where 2 cop????
post #92 of 1056
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Originally Posted by djibouti View Post
mi margiela



F me. I have been looking for this for AGES!! Great sweater . . . I have been regretting not purchasing this sweater for amost two years now!! if you ever want to sell (assuming med, even small), please let me know!! This is my most sort after "grail" piece!
post #93 of 1056
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

But seriously, jet, can you help me out? Where to buy??

What size are you ?
post #94 of 1056
If it's an L I'll take it Is your MMM robe the natural colored shawl buttonless one? I don't wanna jock your kop
post #95 of 1056
Kelv do you mind putting a fit pic up?

Knit looks awesome and I would love something like it
post #96 of 1056
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Kelv do you mind putting a fit pic up?

Knit looks awesome and I would love something like it
post #97 of 1056
A few of my more interesting knits, everything else is just simple basics. I think my girl friend has most of them because I'm missing quite a few.






from left to right missoni, fred perry (not the made in china shit you see sold in sports world), stone island.




gieves and hawkes cashmere shawl collar cardigan, miu miu pocket knit, Tom Ford cashmere crew neck




RLPL cashmere cardigan (jets favourite) Tom ford cashmere cable knit




Obligatory pile photo. Most expensive one was the miu miu and that was $70, they were all bought BNWT just at massive discount.
post #98 of 1056
Man I wish I had another of those TF cable cashmeres in a different colour, cream or burgundy or something. They're awesome. Glad I got at least one out of that feeding frenzy. RLPL knit is still awesome, wish there were more quality pieces with interesting (but not insane, hi Sipang) patterns floating around.
post #99 of 1056
ARW"s branquinho is the best dot/diamond pattern I've seen, fuji's second.
post #100 of 1056
i have posted this before, but seems to make sense to post again here. www.streetammo.com has SNS herning knits. I have no idea why, it doesn't really fit with the rest of their stuff at all. they have some great prices, and you can get an additional 10% off by using the code "retailmenot". I got the naval knit, hat, and scarf from them this summer, and just got the stark and the fisherman.
post #101 of 1056
^Yeah I bought the fisherman's sweater from them. Thanks again. Note, though, that the prices there may disqualify SNS from baller status.
post #102 of 1056
Those prices are amazing. Someone's gotta cop those sea blue starks at $180... too bad they don't carry any size S =/
post #103 of 1056
yep, prices are good for those that are ballin on a budget (which probably isn't really ballin at all).
post #104 of 1056
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Originally Posted by MichaelPemulis View Post
i have posted this before, but seems to make sense to post again here.

www.streetammo.com has SNS herning knits. I have no idea why, it doesn't really fit with the rest of their stuff at all.

they have some great prices, and you can get an additional 10% off by using the code "retailmenot".

I got the naval knit, hat, and scarf from them this summer, and just got the stark and the fisherman.

Tried to cop, their checkout system wasn't working for me though. Kept getting stuck on shipping/billing address and not progressing to step 3 (payment)
post #105 of 1056
odd. i had no problems ordering from them, and have done so twice.
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