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post #106 of 498
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post
I think the culprit is machine drying. Maybe if you air dry everything it's fine.

Exactly. But as a general rule, why are people putting anything in the dryer? I can't think of the last time I used a dryer to dry anything other than white sport socks...
post #107 of 498
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Originally Posted by ashenryjames View Post
Exactly. But as a general rule, why are people putting anything in the dryer? I can't think of the last time I used a dryer to dry anything other than white sport socks...

I dry t-shirts, socks and underwear.
post #108 of 498
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Originally Posted by ashenryjames View Post
Exactly. But as a general rule, why are people putting anything in the dryer? I can't think of the last time I used a dryer to dry anything other than white sport socks...
Yea, my dryer load is always pretty low. I still have h&m stuff from way back when. If you're smart you can get some cheap shit to fill a temporary hole or filler for a year that doesn't look/feel/last like shit. Most the stuff looks like shit anyways and then when you find things that look sorta decent, you have to wade through the ones that don't feel or look shit up close. Usually left with like 1-3 things per season. You take any brand and wash and dry it on high heat spin once a week for a year and you'll be in trouble though. Who the fuck cares though? I mean are there any pics or something of the collection? Opening at all the stores or flagships like for cdg? Might pick chronogal up something if hte womens is decent
post #109 of 498
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
Ugh stop arguing about the merits/demerits of H&M.

Yes! Some people can find good things, some people can't; some people baby their clothes and can make them last, others don't. But this thread is about the Lanvin collaboration... I'd love to hear people's thoughts on the past collabs"”or even Lanvin's Acne mix.
post #110 of 498
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Originally Posted by ashenryjames View Post
Exactly. But as a general rule, why are people putting anything in the dryer? I can't think of the last time I used a dryer to dry anything other than white sport socks...

I dry everything in the dryer. It makes things dry and I don't have to have shit laying around my tiny fucking apartment drying, getting in the way of my chocolate production, my music production, and life in general. If it's destroyable in the dryer, I don't need it.*

*things like cashmere and dry-clean only items excluded.
post #111 of 498
hmm.... maybe i've been doing it wrong. i just hang a few damp shirts up in my closet
post #112 of 498
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Originally Posted by ashenryjames View Post
But this thread is about the Lanvin collaboration... I'd love to hear people's thoughts on the past collabs—or even Lanvin's Acne mix.
there are only like 10 or so people on this forum that own lanvin. the lack of responses that have any real substance is proof of this. the rest is pure speculation driven by either lanvin haters or H&M haters. i have no clue about the lanvin x acne stuff. all i could ever find from the collab was jeans and i dont particularly care for lanvin jeans since it's not what they are really good at. a friend of mine had an H&M x Karl Lagerfeld tuxedo shirt with a removable dumb-bell style tie bar in the collar and it looked/felt awesome (especially compared to normal H&M stuff)
post #113 of 498
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
Do you guys wash your clothes with battery acid or something?

is there any other way to wash clothing?
post #114 of 498
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Originally Posted by CharlieAngel View Post
I dry everything in the dryer. It makes things dry and I don't have to have shit laying around my tiny fucking apartment drying, getting in the way of my chocolate production, my music production, and life in general. If it's destroyable in the dryer, I don't need it.*

*things like cashmere and dry-clean only items excluded.

If I dried my jeans I'd never get into them again.
post #115 of 498
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post
Ya ummm the thread is about H&M.

But anyways, many decent quality stores (Banana Republic, Club Monaco etc.) carry Clarks. IF a day comes when H&M starts carrying Clarks you can call 'em low-quality.


loolololollolololoololololl x N

nothing more needs to be said.

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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
I think it's best to stick to jeans and outerwear there.

the buttons on my H&M blazer fell off third day of wear
post #116 of 498
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Originally Posted by snake View Post
haha I can only imagine what was going through your classmate's heads.
How massively heterosexual I am, of course Probably not going to make it to any of the Seattle stores and even so, I'm not waiting in any line to get into an H&M
post #117 of 498
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
the buttons on my H&M blazer fell off third day of wear

Yeah buttons there are quite bad. Usually have a seamstress friend reenforce them for me.
post #118 of 498
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Originally Posted by sq4you View Post
the lack of responses that have any real substance is proof of this. the rest is pure speculation driven by either lanvin haters or H&M haters.
Well, no pictures = speculation. I'm just going by the stella collab & the v&r collab which produced mostly junk.

The acneXlavnin stuff wasn't anything special (mostly basics), the women's had some cool stuff. The pricing was more lanvin than acne, though.
post #119 of 498
i want a double breasted sheer suit and decontructed dress boots. Lanvin loves H&M needs to cooperate with my requests.
post #120 of 498
Would never ever ever buy H&M shoes, price and quality tend to be more closely related in footwear (non-sneaker). Never actually saw the Jimmy Choo x H&M shoes, but I doubt they were very nice in person
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