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post #121 of 128
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
my understanding is that only two places in NYC specialize in that so if you run into him in the east 50's and he smells like Johnson's Baby Powder, you'll know why.


Lastly, this thought. Imagine Woody Allen adopting current age mafoofan.

Johnston baby powder? More like ultra strength bengay cream
post #122 of 128
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I only have two things to add to this god awful threak:

1. According to Farrow, Allen is an absolute fashion whore in that he obsesses with what labels people wear. He allegedly studies what the celebs wear at events and mocks/praises them and their designers. She claims he spends hours at this.

2. A know hollywood madam claims that Tom Hanks is into infantilism, dressing up in diapers and other baby clothing and having whores change his diapers, feed him a bottle etc.

Is your real name Ryan Seacrest or what?

Sf is becoming a posh version of the National Enquirer nowadays...
post #123 of 128
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Originally Posted by George View Post
Good god, he is an incestuous pedophile.

FTFY
post #124 of 128
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
I only have two things to add to this god awful threak:

1. According to Farrow, Allen is an absolute fashion whore in that he obsesses with what labels people wear. He allegedly studies what the celebs wear at events and mocks/praises them and their designers. She claims he spends hours at this.

2. A know hollywood madam claims that Tom Hanks is into infantilism, dressing up in diapers and other baby clothing and having whores change his diapers, feed him a bottle etc.

1) Where'd you hear this? Sounds wrong, but I think Mia's very trustworthy.

2)Say it ain't so!
post #125 of 128
In one sense he is victorious in his clothing as it is undoubtedly his style, therefore he has a look which is now as associated with him as his glasses and surely that is style at its purest.
post #126 of 128
He has been consistent in his style of dress.
This has been critical to his persona as a film director.
But, is it stylish?
post #127 of 128
Fashion is what you adopt when you don't know who you are.
Quentin Crisp
post #128 of 128
What does this thread have to do with Allen Edmonds?
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