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post #16 of 21
didn't some denim company do this with waiters in new york?
post #17 of 21
In the same thread on the other SF. Somebody mentioned that Ernest Sewn (IIRC) did somnething similar with waiters; they did not resell the exact pairs but replicated the fades.
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Chip
Seeing as how this denim project from Blue Blood is kinda gross... Lets say we start our own denim project. Similar to what the other SF is doing. "Denim Fade Competition" Get a bunch of people interested in buying the same dry denim, (I know some of us already own the same pairs) wear em for a certain period of time, then show and tell. I may get some flack for biting the other SF but I dont care I thought it was a fun idea and its only cause I missed the damn order deadline from being out of town!


http://superfuture.com/city/supertal...ad.php?t=15192

I say to anyone intested in this, just join the superfuture contest
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by HEWSINATOR
In the same thread on the other SF. Somebody mentioned that Ernest Sewn (IIRC) did somnething similar with waiters; they did not resell the exact pairs but replicated the fades.

yeah the let servers wear jeans for six months and then copied the fade but selling the actual jeans would be only slightly better.

i think these are both trying to cash in on the authentic fade trend that those of us on both sf's have been championing for a while now. its like the middle ground for those who are ready for something besides heavily prefaded jeans and are not really willing to break them in themselves.

losers.
post #20 of 21
i think that is a better idea than wearing those shitting machine fades. at least the fades (despite the price) is authentic and looks real. nothing worse than seeing someone wear jeans that are "super whiskered" that are obviously in areas that make no sense.
post #21 of 21
Why would any cotton picker want to be out in a field in a hot ass summer in Italy bending over all day in ball sqeezing tight heavyweight denim. And on top of that, wearing the same pair unwashed for 6 months. Nevermind the cost of the jeans, someone is going to have to make it worthwile for the cottonpicker.

Can someone puhlease link info on the Thai thing?

K
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