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Juun J?

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Richmanpoorman

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Burgundy MA-1s are always nice anyway, fur or not.
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Those are like furry starter jackets. i guess redskins and packers-themed. Burgundy color is real nice.
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The rear hem is a bit on the fancy side ... looks like it ought to fold out into an aircraft tail.

uhhh it probably does
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ma1 is awesome but looks terrible reversed
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winter winds call for ponchos , capes , cloaks and the likes *

CDG AW1995 (i think?)
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YYPH AW2012 (non-runway)
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but there were many others shown on the runway

SS AW2012
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YYPH AW2013 Robe , several kg worth of fabric tied together with a belt. and the only one i'd wear
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Kinda weird; made from stillborn lamb leather. Sounds like some death metal shit
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"Stillborn lamb" just sounds like sruli recht talk (i.e. intentionally provocative) for "astrakhan" (karakul)

It's not the most pleasant business, and I don't much like the way it looks.
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Wish I got some good pictures of this Balenciaga before I packed it back up, because the listing pictures were awful.  Sadly returning it because it has most definitely been worn extensively, even though it was sold as "worn once for just a few minutes, but should be considered new."

 

Something to keep in mind if it pops up on eBay again after I return it.  The thing is a monster.

 

It's from FW 2008, same collection as the egg bomber and jacket.

 

Here are the listing ones anyway, they can sort of give you an idea of what's going on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stone Island

 

Are there urban paramilitary groups looking for fashionable operational gear? :p

 

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Dunno what the first one is but pretty damn ugly, second one I'm really sick and tired of seeing any type of faux native american designs.

 

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Wouldn't recommend either one, the stars on the first are especially cheeky.

 

 

Don't like the pleated skirt styling but the heavy draping knit's real baller. I'm still waiting for the deep purple Pringle cardi from yoox, although it's regular size.

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I wish LN-CC had that purple robe instead of the collarless black one
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ma1 is awesome but looks terrible reversed

ive never ever liked reversible anything. i can't explain why.
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YYPH AW2013 Robe , several kg worth of fabric tied together with a belt. and the only one i'd wear
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I wish LN-CC had that purple robe instead of the collarless black one

 

 

FYI for anybody interested in this, Barneys has at least one of these for 40% off right now (so about $2k IIRC).  It's a monster.

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That was fast, who here bought it?

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