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post #16 of 22
Yeah, the only Nudies I've actually seen in LA have been a guy at Barneys and a few European tourists. And I work in a big agency. Most guys wear Diesel or Sevens.
post #17 of 22
Nudies are almost everywhere in Sydney now...I see at least a pair every weekend. When I read that article it, it had a link to my fav aftershave; Burberry Brit for Him, god I hope that doesn't become the next issy :/ --Wade
post #18 of 22
Just a question:
If it is a good product why does it matter if it becomes popular amongst the mass market?

I for one could care less; if I like a product I don't care if every other tom dick and harry are buying it as well. If you decide you won't wear a product when it becomes mass marketed/accepted you likely are doing the same thing as the mass market you are just as much a fashion victim IMO.

Quality and what you perceive it to be should be timeless; so at the end of the day it should not matter.
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by Wade M
Nudies are almost everywhere in Sydney now...I see at least a pair every weekend.

When I read that article it, it had a link to my fav aftershave; Burberry Brit for Him, god I hope that doesn't become the next issy :/

--Wade

Once something becomes available at general pants in parramatta .. it's only a matter of time
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by Michael1981
I for one could care less; if I like a product I don't care if every other tom dick and harry are buying it as well. If you decide you won't wear a product when it becomes mass marketed/accepted you likely are doing the same thing as the mass market you are just as much a fashion victim IMO.

Preach it!
post #21 of 22
If anything I can accept a much easier comparison with Nudie to Diesel than I can to Seven's and have actually been saying it for at least the last year. They both have the same target demographic and both have the same appeal to a mass market. The 18-35, messy haired, work-an-office-job-want-to-look-like-a-cowboy crowd (can also be substitued with the I'm-going-to-move-to-the-big-city-and-work-in-the-music-industry scene). Seven's, IMO, are a much more conservative brand for men (I don't care what anyone says, I still think they make a woman's posterior look fantastic and would hate to see them disappear if only for that fact). I think it's a long time coming before you see slim Nudies matched with a stripped button up and square-toed shoes.

If Diesel made anything that fit as well as Nudie Slim Jims in dry Japanese denim for $140, I would wear Diesel. Fit and quality should be everyone's concern before the label name.

Also, and this is clearly a ridiculous argument, but can anyone actually see something called "Nudie" catching on with the American male population...seriously?
post #22 of 22
i'll believe it once I see Usher wear it :-)
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