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post #121 of 1023
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Originally Posted by nakedundermyclothes View Post

http://www.grungygentleman.com/2011/11/grungy-gentleman-holiday-guide-2011.html#more
what a joke, his comments are almost worse than his blog. this dude is a turd
"During the colder months, keeping your head warm is essential. The quality of this hat's fabric is of the utmost and will have you looking dapper in any situation. Locking down key essentials are the ingredients to a wicked wardrobe."
"GQ Editor-in-Chief, Jim Nelson digs this bag. How do I know? He saw me with it at the airport."
"To be honest, I don't know why one soap would be more beneficial than another. However, I do know that when you use this in the shower, you feel that tiny, mineral type stuff on your hands. I have tried plenty of face scrub's before and this product feels way more 'rich' than any of the others. And I like that."
"These could be the best pair of pants I have ever owned. The high inseam makes a huge difference by elongating the male silhouette. You do not have to sacrifice comfort because the material is a hybrid between a slack and a chino. So it allows you to have flexibility, while being stylish and comfortable. Can't beat that"

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post #122 of 1023
SUP BITCHES

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post #123 of 1023
http://expressionsrealia.com/

"Expressions Realia is an ongoing journey which takes place in Southern California. Created by Unyime Akpanudosen in 2008 as a daily personal journal of sorts, it displayed a collection of miscellaneous pieces of art, culture, and fashion in no specific manner. A shift in vision occurring mid-2010 honed in on a journey through menswear that had just begun. "

I can't deal with this shit anymore.
post #124 of 1023
Wow. Some of these blogs are ridic.
post #125 of 1023
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

http://expressionsrealia.com/
"Expressions Realia is an ongoing journey which takes place in Southern California. Created by Unyime Akpanudosen in 2008 as a daily personal journal of sorts, it displayed a collection of miscellaneous pieces of art, culture, and fashion in no specific manner. A shift in vision occurring mid-2010 honed in on a journey through menswear that had just begun. "
I can't deal with this shit anymore.

"If learning were a hobby, it would undoubtedly have to be a favorite of mine."

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post #126 of 1023
Is anyone else annoyed that these very guys are considered the genesis of menswear advice/discussion online?
post #127 of 1023
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Ugh, this is so offensive
post #128 of 1023
Starts with "The french have always respected intellectuals" and doesn't relent in it's junior high logic of generalization and "ever since the dawn of timism". Truly disgusting.
http://www.mrporter.com/journal/journal_issue45/3
post #129 of 1023
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Originally Posted by Fuuma 
Starts with "The french have always respected intellectuals" and doesn't relent in it's junior high logic of generalization and "ever since the dawn of timism". Truly disgusting.
http://www.mrporter.com/journal/journal_issue45/3

That article made me throw up in my mouth a little. Cocteau wore a suit that fit, so how exactly is that the "height of couture" or "aesthetic"?
post #130 of 1023
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Starts with "The french have always respected intellectuals" and doesn't relent in it's junior high logic of generalization and "ever since the dawn of timism". Truly disgusting.
http://www.mrporter.com/journal/journal_issue45/3

The obvious tells of a writer who needs to fill space and doesn't know what to say.
post #131 of 1023
The fact that Mr Cocteau was one of the great French intellectuals of the 20th century didn't stop him taking an active interest in his appearance, or fashion


brilliant
post #132 of 1023
GET THE LOOK

from Mr. Bathing Ape
post #133 of 1023
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post

GET THE LOOK
from Mr. Bathing Ape

I threw up in my mouth a little.
post #134 of 1023
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

The fact that Mr Cocteau was one of the great French intellectuals of the 20th century didn't stop him taking an active interest in his appearance, or fashion

brilliant

"Un cocktail, des Cocteau."
post #135 of 1023
...he was by no means a conventionally handsome man but, because this was France, his aura was the result of respect for his brain


All well and good but Mr Cocteau has nothing on the sartorial and intellectual powerhouse that is


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