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post #16 of 85
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(by the way: these aren't excerpts from season two, these are in addition to season two. we were able to carve enough time out of our shooting schedule in NYC to shoot these extra segments.)

That's how they popped out Beneath the Planet of the Apes so quickly.
post #17 of 85
yes, will you say hello to them? i miss them already. btw, really looking forward to season 2. all the videos above were great
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That's how they popped out Beneath the Planet of the Apes so quickly.

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post #19 of 85
That was awesome.happy.gif
post #20 of 85
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For those of you in San Francisco, I hear we're featured in today's Sunday Chronicle.
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The season one DVD is now available. Just $16. Lots of extras. $30 for three if you promise to give two of them to guys who need them wink.gif.
post #22 of 85
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Season 2, Episode 1: The Melting Pot

Put This On, a web series about dressing like a grownup, visits New York City, a place where style is defined and redefined through interpretation and reinterpretation.

Meet the 'Lo Heads. With roots in 1980s street gangs, these Polo Ralph Lauren enthusiasts have made "aspirational apparel" a lifestyle. They once had to boost their Polo from stores and fight to keep it on the streets. Today, their culture is worldwide, promulgated by hip-hop. Their hero is Ralph Lauren - a working class New Yorker who understood that the fantastical power of style can be transformative. Dallas Penn from The Internets Celebrities, a dedicated Lo Head (and former member of the Decepts crew) with a collection of over 1000 pieces of Polo apparel takes us on a tour of this remarkable fashion subculture.

Visit Worth & Worth hat shop, a New York institution with roots going back to 1922. In recent memory, Orlando Palacios has made the shop a home for rockers as well as traditionalists, turning hundred-year-old machines to the task of reinterpreting hundred-year-old styles.

Meet Jason Marshall, a jazz saxaphonist with a classic style. He plays with bands ranging from traditional bop to hip-hop fusion to Aretha Franklin, but he prefers to wear tailored clothes when he does it, and explains why.

And in our Q & Answer segment, find out how to pack your suit for travel. We'll show you a fold to keep it neat inside a rolling carry-on or suitcase, and we'll show you how to keep your trousers on the hanger inside a garment bag.
post #23 of 85
And I thought Jesse Thorn looked like a sartorial vampire before he poured cultured milk on his head.
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And I thought Jesse Thorn looked like a sartorial vampire before he poured cultured milk on his head.

I think after the kefir I look like some kind of crazy reverse Al Jolson.
post #25 of 85
Great stuff as always, Jesse.
post #26 of 85
Thanks Jesse! Great stuff as always.
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The Lo Heads



Q & Answer: How to Pack & Fold a Suit for Travel



PTO Place: Worth & Worth




PTO Man: Jason Marshall
post #29 of 85
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the first 30secs reminded me of this:

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Season 2, Episode 1: The Melting Pot
Put This On, a web series about dressing like a grownup, visits New York City, a place where style is defined and redefined through interpretation and reinterpretation.
Meet the 'Lo Heads. With roots in 1980s street gangs, these Polo Ralph Lauren enthusiasts have made "aspirational apparel" a lifestyle. They once had to boost their Polo from stores and fight to keep it on the streets. Today, their culture is worldwide, promulgated by hip-hop. Their hero is Ralph Lauren - a working class New Yorker who understood that the fantastical power of style can be transformative. Dallas Penn from The Internets Celebrities, a dedicated Lo Head (and former member of the Decepts crew) with a collection of over 1000 pieces of Polo apparel takes us on a tour of this remarkable fashion subculture.
Visit Worth & Worth hat shop, a New York institution with roots going back to 1922. In recent memory, Orlando Palacios has made the shop a home for rockers as well as traditionalists, turning hundred-year-old machines to the task of reinterpreting hundred-year-old styles.
Meet Jason Marshall, a jazz saxaphonist with a classic style. He plays with bands ranging from traditional bop to hip-hop fusion to Aretha Franklin, but he prefers to wear tailored clothes when he does it, and explains why.
And in our Q & Answer segment, find out how to pack your suit for travel. We'll show you a fold to keep it neat inside a rolling carry-on or suitcase, and we'll show you how to keep your trousers on the hanger inside a garment bag.

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