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Yeah Hedi was involved in the original Dior Homme fragrance that was released in 2005 (I think it was 2005 anyway). It's a nice fragrance and one that I use often. I think as therattler mentioned, he was also involved in at least another one, but the first one is the one that's most worth having. 

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@Isolar both if you have the chance please. The picture @SaintLaurent posted is helpful.

I'm just curious how you guys tuck in your shirts cuz I always feel like my shirts bag out a lot when I tuck them in, though my shirts aren't oversized. Maybe it's something that just takes some getting used to.
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@Isolar both if you have the chance please. The picture @SaintLaurent posted is helpful.

I'm just curious how you guys tuck in your shirts cuz I always feel like my shirts bag out a lot when I tuck them in, though my shirts aren't oversized. Maybe it's something that just takes some getting used to.

 

 

I think it all depends on your build (hips, shoulders, etc). 

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I used to hate bagged out shirts too until Hedi said it was okay

 

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Anybody have the Suede L17 w/ fringes?  Been looking to see it in a fit for ages.  This one for reference-

http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/ready-to-wear-leather-jacket-fringed-motorcycle-jacket-in-brown-suede_cod34605815mq.html#section=men_fall_winter

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What was the fragrance they used to pump out in the Dior Homme stores?  10 years later and I can still remember it

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Would a size 75 belt fit a 27/28 waist?

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Got these off eBay.They look authentic but the tags reads UP53 2012 instead of 2015 or 2016.I posted in the "fake or real" thread but I think I should've posted here.

 

 

 

 

 

 


sorry dude...these are fake, try to get ur money back

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Here are some pics of the western belt, as well as a look I posted a while back:











Like I said, I think it's a fantastic belt, and I think the smooth calf is definitely the way to go. It's the perfect balance between something modern and something more vintage-inspired. Plus I've never been a fan of faux, animal-imprinted calf, like the croc-embossed version.


As for colognes, I mostly go for something by Creed or Czech & Speake. I think it's an interesting question that I'm not sure has ever come up here, but at the same time, scent is so unique to a person that I don't think it can—or should—be standardized. It's nice to have some individuality, even when dressed head-to-toe in Saint Laurent wares. You want to stand out in same way when you're one of three guys wearing the same varsity jacket or something, right?
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hedi tapped francois kurkdjian to design the dior homme fragrances iirc, not "dior homme" but eau noir, bois argent, and one more i can't remember. eau noir was pretty amazing, very intense though.

that was long before kurkdjian launched his own line, i think now it's easily the closest thing to what was intended for the dior homme fragrances. modern but in a neoclassical way, not a futurist way a la cdg. totally pared back like an L01.

the suede jacket isn't an L17, it fits a bit smaller.
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As far as wearing a black belt with blue jeans and cigar boots, I don't really see the problem, especially if the top-half is black. A brown belt wouldn't match the boots anyway, and I don't think a tan belt would look very good. I generally disregard the rule unless I'm wearing dark brown shoes, which is very rare.
 

 

 

I remember seeing some picture of a guy wearing 3 passant belt, blue trashed and cigar boots with a white tee and L01...that's a while ago when on google and I couldn't find it anymore lol

It didn't look bad at all. I might pull the trigger on 3 passant and western belt soon.....I blame you for tempting me with the pictures haha

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Go for it @onlyslp. I have both and I wear them everyday. I have the gunmetal 3 passant belt and now I am wondering if I should also cop the shiny silver tone one🤔
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The western belt for women is the same as the one for men right?

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womens belts are generally a little bit thinner.

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The western belt for women is the same as the one for men right?
It's the same I have the women's version
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