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Is this the Etro I'm looking for?

 

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Two incredibly rare finds!



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Best of both worlds.

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BMW's here are only $7.99!

post #305 of 329
This might be the worst TNF fake I've yet come across.

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Fake Canali spotted in the wild. 

 

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Just discovered this thread...

D&G x HoboStd.ttf

post #308 of 329

Forget who posted this in the thrift thread, but man...worst Hermes fake label I've ever seen.

 

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Originally Posted by dukedishin View Post

Forget who posted this in the thrift thread, but man...worst Hermes fake label I've ever seen.



It looks like an oversized skunk pooping out a wagon wheel, while a storm cloud and hoity-toity rabbit look on, expressing their disapproval.
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Tundra is a company in Winnipeg Canada, formerly known ast Standard Knitting in the 1980's and 90's.  They produced many Coogi type multi textured sweaters. Coogi was copied by Tundra, and subsequently sued by Coogi for copyright infringement.  Coogi lost on all stitches, stripes and textures, and prevailed for only the infringement of the jacquard.  Stripes are structures in knitting, not jacquard, meaning not a graphic design.  I believe after millions of dollars spent on legal fees, Coogi won $30K for the graphic jacaured parts that were infringed.  Coogi apparently also tried to sue the companies that made the knitting machines that made the crazy mutli-textured knits possible.  I think that was dismissed - chicken and egg thing.  Which came first - the capability or the product.  There is actually a third company - aslo from Winnipeg- Prosperity knitting mills that made orignial designes - not as flashy as Tundra and Coogi - but extrmely colorful and top quality - much easier to wear - less of a trend at the time.  (We worked with both Tundra and Prosperity on design & programming these machines and we used to work for the machine builder.)

post #312 of 329

AppleMark

just incase you weren't sure, they embroidered "fashion" in sparkly thread all over the ass.

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AppleMark

 

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I love this thread.
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Can't tell if this (made in Indonesia) N.Y. Rangers jersey was done as a joke, or if they're just that dumb...

post #315 of 329
Probably a beer league hockey team jersey. They love the puns. The math department at my college had an intramural team called the "Eulers."
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