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Pitti Uomo: Day 3, pt. 2



 

 

Stephanie's forearm looks huge and rather manly in this pic

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@Synthese i am excited to read your PN/P write up when it comes out. Also your write ups are making me miss Florence, i loved it there.
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Pitti Uomo: Day 3, pt. 2
Mangiamo a Tutto Bene !

Nice to see @benesyed got his restaurant business under way, the medical profession be damned
Edited by the shah - 1/11/14 at 12:54pm
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^ i´m dying here, shah :rotflmao:

 

Synth, I wish #pitti lasted weeks so these writings would never ceas, though I´m pretty sure you´d grow tired of it. 

Awesome stuff, I thoroughly enjoyed this last one!!

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These just get better and better. I also want to go to Florence again now..

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fuck so much comedy gold, lost it when i read "Wooster is here, mustache reaching for the heavens"
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@Synthese i am excited to read your PN/P write up when it comes out. Also your write ups are making me miss Florence, i loved it there.

Hate to disappoint you, but it'll be mostly me writing about PN/P (although I'm sure @Synthese will explain everything I got stupid in the thread that follows). The idea of the swap was that I would write about my impressions of the SW&D stores while Synth would write up what he thought of the CM spots. I hope to come up with something entertaining though. We (by which I mean Synth) got some great pics at PN/P though. Great store, great owner. I wish we had time to go to the women's store too.
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Everyone is making penis jokes. We have fallen so far. The magnum seems to still be very full.

If Greg had joined in we definitely could have emptied that magnum.
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Hate to disappoint you, but it'll be mostly me writing about PN/P (although I'm sure @Synthese will explain everything I got stupid in the thread that follows). The idea of the swap was that I would write about my impressions of the SW&D stores while Synth would write up what he thought of the CM spots. I hope to come up with something entertaining though. We (by which I mean Synth) got some great pics at PN/P though. Great store, great owner. I wish we had time to go to the women's store too.

Looking forward to your impressions. It might also be interesting for the CM crowd to read Teger's interview with Karo Steel of the now closed Atelier. Some insightful comments regarding traditional tailoring/design/construction.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/360637/a-conversation-with-atelier-s-karlo-steel-part-i-fashion-art-and-design
http://www.styleforum.net/t/361313/a-conversation-with-atelier-s-karlo-steel-part-ii-the-state-of-the-industry-and-looking-forward
Edited by cyc wid it - 1/11/14 at 5:12pm
post #190 of 284

Thanks for these links, I will read through this interview before doing my SWD writeups.
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What do Yuki Matsuda and I have in common?




We both rode the Buttero horsey...
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If Greg had joined in we definitely could have emptied that magnum.

You guys are a cheap date. Stephanie/Huddler got off easy.
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Thanks for these links, I will read through this interview before doing my SWD writeups.

Interestingly enough, one of the things that Marco was very curious about was Atelier's closing. He told us he has the exact same model (phone/email orders, very much based on communication - which must be hard in Italian) and wanted to understand why they had gone under. Sadly, this is not my area of expertise. Although, I'm not sure what my area of expertise is. Based on the fact that it's 2:30 AM and I'm leaving for the airport in three hours, I would say "bars."
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synthese griefing someone from huddler is a dream come true

I know nothing about Huddler, but I would have to say that Stephanie is 1) pretty awesome 2) very intelligent 3) seems to be quite good at her job, and 4) really likes Nine Inch Nails. I can't think of anything to complain about.
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Damn Synth, I wish your Pitti reporting could go on forever, though I'm sure that would reduce you to a wizened husk begging for sweet release from the endless garish pocketsquares and immaculate moustaches.

 

Seriously though you write some awesome stuff, be it about bearded men in ponchos, drunken swedes, or simply just brands that need to get more love on this forum of ours. Looking forward to the interviews and more in-depth stuff. Would love to see you covering various fashun weeks or runway shows, preferably drunk and/or on mescaline.

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