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Acne action / rag&bone

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any comments on denim from acne action or rag & bone (i'll assume LA guy will hopefully have an opinion)
post #2 of 6
I clicked this post thinking it was going to be about some acne medication. Who the hell thought of the name acne action for jeans? Sounds like these jeans might be designed for overly hormonal teenagers.
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Yes, Mr. Norman3, one would find it odd to find "acne" and "action" together particularly because the latter is precluded by the former.
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Yes, Mr. Norman3, one would find it odd to find "acne" and "action" together particularly because the latter is precluded by the former.
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I really like the Rag and Bone jeans. Great "anti" fit cuts - nearly straight through the waist and hips (so that they sort of hang off your hips without being lowriders) and true straight leg cuts. The dark, clear, indigo washes are terrific too - very refreshing. Of course, ridiculously priced. BTW, did you know that Rogan is going to have a diffusion line? And because of this, all of the Rogan at Louis are now 50% off. I like them, but they are not really that durable (purposefully so.) But if anyone wants a pair, I'm willing to see what's left (sale ends this week.) Prices are still high (from about $100 to $130 at half price). Just PM me.
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thanks LA Guy as for acne action, it's a line out of sweden, it likely sounds cool for the swedish people, i don't know, but i understand that it's an ultra thin silhouette similar to dior homme, but i've not yet found a pair hence my query the people behind acne action are an advertising firm as i understand it
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