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this looks so f'ing awesome. deserves an 8.5 (maybe 9)/10 on Rye Scale
Your right 8-8.5/10, the trench is excellent and the color palette definitely flatters your body type........I just frick'n have a personal hate for DM's, so 8/10

I'm quite jealous of all your Century 21 pick ups, that place was always a favorite of mine for HL & JS when I lived in NY. I found a dark gray Carpe Diem leather shirt for $450 when I was there in January, didn't pick it up and have regretted it since.
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Originally Posted by naaaaate View Post
He's like how Yohji would dress if Yohji was forced to assemble a wardrobe at Nieman Marcus. The logical part of me tells me he just has money he doesn't know what to do with but the imaginitive part of me pictures him as a true fuckin' baller who buys expensive overpriced shit around specifically the wrong size on purpose like he's trolling the entire fashion world just because he can and that's the explaination I choose to believe.
I toyed with that theory for a while, but I decided to believe that he was the recently-ruined scion of some old industrial-age family. When he was fat and living the high life, he had a huge wardrobe, and a collection of exotic pets whose hides he used to make his boots and belts once they began to bore him. But now he's been cut off, the money's dried up, he's eating ramen two meals a day, and physical labor has made him a leaner, meaner shadow of his former self. He posts pictures of himself in his now-oversized luxury clothing every day in a vain bid to recapture some of his former swagger, but even he's aware of the sad irony involved in the attempt. Unfortunately, it's a compulsion he can't control.
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^haha. c21 ain't what it used to be, unless you have a fetish for versace. they have the occasional Rick Owens piece or LUC if you're lucky or maybe a few MMM things, but for the most part, they are catering a lot more to urban labels and bro-wear. i haven't bought anything but a bathing suit there in well over a year.
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Still no Count Kunkula?
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Hair looks good, Robbie. Also you get my vote for cutest SF couple.

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Sharp, holmes.
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What's that jacket, Who?
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Kunk, thank you for posting. You bring a breath of fresh air into a normally stale thread. I love that filippa k coat as well.
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I like to imagine that kitonbrioni has embraced the ultimate concept of antifit, and is so ridiculously next level that it's impossible for people to understand his unique vision.
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thanks braid, and i return the compliment. my s/s clothes are shit, but i love fall/winter cause i have a lot of coats, sweaters, etc. probably the only thing that prevents me from moving to a warmer place.


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Kunk, thank you for posting. You bring a breath of fresh air into a normally stale thread. I love that filippa k coat as well.
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Originally Posted by Brian SD View Post
Dude, you should be going out and taking tons and tons of pictures before you start investing in new glass.

But that's like saying, "you should walk 1000 miles in your cp's before investing in a new pair"

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That's EF 24-70 L is one of the best Canon lenses. Consistently good all around lens. Warning: They are heavy. It's the lens I use the most.

Very nice... yea, I figured it would be the perfect all round lens. Only thing lacking is the IS but with the 2.8 fixed aperture, I figure it would be fast enough in most light conditions anyway.
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I like to imagine that kitonbrioni has embraced the ultimate concept of antifit, and is so ridiculously next level that it's impossible for people to understand his unique vision.

Maybe he just bought the majority of his clothes during his 80's heyday and then became mournful of his hedonistic purchases. As a sort of self persecution he's continuing to wear everything well into old age.
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
Maybe he just bought the majority of his clothes during his 80's heyday and then became mournful of his hedonistic purchases. As a sort of self persecution he's continuing to wear everything well into old age.

I dunno, I've definitely seen some new Ralph Lauren/Jil Sander that's at least 3 sizes too big.
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Seidensticker shirt
Esprit T-shirt
Levi's 501
Loake Burford
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Levi's henley
Carhartt belt
LVC 1947 501s
PF Flyers
BORING
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Originally Posted by Ga-vroche View Post


Bill Tornade leather
zara shirt
h&m sweat
Muji pants
GAT shoes


I like this alot..
Good look
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