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I feel like you all should know that Everlane sells hidden placket shirts now. In the men's section.
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The Kolor x Adidas stuff is kind of dope too.

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http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/barthess-silken-legacy

Roland Barthes scarf at Hermès. They also have a house philosopher named Adrien Barrot (LOL).
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http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/barthess-silken-legacy

Roland Barthes scarf at Hermès. They also have a house philosopher named Adrien Barrot (LOL).

 

 

Call me when they make a leather Zizek gimp mask

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Gyakusou is still the one of the few collections that caters to interesting clothing for runners, its a completely unique brand imo, there are countless other tech/athletic projects but few of them are built for running long distances, but I think we'll be seeing more in the future. Isaora x Siki Im is the only other thing I can think of thats made specifically for runners and looks cool, CONS renovator looked like it would work for running and was mildly of interest. 
 
Kareem Campbells segment were always the absolute steeziest of any skate video.

Steevie williams > kareem cambell

October 21, 2015
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http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/barthess-silken-legacy

Roland Barthes scarf at Hermès. They also have a house philosopher named Adrien Barrot (LOL).

Made me crave some sort of CG Jung related accessory.
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Placed my first order with Zenmarket last week for for items - just had notification of a re-credit for one of the four items as one seller won't deal with proxys - is this a common occurance?

Maybe it's for a brand with regional distribution rules? Seems weird since the proxy is just a domestic buyer, but maybe the store didn't want to risk losing a label over this kind of gray zone.
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http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/barthess-silken-legacy

Roland Barthes scarf at Hermès. They also have a house philosopher named Adrien Barrot (LOL).

All labels should have a house philosopher.
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Maybe it's for a brand with regional distribution rules? Seems weird since the proxy is just a domestic buyer, but maybe the store didn't want to risk losing a label over this kind of gray zone.

Kapital, and a used piece - I'll just put it down to an odd seller.
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@shoreman1782@the shah@Bam!ChairDance

DC meet up? Just not near the Hill, because despite working nearby, that area is awful.

If Monday 11/2 is an option, I'll be there (near GW campus but anxious to get away from anywhere near GW campus).
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I'm impressed and sad at the same time, that no one has made another inbox joke in the toj thread.
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Made me crave some sort of CG Jung related accessory.

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What's the deal with zipped ski masks at Seoul fashion week? Pretty sure I'd be arrested if I wore one.

 

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Look who just got the very first pair of real Air Mags.

 
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Speaking of that shirt, it's corduroy and it fucking sucks and sticks to everything. I can barely put on a jacket while wearing that shirt


Does anyone still wear Thom Browne?

I remember when I was really into Thom Browne. Fucking Scott M, think I bought into his godamn kool-aid

Wrapping this all into one I only have 1 Thom Browne piece AND its Cordoroy but its 4 years old now and I still love it. Hasn't changed its shape in like 100 washes. It is hard to slide into some jacket sleeves though.

Super old photo with 4est

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