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post #4876 of 13803
@jet 20% off hypebeast of you go through the app iirc. I've never ordered from them but I haven't heard anything bad.
post #4877 of 13803
if any cool chicago people want to grab a drink holla at me.
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Thanks, will check it out. I get excited over kitchens sometimes. Used to build them, now photograph them. My wife designs them.

HAY is cool. Really liked their store in Copenhagen. 

Interior design is weird. I think the ugliest rooms are often the ones that you can tell an interior designer designed them. I've shot the same beautiful rooms over and over again it seems. Instagram-fodder type stuff. Gets so boring. Eames, Noguchi, sheepskins, subway tile, live edge, terrariums stacked on coffee table books, etc. The interior design equivalent of getting gangbanged by the Mr Porter newsletter.

I much prefer spaces that look like they were "designed" piece by piece, over time. Designer stuff, sure, but mixed with vintage and cheap Ikea shit. Mostly I just don't like interior design. My wife is on a minimalist kick and I am starting to swing the other way, which is annoying. Douglas Coupland's house is nice.

Is there a US retailer for HAY ? I havent had a ton of luck finding it. I went to their flagship in CPH, really good shop.
Is there a US equivalent of affordable contemporary design that im missing?
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Wore my zip Margiela shirt around the family this past weekend....best reception to any piece of clothing I own. Had to go around the "how much" and "where can I buy it" questions about five times. Won't make that mistake twice.
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Wore my zip Margiela shirt around the family this past weekend....best reception to any piece of clothing I own. Had to go around the "how much" and "where can I buy it" questions about five times. Won't make that mistake twice.

Regisfamily = basic bitches?

post #4881 of 13803
@jet late entry but you could try Archival's sweatshirts; i've had one for a bunch of years now and I like it.
post #4882 of 13803
Well yeah man family motto is fuck it it's too hot so a shirt with a cool looking zipper closure is top shelf
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Is there a US retailer for HAY ? I havent had a ton of luck finding it. I went to their flagship in CPH, really good shop.
Is there a US equivalent of affordable contemporary design that im missing?

 

Not sure about US, but Vancouver Special in Vancouver has it. Looks like they ship.

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Someone rec me a sweatshirt. Don't want any heritage details, huge ribbing, short tight fit or sausage casing arms. Also don't want any poly just straight up cotton slouchy non-walmart fit. Was looking at uniqlo but highly suspicious of their product now that they've fucked the thing I bought most from them. I think I just need a proper loop wheeler.

There was a link to some cheap Niche sweatshirts in either the sales or ebay etc. thread that look good.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/176245/the-official-ebay-b-s-eshop-someone-should-kop-thread/13065#post_8178277
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Think I found what I'm looking for, any reason why I shouldn't from hypebeast? They didn't do nobody wrong here did they?


standard shipping was unbelievably fast last time I ordered, less than 2 days

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There was a link to some cheap Niche sweatshirts in either the sales or ebay etc. thread that look good.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/176245/the-official-ebay-b-s-eshop-someone-should-kop-thread/13065#post_8178277


they might be too short though unless sized up -- at 5'10", true 36, a small's length was just long enough for regular casual wear

post #4888 of 13803
Imagine Jet trolls us all and kops a Yeezy sweater.
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I don't even know what a yeezy sweater is fuck that guy.

I'm going full construction retard so I might cop some carhartts and red wings since it's my current gig by day. Wonder if the wip stuff is worth the premium over their standard workwear bullshit.
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A Yeezy Adidas sweater is 100% wool, costs $2860 CAD, made in Belgium for what that's worth, and looks like this:



Basically he is out-SLPing Hedi right now.

The taupe knit is a separate item. If it was part of the sweater and if it backed all the holes in the black knit, I would actually have thought it was cool, but the price would still be totally ludicrous then, and the real item as it is has none of that construction complexity.

Balenciaga/Loro Piana 100% cashmere sweaters cost half as much, and Dior -- even Morphine Generation -- has done more interesting distressing of knits.
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