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Hi, I thought you were not coming back?
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

probably no use to you but the our legacy sample sale runs sat and sun, just up the road off brick lane. prices are good (coats 120, trous 50) and tons of stock
apart from that, i dont know about deals, but def check out hostem which again is close by on redchurch street

OH sick, ill def hit up the our legacy sale .
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OH sick, ill def hit up the our legacy sale .

just to be clear (was on my phone earlier), sale is/was today and tomorrow.
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 1/16/16 at 10:41am
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Looks like a gq readers wet dream come true. Everyone looked uncomfortable as fuck in their clothes.

And how come city of gentleman guy wasn't invited?! Not stylecon without him.

Maybe we should play a game "Which is these guys is @jet?"

 

I dunno.  Trunk shows are fun, a bit raucous.  Things like Pitti are like Vegas.  Fun for about 48 hours, and then you are pretty spent.  This "convention" looks like a support group.  I've never seen a non-depressing support group.  It doesn't help that they are in sterile, corporate space that is completely devoid of personality.  And the choice of music and testimonials, especially the opener, were really poor if you want to market your event as something where much fun is to be had.

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what is like the brand with the best fabric/construction?? brunello cucinelli? dior? rick owens??
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i couldn't make it through that video it was so lame
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It's fun to watch that video with the sound off. You can see in each and every guy's eyes that he is either a total douchebag or that he knows it's all bullshit.
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So good, particularly those herringbone pants in the first pic you embedded. Have actually liked the idea of guys using belts like he does here before this so it's fun to see more examples of it.

I'll also take the fact that this guys hair is basically identical to mine as an endorsement from Lucio himself smile.gif
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how isn't this fun?

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New suede 5 zip is so nice. ffffuuuu.gif
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Originally Posted by ppllzz View Post

what is like the brand with the best fabric/construction?? brunello cucinelli? dior? rick owens??

rick owens has absolutely garbage construction, their factories aren't great. dior is pretty nice in terms of well-known, mass-produced clothing, they seem to have nice production facilities
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Most truly quality brands are boring as fuck to wear
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rick owens has absolutely garbage construction, their factories aren't great. dior is pretty nice in terms of well-known, mass-produced clothing, they seem to have nice production facilities

is thsi still true about rick? i remember reading this a few years ago, but i recently started buying his stuff and its all really really nice.. even the drkshdw line.
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Ive never had any problems with Rick, but I have admittedly small experience. Most designer brands haven't been that bad, at least compared to old H&M stuff I used to have.

I don't like the way my Siki Im tee shrunk after 1 cold wash. I gave it to Good Will.
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