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I'm wondering how GDL found that site and what he was searching for.

 

Dude.  I'm an Industry Insider at styleinshade 

post #6812 of 17102
Well you were a banker so it makes sense.

When is the dress like Bernie guide dropping?
post #6813 of 17102
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I have no idea, but, sure?

Dunno, but it's provocative?

FARMERS IN PARIS
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

fuck son that's the one day I got shit to do, how about thursday?

free from 3-8
post #6815 of 17102
Still saddened by Bowie.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TpH_cpV2oYk
Edited by cocostella - 1/21/16 at 9:09am
post #6816 of 17102
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

what the ... :puzzled:

 

http://styleinshade.com/

 

Oh man! I totally saw this a week or so ago, but forgot to post about it. Tried to google what ami jeans @nicelynice has and this site popped up. Got distracted and it completely slipped my mind. So strange. 

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Plagiarism is the highest form of flattery.
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Thread Starter 

Jasper will do daily summaries  of Paris, and much more eloquently, but here is my brain dump from yesterday:

 

Lots of great stuff from de bonne Facture.   Tons of pictures, and we're excited to maybe do a small preorder and a collaboration with them.  Prices are really great for what you get.  In a related note, if anyone wants to shell out 2300 Euros (well under retail, btw) for an awesome shearling, pretty sure that it would make Deborah (the designer's day).  She has some great pieces.  Would be cool to get them actually made, and we might be able to help (this is always an issue for small designers - much a collection just never goes into production.)  The price/value ratio is pretty excellent.  Our picks are a balmacan coat and a coaches jacket in a 3d woven wool from an excellent Italian mill.  

 

Lunch at Clown Bar was excellent - amazing carpacio served with burrat a and a tremendous cod with mussells and artichoke.  I'm annoyed that @Synthese got more likes than me on Instagram.  

 

French Trotters is pretty cool, low key.  I liked it quite a lot.  Tom Greyhound has excellent selections (Norwegian Rain for women!) and has a really well done, geometrical layout and installation that I also found a bit disorienting.  It may also have been the jetlag.

 

I'm allergic to Colette.  And if I never see another dude in a big coat, super slim jeans, and runners, again in my life, it will not be too soon.  That, and Asian women in Cocoon parkas, pixie cuts, and leggings with Stan Smiths.  Call me jaded.

 

Even in Paris, creme of marron is old fashioned and no one orders it.  Well, I do, and yes, open that can of chestnut paste for my crepe, thanks.

 

The Seine looks pretty amazing at night.

 

In the tourist part of the Latin Quarter, there are tons of kebab places.  They all looked delicious.  But, I'm a peasant, so ymmv.

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Loafers with no show socks and chinos. Too casual for an office?

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I've had some amazing falafel in the Latin Quarter. But I'm also a peasant.

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I can understand why some people may find wearing second hand shoes an issue, there will always be that element of doubt in your mind as to who they once belonged to. However, it's common now to find vintage inspired clothing that is made new, just designed with retro themes in mind. Does anyone know of any god suppliers or stores that stock vintage or retro clothing? I'm looking for vintage inspired prom dresses for my niece, so far we have found this : http://www.rockmyvintage.co.uk/dresses/prom-dresses.htm

 

she loves this style : https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/d5/03/7f/d5037f12ff35b3812b69e62e02801faa.jpg

post #6822 of 17102
The our legacy jeans I bought at the sample sale had all the button fly's pop out, rivet and all. It was a pop up shop and I've emailed our legacy and they never responded. Can tailors re revit the button?
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They'll have to replace the button

post #6824 of 17102
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Yep. Most Hondas from that era are really easy to get into. I spent a lot of my youth making sure that the only way someone could get away with a customer's car or any significant amount of its parts was by towing it.

But man, that sucks. Is your building going to do anything for you guys?

Nope! We did find the laptop listed on craigslist and she contacted the police right away, but they just never responded and the post was gone 24 hours later, so there went our one chance of getting stuff back. 

 

Sucks.

post #6825 of 17102
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

 

Lots of great stuff from de bonne Facture.   Tons of pictures, and we're excited to maybe do a small preorder and a collaboration with them.  Prices are really great for what you get.  In a related note, if anyone wants to shell out 2300 Euros (well under retail, btw) for an awesome shearling, pretty sure that it would make Deborah (the designer's day).  She has some great pieces.  Would be cool to get them actually made, and we might be able to help (this is always an issue for small designers - much a collection just never goes into production.)  The price/value ratio is pretty excellent.  Our picks are a balmacan coat and a coaches jacket in a 3d woven wool from an excellent Italian mill.  

 

Did de bonne facture mention anything about getting US stores to stock them soon? I know they're pretty popular in Japan, but Japanese stores don't stock anything above an M. 

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