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D&G flagship in SF is pretty impressive.
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Latest obsession: finding the poetry in English translations of listings for (probably fake) items on Taobao.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
If you do not know the CCP
BBS only heard that bad street
Flying the inferior "11" Logo
Then you immediately close our shop page
you
Just a salted fish
And since you have this understanding man
The leather on these desert years Clothing
These models do make the show field floating corpses
The pioneer of all the binding process crushed the head master
Know anything about
We will tell you
He is BACK!
After several years of designer career
This man ran directly do artists
So in recent years, the works are not his personally supervised
In 2016
He will return to the stage
We look forward to like you!
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I fell upon this thread, and wow, Deborahs clothing is amazing.

 

I'd like to know more about that Navy speckled blazer though. I'll PM you Fok but it would be interesting to know more about her other pieces. I was just on L'Exception, a French stockist, and her wears aren't cheap. But I have no doubt they are worth it.

 

Living in S. Florida I "hate" AW. My wardrobe has an accumulation of really nice outerwear and knits that I can only occasionally wear.

 

I need to travel more as S. Floridians are not the most fashion forward and I stand out like a sore thumb sometimes. But who cares, right?

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I am working on it, and I hope so, yes.  It's in Deborah's court right now.  I've bounced her an email.  If I have a few firm commitments, it would help our case, so shoot me a PM or an email to styleforummarket@gmail.com.  With the discount, I think that that coach jacket, which is one of the really strong pieces in the collection, would be about $750-$800, based on what she quotes as retail and wholesale, and given the price of shipping, duties, etc...

Cheers,

Fok.

'Deborah's Court' sounds like a halfway house.
post #7205 of 13795
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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Latest obsession: finding the poetry in English translations of listings for (probably fake) items on Taobao.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
If you do not know the CCP
BBS only heard that bad street
Flying the inferior "11" Logo
Then you immediately close our shop page
you
Just a salted fish
And since you have this understanding man
The leather on these desert years Clothing
These models do make the show field floating corpses
The pioneer of all the binding process crushed the head master
Know anything about
We will tell you
He is BACK!
After several years of designer career
This man ran directly do artists
So in recent years, the works are not his personally supervised
In 2016
He will return to the stage
We look forward to like you!

so that's how Masta Killa writes his verses
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post
 

I fell upon this thread, and wow, Deborahs clothing is amazing.

 

I'd like to know more about that Navy speckled blazer though. I'll PM you Fok but it would be interesting to know more about her other pieces. I was just on L'Exception, a French stockist, and her wears aren't cheap. But I have no doubt they are worth it.

 

Living in S. Florida I "hate" AW. My wardrobe has an accumulation of really nice outerwear and knits that I can only occasionally wear.

 

I need to travel more as S. Floridians are not the most fashion forward and I stand out like a sore thumb sometimes. But who cares, right?

A lot of her current clothing is here: http://debonnefacture.fr/en/28-eshop

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I have to head to Chicago for a wedding at the end of the year, what other cities in the US are worth stopping a few days at?

Definitely no plans to return to The South biggrin.gif
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gonna be in nyc friday/saturday holla

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gonna be in nyc friday/saturday holla

 

sup

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Thank you @venividivicibj and @StanleyVanBuren … both of those look like good options fing02[1].gif
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by iamacyborg View Post

I have to head to Chicago for a wedding at the end of the year, what other cities in the US are worth stopping a few days at?

Definitely no plans to return to The South biggrin.gif

Seattle, Boston, Portland OR, Portland ME, LA, San Diego.  What are you looking for?

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Seattle, Boston, Portland OR, Portland ME, LA, San Diego.  What are you looking for?

Not sure yet, I've done Boston already so can count that one out. Just want to bum around like a tourist for a few days, maybe see a few national parks.

LA is definitely on the cards as I've got someone I want to see there.
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Yeah I'd skip cities and go national parks. Yellowstone, Mesa verde, red woods, MT hood etc.
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gonna be in nyc friday/saturday holla

sup x2. there's a good chance i'll be around. @conceptual 4est @nahneun when is the queens culinary adventure? maybe we can combine?
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sup

sup.

let me know what you guys wanna do. prefer friday over saturday though
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