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Hey guys, just wanted to let you know that I've extended the Milkman challenge until this Sunday, with a little incentive to boot. All the entries have been so exciting, stories and all. 

 

On an unrelated note, how are people even lauding SLP's latest shit show Hedi tried to pass off as couture? 

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I dig this shearling A1 but not the look on this guy's face, or the price (~$3500 U.S.).

 

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What do you want people to use instead "beat to shit"?

used but still has lots of life left
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used but still has lots of life left

This is my match.com description

 

 

 

 

 

 

(stolen joke from @dieworkwear

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used but still has lots of life left
Your mom?
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damn, even i don't stoop to those levels frown.gif
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It's been funny since at least 1980.
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Hey guys, just wanted to let you know that I've extended the Milkman challenge until this Sunday, with a little incentive to boot. All the entries have been so exciting, stories and all. 

 

On an unrelated note, how are people even lauding SLP's latest shit show Hedi tried to pass off as couture? 

Don't go into the SLP thread. Some guy wrote a wall of text about how the show revolutionized couture

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Don't go into the SLP thread. Some guy wrote a wall of text about how the show revolutionized couture

Too late. It's what prompted me to pose that question. I wore those clothes when I was 20 and didn't know how to limit the use of eyeliner. 

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Too late. It's what prompted me to pose that question. I wore those clothes when I was 20 and didn't know how to limit the use of eyeliner. 

It looks like the prom counterpart to the 80s/ 90s stuff he's been ripping off.

I don't understand why any creams over his work. If his name wasn't Hedi Slimane and this stuff didn't cost a billion dollars, nobody would care.
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It looks like the prom counterpart to the 80s/ 90s stuff he's been ripping off.

I don't understand why any creams over his work. If his name wasn't Hedi Slimane and this stuff didn't cost a billion dollars, nobody would care.

Yes. Hello 20year old me

 

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Yes. Hello 20year old me

So, what's the point of SLP's couture collection? It's so low brow and "accessible" that it doesn't feel like it's going to drive the kind of publicity that couture usually brings. And it's presumably so expensive, even at SLP prices, that it's not practical for sales. Why even do this in the first place?

Even if someone takes up that "Hedi brought low brow design into couture" like that guy in the SLP thread, that can't be enough to drive another show.
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Ego? Hedi can do whatever he damn well pleases? Let's face it people who buy into SLP just wants to be cool, they're not going to talk in depth about fabric, construction or how it panders to heteronormative standards. 

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