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@thatoneguyYou could've come when we were there, jeez!

ahah well I was in Iceland at that time! I'm actually going for an Earth Science conference but I'm staying an extra 2 weeks beforehand
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@thatoneguy
 if you find yourself around Shibuya there's an amazing vintage shop called Hoochie Coochie in Daikanyama

That sounds good, I'll save it.
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@thatoneguy what ya looking for in particular? I'm a bad person to ask about Tokyo despite the fact that I live here hahah.

Mainly looking for second hand goods, vintage or consignment. Let's hang out! I still need to plan when I'll be around Tokyo but I think It'll be around the 25th of June.
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Hey guys... I'm looking for a fall blazer something similar to below LUC or Forme, i haven't seen anything in my size in stock, does anyone have any recommendations, i want a solid color if possible...



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What's your size?

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@sinnedk
 hotoveli restock: http://hotoveli.com/collections/forme-dexpression/products/guru-jacket

saw it thanks man. I think forme retail is overpriced.
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Compared to what? It's one of the cheaper brands discussed in this thread... LUC is way more than that
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Who was it that was looking for rainwear? This thing looks like it'd get the job done: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/bring-sg/item/3a8736/

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What's your size?

slim 48/50...
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Huge thanks to @jpc9 for helping me track down a (semi)-grail. Super pleasurable dude to deal with

He has some stuff for ridiculous prices on Grailed, this isn't an ad or anything but seriously check his stuff out...
https://*****************/users/4684-jpc9/wardrobe

In other news, Gullam has some cool GBS fit pics you don't see very much. I like the striped blazer a lot:
http://gullam.jp/blog/26225.html
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Damn JPC9 good items
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It was...the salmon mousse!

 


Alexander Fielden at Darklands. Pretty cool, actually.

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Huge thanks to @jpc9 for helping me track down a (semi)-grail. Super pleasurable dude to deal with

He has some stuff for ridiculous prices on Grailed, this isn't an ad or anything but seriously check his stuff out...
https://*****************/users/4684-jpc9/wardrobe

In other news, Gullam has some cool GBS fit pics you don't see very much. I like the striped blazer a lot:
http://gullam.jp/blog/26225.html

 

Does anyone know what brand that white raw hem shirt is?

 

Those layer-0 ankle boots are super tempting but I'm normally a 42 :( 

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just catching up on the thread....

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ahah well I was in Iceland at that time! I'm actually going for an Earth Science conference but I'm staying an extra 2 weeks beforehand
That sounds good, I'll save it.
Mainly looking for second hand goods, vintage or consignment. Let's hang out! I still need to plan when I'll be around Tokyo but I think It'll be around the 25th of June.

If you're in Tokyo you've got a ridiculous number of choices for secondhand stuff. Always recommend Modescape, Kindal, Blowz, Jumble, Ragtag... all the usual suspects. Loads of thread-appropriate labels and more in each of them. They're all hit-and-miss of course. The Ragtag in Shibuya has a dedicated Harnden/Arts&Science section and I found a cheap Doma one-piece I wish I'd bought... Modescape is pretty reliable for quality gear, I'm seriously considering buying a shinkansen ticket just to go back and visit both stores.

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Thought this thread is relevant from reddit What differentiates different 'gothy' clothing brands? https://www.reddit.com/r/malefashion/comments/3xcuj5/what_differentiates_different_gothy_clothing/?

It was a good discussion with some interesting thoughts about the brands/aesthetic. I really didnt know Altiery was screwed by Guidi like that, not sure if thats an internet rumor or what but seems plausible to me.
haha i wrote that! I spent more time getting pictures to make it look appealing to beginners than I did typing and it shows. I made a bunch of little mistakes but there's a lot of knowledgeable people who rightfully called me out on the mistakes I made. It was just a brief thing that i wrote because someone was asking what separates some of the popular brands - i definitely skimped on smaller labels like Forme, Golem, Casey Casey, whatever.
 
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Damn the fabrics from Araki Yuu and Ansnam look incredible. Any chance the sizing would work for tall lanky white boys?

super late but Ansnam would likely work for lanky dudes. store near me stocks it. Definitely worth the price of admission. That store also carries Harndem, Ann Dem, and Klasica, which I never hear anyone talk about.

 

http://www.klasica.jp/index.html

 

random pictures:

 

 

 


Edited by the kidcrash - 6/4/16 at 5:14am
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Klasica, Kaval, Ansnam, all awesome brands, I just don't know have any convenience place to check them out and I live in Tokyo.. shows how lazy I am
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Where are those first 2 pictures from please? Which brand/website?
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