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post #36391 of 38474
Dude, trust all of us, that's not worth the price (unless money is no object to you)
post #36392 of 38474

^^^^

 

Offer him $500.

post #36393 of 38474

I know that most of you reject marketing biased material since it would a socialization effect to accept the image or symbol of the power of a supremacy of a private company over a collectivity or class of individuals by a mere identification of a artificial identity orientated by the value of patriarchal kinship of a logo in it's inter-subjectivity with a interdisciplinary team of scientific in humanities, social sciences and natural science to integrate a product that represent unconsciously of consciously  the ''interests'' of a sector of the population.

That's why I mostly distinguish between objective value based on perception of a brand and subjective  in using the criteria of the stock value of the company. As I see Balmain is NOT a high selling brand since it's marketing focus is elitist class, it's leading designer is little experienced Mr. Roustein 27 years old.

I understand the process of quality of a clothe that it's not only a lieu of fabric, but that the artisan who produced it have an huge impact as well as the premiere material.

For me it's mostly comprehensive to observe that the majority here reject fashion house based on economic, ethic, psychological and sociological perspective.

I also integrate that information it just seems hard for me to resist psychologically to the temptation, I guess I'm still a socialized person after all..

Sorry if that kind of analysis is not accepted here I'm not familiarized with the standards/norms this forum use.

DM


Edited by DavidMed - 2/11/14 at 12:08pm
post #36394 of 38474

Dude, you just threw out a ton of jargon that I would have a hard time understanding even if English was your first language and it was all grammatically correct.

 

Lots of people here love fashion houses.  I think Balmain is badass.  If you can't live without that peacoat, get it.  I just don't think that particular piece is worth the price he's asking.  How many times do you think that piece has been relisted now?  I feel like it's been on the bay forever.

 

In general, people post on this thread seeking validation or confirmation on something they're unsure about, whether those doubts be in regard to value, style, or quality.  If it's something they know they're in love with and have to have, they just pull the trigger.

post #36395 of 38474
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Originally Posted by DavidMed View Post

I know that most of you reject marketing biased material since it would a socialization effect to accept the image or symbol of the power of a supremacy of a private company over a collectivity or class of individuals by a mere identification of a artificial identity orientated by the value of patriarchal kinship of a logo in it's inter-subjectivity with a interdisciplinary team of scientific in humanities, social sciences and natural science to integrate a product that represent unconsciously of consciously  the ''interests'' of a sector of the population.


That's why I mostly distinguish between objective value based on perception of a brand and subjective  in using the criteria of the stock value of the company. As I see Balmain is NOT a high selling brand since it's marketing focus is elitist class, it's leading designer is little experienced Mr. Roustein 27 years old.


I understand the process of quality of a clothe that it's not only a lieu of fabric, but that the artisan who produced it have an huge impact as well as the premiere material.


For me it's mostly comprehensive to observe that the majority here reject fashion house based on economic, ethic, psychological and sociological perspective.


I also integrate that information it just seems hard for me to resist psychologically to the temptation, I guess I'm still a socialized person after all..


Sorry if that kind of analysis is not accepted here I'm not familiarized with the standards/norms this forum use.


DM

This was entirely incomprehensible but I can tell you that you're definitely overthinking it. The jacket looks lifeless and cheap, like Zara or Express and certainly not worth hundreds, let alone thousands
post #36396 of 38474

Guys hes some troll injecting academic buzzwords mad lib style.  Ignore & move on.

post #36397 of 38474
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Guys hes some troll injecting academic buzzwords mad lib style.  Ignore & move on.


It's not because you don't understand that it's not valid.
 

post #36398 of 38474
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It's not because you don't understand that it's not valid.
 

 

It's just unnecessarily verbose, and doesn't make sense.

 

"I know that most of you reject marketing biased material since it would a socialization effect"

post #36399 of 38474

Of course, the marketing campaign of most fashion house is to give an attract or a subjective value based on perception higher than what it really is. As I did pointed out previously, the superposition of individuals I see here reflect some kind of relativism by anti-conformism by the view of the collectivity that is mostly permeable to that kind of message and unconscious of it's psychological effect, attachment by some freudian model to an impersonal Super-Ego.

http://www.forbes.com/powerful-brands/list/

I agree with all of you that this kind of message was not appropriated for the context, but it's in my opinion a powerful and valuable well-articulate/profound thought.

post #36400 of 38474

It's a verbose Engrish bot.

post #36401 of 38474
DavidMed can smell the psychosphere
post #36402 of 38474
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but it's in my opinion a powerful and valuable well-articulate/profound thought.

 

Wow!

 

               Such articulate!

 

So profound!                                    

 

                    Much Freud!                                                                                                        

 

              Wow!

 

doge 

post #36403 of 38474

For me It's pretty funny to observe the marginalization of the out-of-norms conformism people on either opposite poles.

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post #36405 of 38474
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It's a verbose Engrish bot.

"As I did pointed out previously"

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