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post #181 of 16654
I don't understand the appeal of some of those ccp jackets. It just looks really stiff and jagged. I know the leather is high quality, but the look of the piece kinda sucks. I'm sure it has taped seams, interlock stitching, object dying and all that other garbage though. Not my style. I like some of the other crazy expensive leathers i've seen better. Even if i was baller status i don't think i would drop the coin on ccp.
post #182 of 16654
Exactomundo Chronosan stiff and jagged leather is in no aspect desirable. It shouldn't hurt your arms to bend them. If you're going to shop at Atelier at least buy the m.a.+ leather that is much more supple and worth it. But if you never actually wear any of this shit, don't matter none.
post #183 of 16654
My Filson Aviator.

post #184 of 16654
Keep buying that ill fitting stuff with some weird dyeing methods or stitching to justify it and you're gonna end up looking like faust.
post #185 of 16654
^haha. leather should be buttery. ftw
post #186 of 16654
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Keep buying that ill fitting stuff with some weird dyeing methods or stitching to justify it and you're gonna end up looking like faust.

You mean dudes that are 5'7" and shaped like a square are not the type of people who can fit into Ann D. clothes as though "she cut it specifically from him"?


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^haha. leather should be buttery. ftw

Rafs knowz

post #187 of 16654
^i like the baseball bomber a lot. there's a raf simons leather rider jacket from 2002 that is pretty epic. i think the perfecto from f/w 07 also came in leather, but japan only.
post #188 of 16654
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You mean dudes that are 5'7" and shaped like a square are not the type of people who can fit into Ann D. clothes as though "she cut it specifically from him"?
I wish an androgynous patti smith fan would cut clothes for me Has ann had sex with patti before?
post #189 of 16654
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I wish an androgynous patti smith fan would cut clothes for me

Has ann had sex with patti before?

I'll stake out Patti's house tonight and let you know since I'm having dinner at Salt.
post #190 of 16654
Tell her Horses is one of my favorite albums. Have her autograph a drapey, assymetric, oversized shirt with ribbons for me
post #191 of 16654
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Tell her Horses is one of my favorite albums. Have her autograph a drapey, assymetric, oversized shirt with ribbons for me

With or without her lyrics on it?

Horses is my fav song by her. I like when it gets all funky Mashed Pototaoey
post #192 of 16654
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You mean dudes that are 5'7" and shaped like a square are not the type of people who can fit into Ann D. clothes as though "she cut it specifically from him"?

Well... I wonder who you might be talking about???
post #193 of 16654
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Well... I wonder who you might be talking about???

Fast. Why?
post #194 of 16654
If we are debating the merits of Atelier leathers, the Julius ram jacket I tried on was the closest thing to leather heaven I've ever felt (and at around 3k IIRC, about half the price of some Poell ones). The leather is surprisingly thick and warm too. I'd take it over most comparable RO ones. (photo stolen from SZ)
post #195 of 16654
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Fast. Why?

Haha... no, no, I know who you mean. I was just kiddin'
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