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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

agreed

damn i did this on like 10 pictures today and zero been picked yet... Gerry is next-level... how long did it take?

 

One got picked up in about 20 minutes or so. I reckon it's also the time difference, Rob. It's probably someone over in the UK who's doing it so expect to see yours up later today - don't fret.

post #27392 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

I stumbled upon this article from the New York Times magazine the other day, and thought it worth posting a link here:

The Circus of Fashion

It's about the rise of the fashion blogger and how more and more people are "peacocking" around outside fashion shows, particularly during the big fashion weeks.

Whilst the article is primarily about women, it really reminded me of the ridiculous outfits that we see people wearing during Pitti Uomo - in essence, they are deliberately donning costumes so as to attract attention and (hopefully) be photographed. Unfortunately, however, there are people out there who see those photos posted and reposted on Tumblr and who then adopt those looks for themselves.

Apparently, the article has created a bit of a stir online, with some people supporting the views put forward in the article (there are too many ridiculously-dressed fops swanning around etc etc) and others panning the article (the democratisation of fashion, rise of street style, etc etc).

Thanks for the lead JM! Now, what to do with that black floppy felt hat I purchased : )
Edited by Dusty Brogues - 2/28/13 at 11:19pm
post #27393 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

agreed
damn i did this on like 10 pictures today and zero been picked yet... Gerry is next-level... how long did it take?

Mr Nelson you most certainly defied the firmly held belief of Nice Guys Finish Last....
post #27394 of 48617

Just a quick question -

 

Is something like a 70% cashmere, 30% silk tie from Howard Yount going to be as good quality as a 100% silk? What characteristics does the cashmere bring?

 

And what about a 100% wool, or 90% wool, 10% silk tie, steer clear or? I'm guessing more casual if it's wool?

post #27395 of 48617

Great article JM, I found it very interesting, particularly against the backdrop of guys trying really hard to peacock their way onto mr porter. ..

post #27396 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

I stumbled upon this article from the New York Times magazine the other day, and thought it worth posting a link here:
The Circus of Fashion
It's about the rise of the fashion blogger and how more and more people are "peacocking" around outside fashion shows, particularly during the big fashion weeks.
Whilst the article is primarily about women, it really reminded me of the ridiculous outfits that we see people wearing during Pitti Uomo - in essence, they are deliberately donning costumes so as to attract attention and (hopefully) be photographed. Unfortunately, however, there are people out there who see those photos posted and reposted on Tumblr and who then adopt those looks for themselves.
Apparently, the article has created a bit of a stir online, with some people supporting the views put forward in the article (there are too many ridiculously-dressed fops swanning around etc etc) and others panning the article (the democratisation of fashion, rise of street style, etc etc).
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post #27397 of 48617

Oxford or derby?


Edited by Gerry Nelson - 3/1/13 at 2:31am
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I think your link is buggered Gez
post #27399 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post


Mr Nelson you most certainly defied the firmly held belief of Nice Guys Finish Last....

Hats off to Gerry ... took me all day to get on

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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post

Great article JM, I found it very interesting, particularly against the backdrop of guys trying really hard to peacock their way onto mr porter. ..

hey .. whatever it takes haha!

post #27400 of 48617
And Canberra is on the board!

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/canberra/2235

Chuck us a few votes boys.
post #27401 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

And Canberra is on the board!

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/canberra/2235

Chuck us a few votes boys.

grats! Only person in Canberra worthy haha

 

here is me if anyone feel like chucking a few more votes around! thanks

http://mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2166

 

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2230

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2165

 

post #27402 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I think your link is buggered Gez
Fixed it.
post #27403 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

grats! Only person in Canberra worthy haha

 

here is me if anyone feel like chucking a few more votes around! thanks

http://mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2166

 

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2230

http://www.mrporterglobalstyle.com/style/sydney/2165

 

done!

 

ahh fudge, just realised i should've taken a selfie today for mr. porter purposes.. *rolls face on keyboard* 56df5ghj75nb78g9

post #27404 of 48617
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Hats off to Gerry ... took me all day to get on

 

 

Yes, and then you get three photos chosen. Now who's next level? smile.gif

post #27405 of 48617

Just ordered the MJ Bale Tobias jacket in light grey. Hopefully it doesn't tear or anything when I crawl through the streets on all fours, shoplifting in stores and eat raw ham from a can. 

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