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post #3241 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
His jacket looks awful (cut+colour) and is made of carpeting material. The pants+shoes are nice.

Are you nuts? His jacket looks great.

edit: Ed's right.
post #3242 of 7231
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Are you nuts? His jacket looks great. Way, way better than this:

two very different looks/people/fashions. Not very nice to diss what someone is wearing just because they don't like the fabric of LB's coat.
post #3243 of 7231
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
two very different looks/people/fashions. Not very nice to diss what someone is wearing just because they don't like the fabric of LB's coat.

You are right, my post was bad. I edited it and removed the pic.

But I commented on that pic earlier in WAYWRN as well ...
post #3244 of 7231
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Are you nuts? His jacket looks great. Difficult to take you seriously when you post this proudly in WAYWRN:
Please. Very different fashion crowds but I know the codes of his tribe so there is no point in pointing out that I dress differently, considering that you can't even begin to have an educated opinion on my style. It may sound funny to you but I can definitely appreciate a nicely turned out man in a suit, this doesn't mean I have to accept every dressy style wholeheartedly.
post #3245 of 7231
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
two very different looks/people/fashions.

Exactly. Fuuma is rocking the Neapolitan labcoat look...those crazy Southern Itals love their open quarters, even in petri dish context.


- B
post #3246 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Exactly. Fuuma is rocking the Neapolitan labcoat look...those crazy Southern Itals love their open quarters, even in petri dish context.


- B

There's actually a dress shirt attached in the back that makes the jacket looks longer + the cut is asymmetrical (it's supposed to look this rumpled and odd fitting).

As for Mr. Barbera's look and the one of many people posted here, both members and admired Pitti-fodder, here's an Ebert quote from his review of the filth and the fury that sums up my opinion perfectly.

"To see this film's footage from the '70s is to see the beginning of much of pop and fashion iconography for the next two decades. After the premiere of "The Filth and the Fury" at Sundance, I ran into Temple, who observed, "In the scenes where they're being interviewed on television, they look normal. It's the interviewers who look like freaks." Normal, no. But in torn black T-shirts and punk haircuts, they look contemporary, unlike the dated, polyestered, wide-lapeled and blow-dried creatures interviewing them."
post #3247 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
As for Mr. Barbera's look and the one of many people posted here, both members and admired Pitti-fodder, here's an Ebert quote from his review of the filth and the fury that sums up my opinion perfectly.

I support you fully because such support is part of the Goon Member credo.


- B
post #3248 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I support you fully because such support is part of the Goon Member credo.


- B

What is this goon member credo you speak of, am I an unaware member of this most feared group?
post #3249 of 7231
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
I'll stay "out" this season then.

I saw a guy with a brown velvet jacket that looked great. I was thinking how well you could dress it up or go casual. Velvet has a certain classic look about it, IMO.
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Very classic.
post #3251 of 7231
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Originally Posted by ohm View Post
Very classic.

He has many more PJs than suits.
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
He has many more PJs than suits.

Did not know Hef was a Drapist.
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Originally Posted by Tomasso View Post
Just look at old Prince Phillip.


Who? Which one is he?
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
never thought of wearing gloves when playing with my peccary.

A variation on the stranger method?
post #3255 of 7231
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
He has many more PJs than suits.

He had more BJ than suits.
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