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Ed Hardy is over, here is your savior

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dsmolken, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. dsmolken

    dsmolken Well-Known Member

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    With Ed Hardy not cool anymore, it's time to move on.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/blog/...urn=sow-328318

    This sums it up:
     
  2. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Well-Known Member

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    With Ed Hardy not cool anymore, it's time to move on. http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/blog/...urn=sow-328318 This sums it up:
    wow ... CA is actually a genius to continue finding ways of selling his gawdy crap. cant believe his club in vegas is still around too. the sad part isnt CA, its that people actually like this stuff and continue to give him money. supply & demand free market FAIL
     
  3. El Argentino

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    Good lord... how the mighty, bucktoothed have fallen.
     
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    wEstSidE Well-Known Member

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    i don't think i've seen a nightclub ghb dealer before.
     
  5. GoldenTribe

    GoldenTribe Well-Known Member

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    i don't think i've seen a nightclub ghb dealer and recognized him as such.
    FTFY
     
  6. dsmolken

    dsmolken Well-Known Member

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    Good lord... how the mighty, bucktoothed have fallen.
    Hey, at least he still gets showgirls, shotguns and a helicopter for his product launch. Seeing that picture made me dig this classic up - that launch was nowhere near as impressive, though arguably the clothes were.
     
  7. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Well-Known Member

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    FTFY
    where are the ghb dealers located in webster hall? can i find that in the nyc superguide?
     
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    it SORTA looks like he has selvedge on his shorts' inseam....
     
  9. nerazzurri

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    he should be ashamed, he left milan to go to flamengo, should have learned some styling tips from the italians while he was there [​IMG]
     
  10. theuglylover

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    he should be ashamed, he left milan to go to flamengo, should have learned some styling tips from the italians while he was there [​IMG]

    I am convinced the real Ronnie died in Barcelona in 2007.
     
  11. Knisse

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    I like it, please make more..





    .. Its the best thing to spot people you do not want anything to do with at all = less time wasted!
     
  12. DerekS

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    wait....ed hardy isnt cool anymore?!?! FECK! now ill have to go find more sparkly bedazzled t shirts with dragons and tigers on them.
     
  13. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Well-Known Member

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    Von Dutch was by the same designer of Ed Hardy. See where that went? He makes these horrible clothing lines that somehow gain trendy traction, over saturates the market, all the d-bags wear it, it fades away, he creates something new. The Ed Hardy store on Melrose is the exact same retail space where Von Dutch used to stand.
     
  14. abeezy21

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    Von Dutch was by the same designer of Ed Hardy. See where that went? He makes these horrible clothing lines that somehow gain trendy traction, over saturates the market, all the d-bags wear it, it fades away, he creates something new. The Ed Hardy store on Melrose is the exact same retail space where Von Dutch used to stand.


    and its next door to the Affliction store
     
  15. Cool The Kid

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    He looks part... Mongoloid [​IMG]
     
  16. adidasfan

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    With Ed Hardy not cool anymore, it's time to move on.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/blog/...urn=sow-328318

    This sums it up:


    I dont think Ed Hardy is going away.
    Ed Hardy has opened up 1 store I know of in San Diego (maybe its a franchise?)
    and its very busy.

    We may not like Ed Hardy but that brand has a huge following.
    The stuff is made well and its attention getting.
    That is what alot of people want.

    I expect them to be around in some form for a while.
     
  17. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    ed hardy is dead, long live ed hardy
     
  18. SureShopApparel

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    With all these brands crashing and burning (ed Hardy, Von Dutch, affliction) What new brand do you see taking the spot light?
     
  19. osadolor619

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    I dont think Ed Hardy is going away.
    Ed Hardy has opened up 1 store I know of in San Diego (maybe its a franchise?)
    and its very busy.

    We may not like Ed Hardy but that brand has a huge following.
    The stuff is made well and its attention getting.
    That is what alot of people want.

    I expect them to be around in some form for a while.


    His stuff is absolutely not well made. It's pure garbage. And just because a store is busy doesn't mean it's profitable. This shit will fade because more or more people are starting to hate it. I personally do not know anyone who would pay money for it. I personally wouldn't take a free Ed Hardy wardrobe. Ed Hardy is pure mierda.
     
  20. Cool The Kid

    Cool The Kid Well-Known Member

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    His stuff is absolutely not well made. It's pure garbage. And just because a store is busy doesn't mean it's profitable. This shit will fade because more or more people are starting to hate it. I personally do not know anyone who would pay money for it. I personally wouldn't take a free Ed Hardy wardrobe. Ed Hardy is pure mierda.
    As long as normal people equate "fashion" with "loud shit that lets the bitches know much I spent", brands like Ed Hardy will always have a big presence I have always wondered if/why anybody hasn't adopted the business model of just changing their brand name when the old ones die out. People don't know
     

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