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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    i hear electric toothbrushes are becoming less recognized as hygienic instruments and more popular as fashion accessories on the streets of paris, people are often encasing their sonicares in exotic leathers and wood cases to try and one up each other
     
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  2. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial

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    You know, I know you're kidding, but I'm not really sure you're kidding.
     
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    I too consider hammers to be fashion accessories.
     
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    gastropods totally wouldn't survive a nuclear holocaust, but I do welcome our new nudibranch overlords
     
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    i prefer dalluge and estwing for my hammers personally
     
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    if my wallet is a fashion accessory i'm not sure why my phone wouldn't be
     
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  8. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    I didn't say that they are not accessories, but that they are not status symbols as people, as some people think they are, which is why people are willing to stand in line for a phone.
     
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    Synthese Darth Millennial

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    *plugs ears and sways back and forth*
     
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    I'm willing to stand in line for a hammer.
     
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  11. Find Finn

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    missing the point here are we ;)
     
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    I don't think anyone stands in line for a fucking phone because its a status symbol. They stand in line because they are to dumb to use the internet. Before you say well they have an iPhone, they must know how to internet; clearly you've never spoken to someone that works at an apple store/call center..
     
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    I'm willing to stand in line to use the Internet because the Internet is a status symbol, as long as people can see that I'm carrying a hammer as a fashion accessory.
     
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    more of the dries finale from now fashion.

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    so far it's the best thing from pfw. yang li, lemaire, and rick were all alright but not exceptional in my opinion. balenciaga was more wang-ian than ever. ann isn't really ann anymore (don't think the person tweeting for WWD knows ann left, just judging by the language they used). excited to see haider ackermann, louis vuitton, and dior.
     
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    The Dries setting was wonderful as were some of the clothes but I personally feel he went a little overboard. Too psychedelic hippie.

    Rick felt really bland. I kept thinking I was looking at the same outfit over and over. Still love him though. That NYTimes video just cements that sentiment even more.

    Ann was pretty. It reminded me of blanche and some of the older collections. Like the all black looks with the black/white floral (?) boots.

    Spot on with Balenciaga. It's a bore now. Feels so NY-downtown-fashion-girl and has none of the color, pop, and print that Ghesquiere used to do. Even the setting for the show was what evs.

    Best collection so far in my opinion has been Vetements. It's interesting, boasts the right amount of color, is technically sound, and has those subtle quirks that really make you look twice at everything being shown. While some of it might come off as gimmicky, a lot of feels as though any girl could wear it. The tied waist trench, the cropped mixed jeans, oversized leather jackets, and sweat tops. I like the balance they strike with being fashionable and wearable.
     
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    Anyone know of any flannel shirts that fit long and slim? Not Geller long but like halfway between.
     
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    Also that, but how often do your hear people talk about how awesome their new phone is and how cool it is to have the newest one.





    :lol:

    Let me paraphrase my post, I don't care about phones, I just want something that works and fits in my pocket and I'm not going to replace it until it breaks like a ..........
     
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    The Lanvin stuff all looked very wearable... now if only I could convince more people to buy/wear it.
     
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