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The Official Artisanal "streetwear" footwear (boots, shoes, sandals) thread (Guidi, CCP, Augusta, M.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. sepp

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    @Pairate

    My CCP pants fits at the waist but the thighs and calves were squeezed like sardines.

    Size up if unsure will be my experience.
     
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    I can't find CCP pants that fit me. Don't buy them if you've never tried them on unless you're pretty slim all the way down and are pretty confident in measurements. I'm a 48 in LUC and I've tried on CCP breadsticks in 52 I haven't been able to button up..
     
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    Nicely,

    Hope you don't mind me asking. Where in Tokyo can one find good condition used artisanal brands like CCP, Julius, LUC and the likes?

    Thanks.
     
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    Not a lot of places, unfortunately - most of the stuff at secondhand shops is designer stuff like Rick Owens, CdG, Raf Simons, etc and mid-tier stuff like Attachment and Lad Musician. Julius, however, is everywhere.

    Your best bet are the following three places which do stock a bit of LUC / CCP / etc - luckily they're right next to each other. They're all chains with multiple outlets, make sure you go to the following locations:

    This Kind store (it's a chain, this one has the artisanal stuff, 5th floor). Good Julius selection here
    https://goo.gl/maps/m7V0m

    This Rinkan (basement floor). Again, good Julius selection
    https://goo.gl/maps/QH158

    This Ragtag has a TINY rack of artisanal stuff on the basement, more Casey / Geoffery B Small / Arts + Science-type stuff than the brands discussed in this thread, though.
    https://goo.gl/maps/ierjI
     
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  5. sepp

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    Thanks for the pointers Nicely. :)


    So looking forward to my trip next week.
     
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    need some good wine
     
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    cyc is a 48. i'm a 46.
     
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    With shoes like that i doubt you can afford good wine ;). Nice shot!
     
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    looks like paris next to seine, based on the ferry across the river, but could be a number of other places, where you at in the pic?
     
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    blue ma+ spiral zips...
     
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    where are these from?
     
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    the spice must flow
     
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    #smurfStyle
     
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    Thanks guys. Has anyone had a problem fitting them even after sizing up?

    Edit: Looks like eton97 attempted these in 50 (http://stylezeitgeist.com/forums/showpost.php?p=312416&postcount=16722). They do look pretty fitted [​IMG]

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    /\ Those are dead-end jeans, not breadsticks. The fit is very different for both.
     
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    musée d'Orsay, been there, beautiful art work, i did not recognize it given i did not see it from across the river

    saw van gough's Starry Night Over the Rhone, really liked it, snappe a pic :D

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