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  1. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    Speaking of being a luxury brand, I felt like when Hiroki wanted visvim to be a true luxury brand when he did the visvim show in Italy. Those are some really weird years for visvim in terms of style imo
  2. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    To be honest, it's not like Hiroki didn't try New York at all or he didn't like the city's vibe. He did the 2017 pop-up, and even earlier Hiroki did some ICT release just by a street in New York, which was ancient history when I haven't gotten into visvim but kinda sure the location is New York
  3. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

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  4. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    I have one from a proxy, nothing super exciting. I'll definitely look into the new brigadier with new soles but really hesitate about the color options
  5. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    Well, what could we say. That's what Nakamura and his wife like. For them, Santa Fe is the fashion capital. It's even the first place they opened their US store. Still, we would love to spend money on his stuff
  6. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    visiting new york, any place to check out some visvim?
  7. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    Anyone knows where to find that ict lookbook they shoot probably two years ago. The very casual one
  8. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    Mud overdue denim definitely already shrunk
  9. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    In case anyone's still interested, here are the pics of newly released mud overdye denim. They kinda look the same with regular ones. Wondering how these could fade
  10. Flyingduck

    *** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

    Hey guys, new to this thread here. Very glad to join in. Just a quick question, has anyone seen in person the mud overdyed denim releasing this week? What do you guys think? Worth picking up?

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