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  1. Brian SD

    Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

    Looks like I screwed up choosing my size for the Styleforum pre-order pants. I went for a IV but a III would have been the right choice. If anyone here is in the opposire conundrum let me know and we can trade. I can live with the size IV since the legs are cut slim, but I'm leaving them...
  2. Brian SD

    TOJ - updates on the debacle, complaints, news about other ventures, whatever.

     His whole concept was basically buying Grail status stuff from Margiela, Jil, Raf, etc. then using it to make a pattern and selling it at a price people could afford. His patterns aren't original. He had no pattern making or design experience afaik
  3. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    Found a used Seiko SBDC007 (no X logo Shogun) on Yahoo Auc and won it at around ~270 USD. Pretty good price, but it's seen better days. The glass and bracelet being a bit beat up is a-ok for me since I had always planned to replace the proprietary glass with sapphire and I prefer a NATO strap...
  4. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

     The elusive sbdc027. Lovely purchase
  5. Brian SD

    The Watch Appreciation Thread - Part two (Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Jaeger LeCoultre,

    On a the topic of ladies watches, my wife wears a 42mm watch despite having tiny wrists. The "boyfriend" watch look is definitely a good look.
  6. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

     That looks really great. I actually prefer the Shogun to the MM in general. The bezel shape in particular really suits the dial.
  7. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

     That looks fantastic. I'm waiting for a nice price on a used Shogun 007 to pop up on Yahoo Auctions, it's my next watch and I've been lusting over one for a while (decided to blow that money on a pair of triple sole Dinkelackers). I wanna pop on a sapphire cover and the MM300 hands look...
  8. Brian SD

    Japanese Shoes: Bespoke & RTW Super Thread

     Looked at their website and it wasn't that, but WFG looks like another nice place to check out.
  9. Brian SD

    Japanese Shoes: Bespoke & RTW Super Thread

    JP shoe experts, there was a shop in Harajuku down the street from Harajuku station toward Shibuya. It was really small and they sold some RTW calfskin joints made in Asakusa as well as some Tricker's. Their shoes seemed like a step up from AE and were, I think, around 40,000 yen per pair, but I...
  10. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    There's a 25% off drop going on for the Seiko posted above (SARB033/035) right now on Massdrop. That is simply stunning. What a deal you got
  11. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    I really wish Seiko would make more of the 50th anniversary Sumo (SBDC027). It was just a little bit too expensive, but I love the rectangular hour marks, the slim hands and the new typeface.
  12. Brian SD

    The Watch Appreciation Thread - Part two (Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Jaeger LeCoultre,

    New proud owner. Ended up getting a new one from a grey seller instead of used. It's just lovely.
  13. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    Looks like something straight out of Starcraft.
  14. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    Yeah that's kind of what I figured. Thanks for the responses.
  15. Brian SD

    Poor man's watch thread

    I was browsing the under 1k sports watches top 5 lists and I didn't see a single mention of Steinhart, as far as I can remember. It doesn't seem like an SF favorite, but other forums have discussion on it. The reviews I've read elswhere seem really positive, and the price seems great. The...
  16. Brian SD

    Where is your style going?

    Less focused on focus on pants and tops, more focused on shoes and watches. Can't go crazy everywhere at once.
  17. Brian SD

    The Watch Appreciation Thread - Part two (Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Jaeger LeCoultre,

    Generally I am familiar with grey market in regards to electronics, but what constitutes a grey market watch? I am looking at Chrono24 right now and there are definitely some attractive prices there, including new Orions for ~$1500, which is doable if I hold off another month or so. How do I...
  18. Brian SD

    The Watch Appreciation Thread - Part two (Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Jaeger LeCoultre,

    Thanks guys, exactly the information and encouragement I was looking for!

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