Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.
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As far as I know, and I have no special inside info, the Bill Cunnigham film has only just been released here and isn't on DVD yet and the omast film isn't yet finished.
Re- pg 1 where to buy good mens shoes.
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Hugo Boss, RM, Williams, Lloyd, Emporio Armani, Harrolds, Bally to name a few!
Melbourne is a shopping Mecca.
Hi everyone BTW, just signed up found this Australian thread.
It is available from overseas; released on DVD in Sep.
nice shoes! let us know how they wear in. sounds like your shoe collection is expanding pretty quickly
Sorry mate, but they are horrible suggestions minus RMW
HD Bally can b good, but for decent shoes - middle of the top end dress shoes - try Plal online seller for Crockett and Jones
Minus Bally. They have top quality shoes.
Really only the Bally "Scribe" range - the rest of their shoes are of pretty ordinary quality, but with a high price attached.
+1 forgot to add suggestoin that u go to American Apparel in Melb or Herringbone to try C & J on forst for size then buy online. My experience C & J lasts run v large
I think you mean American Tailors.
American Apparel definitely won't have C&J, but they will have extra long t-shirts in whatever colour you could possibly be after.
the Bill Cunningham doco was on about 6 months ago during the film festival, i was soo dark i missed it. I'd organised to go with the GF and it never happened, apparently its out at como next week.
I just thought you might be able to buy it by now online.
Is there anything else along these lines in terms of doco's that have been out for a while?
I remember reading somewhere in this thread that somebody here saw PJ and Tom watching something similar to OMAST on their Ipad/macbook
OMAST looks incredible, it gives me chills!
The gf and I saw it during the Adelaide Film Festival. Showing was packed with every seat taken. I went in thinking this was some doco by a film student hipster but it's actually incredibly interesting. Torrents are available if you want to watch it now and support the director when it eventually starts to sell on DVD.
Have to add my +1 to checking out the Bill Cunningham doco. Saw it at the 2010 Melbourne film festival, and I still have a very clear image of it in my head. Such an astoundingly focused and spartan lifestyle he leads, so utterly devoid of distraction. Wouldn't find him on SF!
Slightly unrelated note but saw a bloke in Martin Place the other day wearing a pair of those Louis Vuitton lace ups with the flower broguing on the cap.... don't normally look at blokes' shoes but he was on the escalator in front of me.
As for those shoes - they looked like they were falling apart on the poor sod. Definitely not worth $900 odd IMO...
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