Current Streetwear Style Icons?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Augusto86, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    [​IMG] i want to know what kind of jeans those are... not dior, since there is no dart... apc maybe? fit is great, and looks like hes getting some good wear......
     
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    i want to know what kind of jeans those are... not dior, since there is no dart... apc maybe? fit is great, and looks like hes getting some good wear......



    I bet they're APC judging by the smallish rear pockets.
     
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    ehh... haptronic.
    I think haptronic, cmf and many other members of this board dress much better than any of the celebs cited. Almost every one of the celebs always looks too clean and studied for me. Not Vincent Gallo, I'll admit, but he looks like the bottom of a pizza box (before anyone gets offended, I have a similar complexion and coloring, or did when I was younger.) I do like PD's style but it would never work for me; it's really tailored to his body type. I also love how Melissa, the bartender at Specs (and other places) dresses.
     
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    ehh... haptronic.

    And mike lowrey. Darkanimal sometimes, but he doesn't post very often.
     
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    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    Can't believe I'm posting for this thread but I would say:

    Orlando Bloom for best dressed, he always has good sense of proportion and fit whether he's rocking Rogans, Nudies or random skinnie's with tee's and sweaters, plus he's always accessorized well. Johny Depp should take note that you don't need to look like you just raided your mum's jewelry box.

    As for someones posting concerning Gavin Rossdales style, I see him in my neighborhood alot and he dresses like a "nob", his pants always look wide and short and his feet are big and his shoulders are all wide and his hairs lame bla bla bla...!
     
  7. Augusto86

    Augusto86 Sean Penn's Mexican love child

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    Though I think he's a complete idiot, he's got style and, more importantly, I'm in love with his girlfriend...

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    Pete Doherty is further proof that heroin chic isn't.


    For another, less preppy hip-hop look I think common looks great, although he rocks these weird hats I could never pull off.

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    As for someones posting concerning Gavin Rossdales style, I see him in my neighborhood alot and he dresses like a "nob", his pants always look wide and short and his feet are big and his shoulders are all wide and his hairs lame bla bla bla...!

    Superheroin slim isn't the only streetwear look, you know. God forbid a guy have some shoulders and dress like a man.

    Re Doherty, he looks like a corpse, and an anorexic one at that. Plus he kind of killed Dior Homme.

    Oh yeah, I nominate Wes Anderson. I'll find a good pic later. Granted, part of my affinity is derived from the costuming of his films (Max Fischer's velvet suit? Oseary Drakoulias in every outfit he wears?)
     
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    i love orlando bloom's style -- he does a good job of mixing classic shapes and making them his own with all the accessories and all the layering he does. i love how everything he wear looks so comfortable and so him.

    jude law would be second -- only because he's a little too neat. i like lived in, distressed things, but when i'm in the mood to look sharp and impeccable jude is always my inspiration.
     
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    i would say phil bush from the cazel's is preety cool and he is probably mine!
     
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    That's a distinctive and very attractive look that Common has. Is that a velvet jacket? I like the hat as well. Does anyone have more pictures of him and his style?
     
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    Augusto86 Sean Penn's Mexican love child

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    the only man who can get away with bape
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    matthew mcconauGHAY for sure.
     

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