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dior homme raws 19cm- to buy italian or japanese denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by masterpp, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. masterpp

    masterpp Well-Known Member

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    hey guys what would you get- the japanese or italian denim in 19cm dior raw denims.

    ta
     


  2. J-Shock

    J-Shock Well-Known Member

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    Try to get Japanese denim. Thats what i have and they are amazing. There was a thread in the other sf about this. Some people swore that the Japanese denim was better. Some said it was all a myth. Depending on the season, the denim was the same but the location they 'made' the jean changed.

    Anyways i love my Japanese Dior raws
     


  3. Johnny5

    Johnny5 Senior Member

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    i agree the denim is luxurious.....
     


  4. Fuuma

    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    hey guys what would you get- the japanese or italian denim in 19cm dior raw denims.

    ta


    My advice would be to stop posting about them and buy a pair already, you're not gonna learn much more than you know now, you'll get a lot of conflicting views and frankly it doesn't matter that much. Anyway if you can't see and try the jeans in person you're taking a chance that the fit/size/denim is not what you wanted and there is no way somebody will be able to help you with that.
     


  5. minya

    minya Senior Member

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    I'm pretty sure this guy is jean_connosieur aka Dior x Eternal aka Studio D'artisan x LVC.
     


  6. Fuuma

    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    I'm pretty sure this guy is jean_connosieur aka Dior x Eternal aka Studio D'artisan x LVC.

    I'm not too familiar with jean_connaisseur, he likes it the imaginary collabo?

    As for masterpp I don't really care if he's an alias or not, he asks questions and that's fine, I just don't see how, with the wealth of info here and on superfuture about dior, he could get more out of this thread except additional points of views that won't really be helpful for such a generic question (ie tell me what to buy and why).
     


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    I have a fit question concerning Dior Homme jeans. Is there any chance that it'll fit someone with muscular thighs, or is it just for those with lanky legs?

    My Eternals size 34 is the tightest thing my thighs and calves will ever fit in, though I can go down in waist size. Do I have a chance at a Dior Homme pair? If and when I do get one, it would be a blind purchase online.

    Not that I'm going to buy one this year, but I'd like to cross it off my list of must-haves now [​IMG]
     


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