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Ed Hardy...ugh

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Wupper, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    Straight ballin though the real playaz done moved on to christian audigier.
     
  2. jrock6

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    yea i got that and ed hardy but no smet with the born on the streets garbage
     
  3. kevnkim

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  4. why

    why Senior member

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    i see dem boyz in hoopdiez ridin wit dat shiz. repsekt.
     
  5. calbee

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    Please oh please let Ed Hardy be the nail in the coffin for graphic T's, the same way Von Dutch was for mesh trucker hats.
     
  6. calbee

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    i see dem boyz in hoopdiez ridin wit dat shiz. repsekt.


    -But to thier credit, I've been selling tons of Levi shrink to fits to thugs... Looks super tough with a fresh pair of air force ones. If they jeans bleed on the shoes, buy new ones, shit buy some new STF's too. Shit give me two pair, that's how I do all day. Chicago is a classic town though, still tons of older players still kickin the Texas Tux, a levi 501 and a matching jean jacket... We had tons of the type ones in ridgid and when those went on sale I was selling 5-10 Texas Tux's a day.
     
  7. tighty88

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    What do you guys think of the Ed Hardy stuff? It's very popular in Germany at the moment. IMO it's butt ugly and I cannot believe how expensive this crap is. A regular Tee for 130,- Euros. I think it's ridiculous.
    I am sad to say that I have at least one shirt from Ed Hardy (a gift from a 'fashion conscious' family member i won't name.) Personally, I would NEVER be seen wearing that artistic sh*tstain of a shirt, even if I had the body to do so.
     
  8. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    I love ed Hardy and all of the clothes they have, a lot of online stores have pretty good prices on the clothes and usually they will cut you personal deals if you contact them. One shop I really like is...

    http://stores.mavrikonlinestore.com/StoreFront.bok



    nice spam[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. Francis91

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    It is absolutely pathetic and quiet frankly, very sad how sub-standard quality, crappy t-shirts get so popular. These tees are the definition of "tacky" and takes the cake in all other "crappy" categories but nevertheless its still worn everywhere, by every other douchebag...who probably saw the other douchebag wearing and got one too.

    It is an invasion. Please...for the love of god, in the name of charity and good will - DON'T BUY THIS SHIT.
     
  10. mrgoodeals

    mrgoodeals Active Member

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    It looks like crap and is overpriced. You see a lot of it in L.A; though most is fake.
     
  11. Seanallen

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    Christian Audiger (sp?) has a club opening in Las Vegas pretty soon.
    It's called "When I move you move", At least the Guido's and Kissy-faced , fake tan, Bro's will have a place to Migrate and stay at.
     
  12. modagg

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    Christian Audiger (sp?) has a club opening in Las Vegas pretty soon.
    It's called "When I move you move", At least the Guido's and Kissy-faced , fake tan, Bro's will have a place to Migrate and stay at.



    Maybe this is the great Christian Audigier's "final solution". Mark them by creating clothes that only d-bags would wear. Then get them to an isolated place with promise of a "wild party", lock all the doors and then gas them by releasing massive amounts of ax body spray into the air. If you are alittle apprehensive when it comes to genocide just take a look at these pics.

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  14. WayneGibbous

    WayneGibbous Senior member

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    [​IMG] This dude is a internet icon. Where do all these pics of him come from?
     
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    Those photos would be perfect for a poster to promote the morning after pill.
     
  16. Fade to Black

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    One more note, it's funny how hip hop has changed fashion as well. You have all these garbage rappers who started wearing tr, rr and shit a year or two ago and all the youth walking around beverly center are doing the same wearing all their skull/bones motif shirts with wallet chains and all that jazz. Fucking pathetic.
    +1...Jim Jones and the like with their really baggy TR jeans and skin tight Ed Hardy t-shirts, i thought the aesthetic these brands were pushing are not "macho" enough for hip hop, yet they have managed to appropriate it. Give me Phat Farm over that crap any day. Strangely enough Michael Jackson will be collaborating with Christian Audigier on a fashion line...really curious to see how this will turn out. Like him or hate him you can't deny Michael Jackson is a true style icon. Probably a marketing thing to get him out of debt regardless, i lol'd when MJ called CA the "king of fashion." Don't think i've ever seen Michael jackson wear anything remotely close to the Ed Hardy look.
     
  17. Concepts_BLC

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    The brand has some steam behind it. When I was just out at MAGIC/POOL/PROJECT Christian AWGETOUTTAHERE had thier own trade show at Ceasers (I think, the week was a blur). I did a quick walk through and it was huge, and BUSY as anyhting. It was nuts. I heard a rumor from one of the reps about what they wrote in a day and it blew my mind. As much as I dont like it, and Concepts would never carry it, it sells all day long. From athletes, and actors, to Kissy faces, and orange tanned umpa loompa look alikes it flys off shelves quick. I got to peep the CA denim.... All I can say is brace yourselves. Its not going to be pretty and will get worse before it does better.
     
  18. AntiHero84

    AntiHero84 Senior member

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    I like tattoos. I like old school flash. I f-ing hate Ed Hardy.

    It's as if the brand is for people to scared to actually get a tattoo, but some edginess associated with the culture. The clothes always seemed garish and annoying, but after seeing their price tag, my hated has soared to a new level.

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  19. woodywoodson

    woodywoodson Well-Known Member

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    This dude is a internet icon. Where do all these pics of him come from?


    I thought they originated in an old thread in the Sherdog MMA forum.
     
  20. CharlieAngel

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    Hahaa, so glad it left LA a couple years ago though you'll still see a sprinkling of it here and there. Don't thank us!
    What? Beverly Center Macy's: Big Ed Hardy section with a fucking Ed Hardy Smartcar (one of only 100 Ed Hardy Smartcars!). Ed Hardy & Affliction are still alive and well on the Sunset Strip & Hollywood Blvd crowds. [​IMG]
     

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