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Just so everyone knows, I was fully expecting comments such as that one.
Keep them coming because they're actually hilarious 🤣
 

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This one from Veilance is similar sans buttons/pockets.

What is your puke rating on this blazer, Phileas Fogg?
1 being projectile vomiting to 10 being a dry heave.


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Guys, I am starting to get concerned about Phileas Fogg. He normally replies at the drop of a hat.

Does anybody know if he's ok? 😟
 

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I would just send Dave a tweet, unless he was drunk he should know what he wearing. Start off with world hunger and casually mention the jacket from 2010.
 

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I don't know who made that, but it looks vaguely in the tradition of Paul Harnden. I don't think Veilance will give you a similar vibe. Veilance is very modern and almost futuristic. The suit in that video is referencing an imagined past, sort of dark avant-garde.

There's a forum called Style Zeitgeist that somewhat centers around these types of looks. It might be worth posting this video there to see if anyone has suggestions.
 

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I don't know who made that, but it looks vaguely in the tradition of Paul Harnden. I don't think Veilance will give you a similar vibe. Veilance is very modern and almost futuristic. The suit in that video is referencing an imagined past, sort of dark avant-garde.

There's a forum called Style Zeitgeist that somewhat centers around these types of looks. It might be worth posting this video there to see if anyone has suggestions.
That is extremely helpful. Thanks for taking the time to reply, and I do truly appreciate it!
 

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That is extremely helpful. Thanks for taking the time to reply, and I do truly appreciate it!
No problem! Best of luck. If you like the kind of look in that video, the Streetwear and Denim side of the board is worth a visit. People there tend to be more open-minded and the convo is much more positive.




There are a few members who are much more familiar with that kind of dark avant-garde look than me. If you want to poke around some more, Random Fashion Thoughts is a general discussion thread.




At the very least, some people there may be able to give you an idea of where to shop for such a look. I'm not as well versed in this aesthetic, so I'm of limited help. If I was to shop around for that, however, I would start with LVR and SSENSE


 

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