Junya Watanabe fw11 + ss11

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kwoyeu, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. kwoyeu

    kwoyeu Senior member

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    I really dislike this thread. I won't be buying anything from S/S 11, it's not that strong and I own enough at 7/8 jackets alone. I will however be buying the red knit blazer the day that it drops.
    and i will be buying the grey knit blazer the day it drops![​IMG] i'm serious going to just save up for a couple of things I want each season, pay retail, and be done. shit is exhausting also considering this one on ebay, would fit me perfectly in the shoulders but probably a little too long (measured from top of collar, to be sure but still). would you say it would be a good buy? i noticed that this blazer has been bumping around various b&s for over a year now.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    Have my eye on one of these.
     


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    FW is fucking fantastic
     


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    Would kop any piece from FW without hesitation, the only problem is I'm in the fucken tropics [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    Would kop any piece from FW without hesitation, the only problem is I'm in the fucken tropics [​IMG] [​IMG]

    I hear you. Going back to Malaysia in a few months, and can't see myself wearing anything more than T-shirts and jeans etc. Even then, will probably sweat just walking around outside.
     


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    and i will be buying the grey knit blazer the day it drops![​IMG] i'm serious going to just save up for a couple of things I want each season, pay retail, and be done. shit is exhausting

    also considering this one on ebay, would fit me perfectly in the shoulders but probably a little too long (measured from top of collar, to be sure but still).

    would you say it would be a good buy? i noticed that this blazer has been bumping around various b&s for over a year now.


    You may want to stick with band. Junya requires a proper wardrobe to support each piece ad frankly from what I've seen you don't have much it'd work with, but do you.
     


  7. Razele

    Razele Senior member

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    Wow man

    When I started kopping ill ish I had nothing that it would go with, tonight I wore navy irish handknit shawl collar robe with a medium blue hidden placket button up, raw jawnz and brown margiela side zips, I had like nothing 18 months ago

    We all gotta start somewere. I can honestly remember the first designer piece I kopped, raf simons metallic graphic neck knit, changed my life.
     


  8. kwoyeu

    kwoyeu Senior member

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    You may want to stick with band. Junya requires a proper wardrobe to support each piece ad frankly from what I've seen you don't have much it'd work with, but do you.

    point taken, thank you. i'm trying to build a wardrobe that consists of mmm/raf/jil/dries/vb/etc. (=jet-approved lol) on the one hand and more classic/preppy/americana/biz casual/colorful brands (boo/tb/ervell.. elevated j.crew some might say?) on the other with an eye towards mixing elements from both. i was hoping that some of the tamer junya pieces (at least the ones I'm thinking of buying) can be easily integrated into the second category (and perhaps even the first in some cases) but i might be wrong. i definitely don't have more junya pieces to support the non-tame junya pieces, that's for sure
     


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    gululv Senior member

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    Haha, model indeed look sick as well.
     


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    It's always a pain in the ass (and to the wallet) to build from scratch a consistent wardrobe.
    But it's like everything else, the more you know and learn, the more in need for more you feel. Damn.
     


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    Can't believe my cardi hasn't sold
     


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    whatever123 Senior member

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    Can't believe my cardi hasn't sold

    if it was larger and $100 less i would have already bought it.
     


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    if it was larger and $100 less i would have already bought it.
    seconded ;P Kvc : you should stop posting now, sexy number. [​IMG]
     


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    Fits like a M
    no way it'll ever be $225 though :p
    I'm gonna make my posts up to 2011 and than not post until 2012
     


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    Fits like a M
    no way it'll ever be $225 though :p
    I'm gonna make my posts up to 2011 and than not post until 2012


    all these posts should be drops on the junya cardi [​IMG]
     


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