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New Thai Ivy/prep brand

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Crimson Red, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. Crimson Red

    Crimson Red Member

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    It seems that there is an attempt at cultivate Ivy/Prep look in my homeland, though the style is still far from the likes of PRL, Gant, BB and Hilfiger.

    http://www.royalivyregatta.com/index.php

    Any opinions?
     
  2. wj4

    wj4 Senior member

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    You're referring to Hilfiger now and not the heavily logo'd style from the 90s right? Anything is better than the luxury labeled trend the Hi So crowd is in. I can't wear anything more than a shirt and shorts when I go back to the homeland though. Just too humid and hot.
     
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  3. Crimson Red

    Crimson Red Member

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    Indeed, I refer to the current Hilfiger. 1990s style was hideous, though not as nightmare as 1970s. 1960s style has been the finest (i.e. Madmen).

    As for the homeland, I think Summer/Spring Ivy league look/preppy is still applicable; Madras or seersucker button downs, bermuda shorts, weejuns, topsiders as examples.
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2013

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