Nom de Guerre F/W 2010

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  1. dibadiba

    dibadiba Affiliate Vendor

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    turned into pic because that scar is awesome. It's like some Rwandan refugee escaped to europe and became a model

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  2. c00kz

    c00kz Senior member

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    I liked their previous ones with the big, furry boots though. Looked great and did its job well, I wanted every other piece they put out because of the way they were shown worn. The colors were the best part esp the sky blues and ivory and oatmeals, if they're doing that again b&w shots are a shame
     


  3. theom-

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    You can barely see the clothes. Does not look like stuff I would buy.
     


  4. Souper

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    slim surplus stuff describes it best... won't be buying anything. really miss the fw stuff 2-3 years ago.

    i'm sure there will be a sweater or 2 worth buying at 70 off.
     


  5. puddin

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    Is this a lookbook for the models or the clothes? Cause you can't see anything but the collars. Some of this stuff might be cool, but there's no way to tell.
     


  6. Django

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    Is this a lookbook for the models or the clothes? Cause you can't see anything but the collars. Some of this stuff might be cool, but there's no way to tell.

    They usually do two look books per season, one that is highly stylized, the other runway shots with item names. Not sure why it's not out at the same time though.
     


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    They usually do two look books per season, one that is highly stylized, the other runway shots with item names. Not sure why it's not out at the same time though.

    It's just a teaser for the season
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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  9. Souper

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  10. thats.mana

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    ^^I can't make out any details the pics are so dark, hell I can barely see the models.
     


  11. Fycus

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    Everything looks pretty good, but the photography is horrible and it's hard to make out the clothes. Whats the point of doing a lookbook if you can't see what you want to buy...
     


  12. mellowfellow

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    ^The collection is not in store yet, once it's in store they will update their product page online. You will see the clothes better.
     


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    also a video that correlates with the collection ... pretty cool.

     


  15. macuser3of5

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    can't youtube at work... is it cod5 gameplay?
     


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