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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by lance konami, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. digital_denim

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  2. Goblin

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    "It's true. Archie was the bitch and Jughead was the butch - that's why Jughead wears that crown-looking hat all the time. He's the king of queen Archie's world."
     
  3. headtowall

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    That's terrible. It looks like these guys shop at Hot Topic.

    I especially like the Carrot Toppish guy on the far right. Anyone know what kind of face paint they use?
     
  4. dusty

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    Obviously not wearable, but I love this (esp. Pras's jacket):

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    I also love vintage hunting photographs. They've cultivated my love for brands like Filson. [​IMG]
     
  6. moosy

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    Well at the risk for annoying several people here I think Bernard-Henri LÃ[​IMG]vy has a unique style.
    Yes he wears the same thing - a black suit, a white shirt, no tie, and usually a pretty blond on his side.
    Contradicting so many forum wisdom and yet pulling it off with charisma.

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  7. Brian SD

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    That's terrible. It looks like these guys shop at Hot Topic.

    You beat me to it. There's nothing good about that picture.

    For pop music tools, Interpol and the Strokes are much better.
     
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    haha i was waiting for someone else to say it...

    nice fugees pic.
     
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    You beat me to it. There's nothing good about that picture.

    For pop music tools, Interpol and the Strokes are much better.

    interpol's Carlos D is such a sharp dresser. super mod.
     
  10. Get Smart

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    For pop music tools, Interpol and the Strokes are much better.

    my vote for pop style tools goes to Franz Ferdinand. and the Ordinary Boys, who pick their own gear and don't have the luxury of Hedi Slimane dressing them a la Franz, Rakes etc.
     
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    perfection.
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    Rather than jump on the bandwagon, I will say that, if you completely ignore the makeup and hair, the dude fourth from the left (in the moto jacket) is looking pretty good.
     
  12. headtowall

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    Nah, stay on the bandwagon. I posted that picture as a joke. [​IMG]
     
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    Well at the risk for annoying several people here I think Bernard-Henri LÃ[​IMG]vy has a unique style.
    Yes he wears the same thing - a black suit, a white shirt, no tie, and usually a pretty blond on his side.
    Contradicting so many forum wisdom and yet pulling it off with charisma.

    Attachment 507


    I really like the look of a crisp white shirt, no tie and a black suit so go Bernard! Now if you asked me what I think of the man, let's just say I would be a lot more critical.
     
  15. Hawkeye

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    Paul Simonon always dressed the best
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    much cooler than Topper's jumpsuits.
     
  16. Mr. Cellophane

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    I'm new here, but I've been looking for a jacket like that for a while. Any ideas as to what kind it is or where I could find one?
     
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    I think I liked Paul Simonon's Havana 3 AM stuff as well as any Clash solo project. I would love to have "Reach the Rock" in particular. Unfortunately, it's a bitch to find on peer-to-peer, and all my CDs were stolen about this time last year.

    Now that you've reminded me of it, I'll have to add it to my "obscure music buy list," along with the Nymphs, Kill Creek, and Big Back Forty. [​IMG]
     

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