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Project NYC / The Collective


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Mar 9, 2006
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Anyone go to Project this week? Anyone going to The Collective next week?

I went to the Project today and didn't find too much exciting new stuff. Some good standards (nudie, earnest sewn).

If I look at one more new line of t-shirts I'm going to barf.

Buffalo jeans is intriguing although I am not sure why... I was surprised by Ecko's Cut and Sew. He had some really cool stuff (clothing - not denim) and it was not urban at all. If you didn't know who the designer was, you'd never guess it was Ecko.

Earnest Sewn's cut and sew was pretty nice also.

Apricot Tree looked cool (never heard of them before). Martini Ranch looked cool after a pass by. It looked like a couple of Indian people with cool western clothes?!?! The western shirts had some neat designs. (I am a sucka for a western shirt)

Awesome leather belts by Bill Adler Designs. Not sure of the quality.

Hickey was there and had a modern twist on the shirt and sport coat.

Anyone ever hear of these brands or have any thoughts if you went to the show?

575 Denim? Triple 5 Soul? Warhol Factory x levi's? Anyone? Anyone?

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