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Random fashion thoughts - Part II (A New Hope)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, May 15, 2015.

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  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    The obvious answer is to mix and match the boots, which seems like a very Needles thing, but which I can see being a Visvim thing as well.
     

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    Guys, I have about an hour and a half in NYC (near Port Authority) and I want to pick up some stuff for family (grandparents, etc.) back home in Asia. Bit last minute, I know. Any suggestions? Thanks!
     

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    indesertum Stylish Dinosaur

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    That area is a wasteland. You want to take something back home tho? I would imagine food won't last long.

    Oh wait the nepenthes shop is close by. Like a street or two over.

    Also if you still want food of some kind I would buy a bunch of bombolini from Sullivan Street Bakery on 47th street. Also a sour cream Apple pie from the little pie company.

    Oh. I have a better idea. The Maison du chocolat in Rockefeller center is a few avenues over and a little north. I would get some chocolates and macarons.

    I would go to shake shack for you tho
     
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    Levi's, chocolate truffles, almonds, multi-vitamins

    I'm not kidding, Asian people value the weirdest things
     

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    @willy cheesesteak I actually considered it LOL... if only it would survive the 14 hour plane trip

    @indesertum & @t3hg0suazn chocolate sounds like a great idea, thanks for the recs! My initial plan was to hit up Mast Bros. in Brooklyn, but they'll be closed by the time I get there :(
     

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    man I'm so tired of seeing the phrase "has a lot of life left," a hoodie isn't a car where it'll just stop working one day. And I assume the worst that can happen to a sneaker is the sole wearing out. If something actually falls apart then it probably wasn't well constructed in the first place and not due to extended wear.
     

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    Oh yeah those three were great. Albator wasn't very age-appropriate though, although we didn't really care.

    As for Cabu, RIP grand Duduche.
     

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    Someone know what the Joyce tag is about?

    [​IMG]

    I've seen other pics that have a Made in Italy tag there.
     

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    That's got to be a really old cardigan. Jil was guest designed by James Joyce back in the 30s.
     

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    cyc wid it Stylish Dinosaur

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    B!CD coming through as always. Haha well... FW'07
     

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