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Random fashion thoughts - Part II (A New Hope)

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

  1. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    Where are the best places to buy Nonnative? Coverchord either never stocks size 4 or sell out straight away. Haven and Maas is the same, Mohawk hasn't been buying the good stuff lately and End is hit and miss with sizes and stock. Are there any other good places? I'm guessing the JP stores generally won't have 4's.
     
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    To: @Parker RE: 'Authentically' 'Branding' No Man Walks Alone Packaging

    @Parker ,

    We've got a new 'project' 4 u and need some design work done on 'rebranding' our packaging [via 'sustainable' eco-friendly recycled vibes]. Was wondering if u thought mancrate boxes were chill or if they r 2 ' basic-bro-stream' [via bacon mustache duct-tape-wave appealing to the 'suburbanites'] Just looking 2 stay 'relevant' in teh current menswear landscape
     
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  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    A for effort.
     
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    Roden Gray?
     
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  6. OccultaVexillum

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    Nah RodenGray rarely carry anything over an L equivalent in anything :(
    Nonnative shops I know:
    Roden
    Haven
    End
    Mohawk
    Maas
    Covercord
    It doesn't seem like oki-ni carry it anymore. And all of those places don't stock 4's or only pick up 1 or 2 pieces and sell out instantly b
     
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    It depends... :)

    For the past few weeks the South East of the UK has been unseasonably mild - around 48-55 Farenheit (8-13c), so mild that Daffodils that shouldn't be flowering until March are out in places. That sort of temperature looks like holding for a while.

    Typically January is more like 42-46F, but you can get cold snaps... :) Where it can be around freezing.
     
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    Are people still buying artisanal brands?
     
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    Only artisanal donuts.
     
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  11. nicelynice

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    Ordered two John Elliott tees, took them 10 days to ship them out, $35 in shipping, $20 in customs fees, but damn, these tees are perfect. I like my shirts with a tight neck and a little extra length - the Classic Crew is a good cut. The texture on the Co-Mix fabric has a wonderful texture and I hope the 28% polyester helps it keep its shape. These might replace AA tri-blends as my favorite non-cotton shirt - we'll have to see how they hold up in the wash cycle

    Really happy with these and the James Perse ones I picked up as well. Man, I love black t-shirts
     
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  12. kashmir

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    does John Elliott have oversized tees? been looking for t-shirts with dropped shoulder, slightly longer (and oversized?) body, possibly heavier/ more structured material
     
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    Did the collab feature any slip-ons?

    I don't see H&M stamped on the insole and I wouldn't expect H&M shoes to look that decent; what makes you think they are from the H&M collection?
     
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    They look like the loafers from the H&M collection. You wouldn't be able to see the H&M logo on the insole in the Yoox pics anyway.

    FWIW I'm not interested in buying these - they're not even my size - I just found the thought of Yoox reselling ebay flipper markups amusing.

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    Spotted Dries on Gotham again
     
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    If you had to choose only one brand for your entire wardrobe, what would it be and why.
     

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