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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. gong

    gong Senior Member

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    oh u looking for the mystical perfect t? keep on looking man it doesn't exist
     


  2. nicelynice

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    Ink clothing seems to have blown up
    I remember stopping by in 2011 or 2012, just a tiny room with a couple brands, now they have a huuuuge selection of everything. Guess it was perfect timing for disposable income in China
     


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    you don't need a tee to hug your midsection.
     


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    FALSE, Real McCoy's tees are the truth.
     


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    Real McCoys ball shirts, the standard shirts are quite boxy.
     


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    Really liking my tee from Jet's new company. Tapers in all the right places.
     


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    Just saw a dude in Dior Homme waxed jeans, pretty sure they're the ones from Luster. Still look cool
     


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    Is it just me, when I see the new Hermès campaign I imagine the tagline sung to the tune of Lionel Richie's "All Night Long (Fiesta Forever)"?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Because the graphic resembles the music video's art direction? Yeah, I can see that. :nodding:
     


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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I love my home projection system.
     


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    Thanks folks.
     


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    I wonder if there is truly a perfect striped t-shirt. You think you found one, then you come across another that has more or less stripes and that suddenly becomes better.
     


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    Anyone got recommendations on where to shop for lining fabrics? This is probably a more CM question but if anyone has recommendations that would be greatly appreciated. Looking to possibly get something with prints on it.
     
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    Try Lear Browne and Dunsford, which is part of Harrisons of Edinburgh.

    http://www.harrisonsofedinburgh.com/collections/lear-browne-dunsford

    Note, Harrisons will only sell to people in the trade. To buy as a consumer, you have to go through one of their distributors. For the US, that's Isles Textiles in NY.

    http://www.islestextilegroup.com/

    You can also try Ezio Giringhelli, although I don't know if they carry linings. It might be just facings.

    http://www.ghiringhelliezio.it/new/home-eng.html

    And there's D. Zinman. Although, like a lot of the options above, they may only sell to people in the trade.

    http://zinmantex.com/

    Another option is to visit a fabric store, like Mood Fabrics and Tip Top in NYC; B Black & Sons in Los Angeles; or Britex in San Francisco. They'll sell to the public. I just don't know if they have linings. If you're not in those cities, Mood, B. Black, and Britex will sell samples and lengths remotely, so you can order a sample to feel something first before ordering a length. Tip Top, as far as I know, only deals with people in-store.
     
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