Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Senior member

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    my TA for a film class i took wore what seemed to be only rick and yohji
     


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    Das Racist dudes are hipsters from Brooklyn, I think they've also namedropped Rag and Bone? I'm sure the know all the fashion brands/labels, I've seen them pimp vintage varsities that look like Toj.
     


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    ahah. not to "name drop" but i actually met the beard guy (vic?) from das racist, before das racist existed (was in a band called Boy Crisis). funny/interesting guy.
     


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    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    Someone wearing solely a rick / yohji combo would be interesting to see since despite monochromatic probability there isn't a lot of silhouette synergy there, at first blush.
     


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    Yea I knew they were hipsters from brooklyn, I just started listening to shut up, dude, and it's just funny that sns herning came up first.

    Edit: they just mentioned Pocky. Azn supermarkets whatup.
     


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    you would be surprised. rick tops wit voluminous yohji skirt was her "stock in trade" look
     


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    Das Racist is like Girl Talk. It's hip hop for white college girls who feel too self-conscious to listen to "black music" but still want to seem edgy and diverse
     


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    Das Racist dudes are hipsters from Brooklyn, I think they've also namedropped Rag and Bone? I'm sure the know all the fashion brands/labels, I've seen them pimp vintage varsities that look like Toj.

    There's a song on Sit Down, Man called Fashion Party which is entirely this.

    "This garbage bag is Lahn-vahn, why you call it "Lan-vin", you people really educated out here in the Hamptons." etc etc

    ahah. not to "name drop" but i actually met the beard guy (vic?) from das racist, before das racist existed (was in a band called Boy Crisis). funny/interesting guy.

    Shit, that's where I'd seen him before. I thought that Boy Crisis guy looked familiar. Dogg do you know Wallpaper at all? They pretty much take the hipster cake but they also did a really good mix of the Boy Crisis song Fountain of Youth.
     


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    Das Racist is like Girl Talk. It's hip hop for white college girls who feel too self-conscious to listen to "black music" but still want to seem edgy and diverse

    I don't really want to have to apologize for liking goofier or poppier hip hop, does it make me a worse person if I'd rather listen to Girl Talk or A Tribe Called Quest rather than whatever thing Lil Wayne came out with this afternoon?
     


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    I don't really want to have to apologize for liking goofier or poppier hip hop, does it make me a worse person if I'd rather listen to Girl Talk or A Tribe Called Quest rather than whatever thing Lil Wayne came out with this afternoon?
    I have no idea why you'd lump Tribe in with Girl Talk. Really. Do you also listen to 3oh3?
     


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    Triple postin for another Das Racist quote:
    "This vintage Nautica jacket from when I was like 12, this shit is fly though, all with the white racing stripe only down one side... get em 12 year old me."
     


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    I have no idea why you'd lump Tribe in with Girl Talk. Really.

    Do you also listen to 3oh3?


    Fuck no man 3oh3 is dumb and boring and not in a good way.

    I mean Tribe is another one that white people listen to when they want more digestible hip hop. Not nearly to the same degree as Girl Talk, but the demographic is definitely there. Nonstop cowboy boots and Humpty Dance t shirts.
     


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    me and mrobideaux were going to fashion week parties with some of his friends and this guy vic and his bandmate started talking to us in front of some party. after that day i never saw him or his boy crisis bandmate again.

    i like shock g, he was good on 5 on it rmx.

    i just watched a 3oh!3 music video. this is interesting to say the least. who listens to them? 12-15 year olds?
     


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    Das Racist is like Girl Talk. It's hip hop for white college girls who feel too self-conscious to listen to "black music" but still want to seem edgy and diverse

    lol wut. trolling? where are you going with this dude, most college girls 1) would not be into das racist on a pretty shallow catchiness-radio-friendly-sound basis, 2) not getting their jokes/references/appreciating their wit etc and 3) are not anything bordering on self-concious when it comes to pop music or rap; 4) das racist does not seem edgy to anyone as far as I know. where do you/did you go to school?

    Also girl talk remixes dance pop and radio hip hop with largely guitar driven classic rock and indie? wouldn't call that hip hop. [​IMG] also lol at racial projection, girl talk is just fun party music, why so serious
     


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    i just watched a 3oh!3 music video. this is interesting to say the least. who listens to them? 12-15 year olds?

    Yeah mostly. They got super big at my high school for a while, it was bizarre. Blows my mind that every single song has the same four-chord progression but whatever, at that age I think it's more important to have something angry and vaguely swaggy to latch on to than to be all well versed in your genres of choice. If music is even your deal.
     


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