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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    I think they were around 800 iirc.
     


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    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    I think they were around 800 iirc.

    Damn $1150 here [​IMG] . Asian prices always fail except for Japanese designer (in Japan).
     


  4. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I know Nicole casually, and I've met Eunice Lee a few times. Nicole is definitely more aggressive than Eunice. I get along with Nicole, but she is definitely much more blunt than a lot of people, men or women, in the men's contemporary industry. I use the specific term, because the norms vary between different areas. Definitely, in men's contemporary, which is where Blackbird mainly resides, it's not cool to be, or at least seem, overly aggressive. As a result, everyone has an opinion about Nicole, some good, and some bad. In this case, at least, I don't think that a gendercentric analysis would be accurate.

    There are aggressive guys in the business, and people know who they are as well. It's not just approach either. It's substantive things like the terms that people demand, etc...
     


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  9. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Du looks dope. Baller. Steezin' all over dem other bishes.

    I agree, save for the section about the inauthentic self springing from abuse.

    I think it depends on how you interpret the term abuse. Interpreted broadly, abuse could simply signify transgressions against the authentic self.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    Then why don't you post your awesome thought provoking romantic/intellectual fits there?

    Abercrombie and TOJ have lots of depth, bro.
     


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    At least people there are willing to critically engage their clothing choices on a conceptual level rather than just be like "i'm so baller du"

    we never have thoughtful posts like this:
    http://stylezeitgeist.com/forums/sho...ostcount=33168
    that get thoughtful responses like this:
    http://stylezeitgeist.com/forums/sho...ostcount=33169


    I don't like making this out to an US vs them type of thing, but I've brought this up countless times. Yah, its funny to make fun of plebes who buy shitty shoes here, but I also think there should be room for healthy discussion. It doesn't have to be overanalyzing or anything of the sort. Just peoples thoughts on things.

    The last time I brought this up I have someone just spit out an ad hominem as usual. Just look at this debate about this chick who works at blackbird. People like to say we don't overanalyze clothes, but look at how people are overanalyzing a certain womans personality [​IMG]
     


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    ^ Could you take a medium in a Junya Summer 2007 knit jumper, Scott?
     


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    edit nvm. Jet and i both think the other is a pathetic loser based solely on their behavior on the internet. There's no reason to get into a catty slapfight.
     


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    ^ Could you take a medium in a Junya Summer 2007 knit jumper, Scott?

    Willing to take a chance, pm me deets my friend?
     


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