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

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  1. scott.m

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    Man, I've been kind of bored with my purchases lately, looking to cop something wildly different. Harnden blazer?
     


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    looolz. you know fools are going to buy that thing, too. so stupid

    And the book and the hat and so on. Kind of a good marketing touch to include it in the first place though, balancing the GQ image seems like it would be basically impossible but a 40 dollar shitty grinder is a perfect item to toss onto a buy list for them.

    What do you all take to the beach though? I always just did a towel and a paperback, no trunks or shades or anything, but I'd be curious to see how the forum does it.
     


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    Man, I've been kind of bored with my purchases lately, looking to cop something wildly different. Harnden blazer?
    Geoffrey B Small perhaps? He did invent the reversible jacket (according to him), sort of in line with your Junya stuff? edit - not that I can really talk about designer gear with any sort of authority
     


  4. scott.m

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    For some weird reason I thought you would have a reply to that. Geoffrey B small is someone I haven't really looked into. I wanna cop some sick shoes and then next is another new blazer. could be harnden, EG, anything man.
     


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    Pretty sure his drug of choice was heroin, and he did have aids for mad long

    so that's why his name was Heron? makes sense. i was just quoting rick james.
     


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    btw Teger what's the coolest thing to do in RVA.
     


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    nothing swiill ever replace getting drunk its bthe best shitf or me ever...fuseriously



    halo pants look like senior citizen diapers, not dick ovens level
     


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    you misspelled Owens
     


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    For some weird reason I thought you would have a reply to that. Geoffrey B small is someone I haven't really looked into. I wanna cop some sick shoes and then next is another new blazer. could be harnden, EG, anything man.

    I could see you in Vivienne Westwood.
     


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    you misspelled Owens

    smh
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    hope they're not as terrible as your other locs
     


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    Geoffrey B Small perhaps? He did invent the reversible jacket (according to him), sort of in line with your Junya stuff? edit - not that I can really talk about designer gear with any sort of authority
    See, I respect the guy (he makes some really beautiful clothing and he obviously knows what he's doing), but he makes some pretty bold claims on his website. Like, I'm not sure what he even means when he says that he pioneered the use of "holes". Nice clothes, though, and I respect that he puts in such a huge effort to make ecologically responsible clothing.
    I could see you in Vivienne Westwood.
    Speaking of Vivienne Westwood, where you can get her menswear stuff in North America (aside from the LA store)? Do Barney's or Bergdorf carry it?
     


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    What do you all take to the beach though?

    towel, gin, joint, music, book, frisbee sometimes, shorts/boxer briefs

    you misspelled Owens

    lulz
     


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