Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
you drunk ese?
Seriously though ipods look like the Braun T3 pocket radio, iphone 4 looks like the monolith
wow unlike quoddy, filson seems to have only asian workers at their Seattle factory. iirc, are there a lot of Asian immigrants in Seattle?
thanks, they look good!
im actually thinking of asking unlucky/others to make a laptop sleeve. any consensus on veg tanned leather sleeve?
a little early, even for me. give me 8 hours.
I cant believe people are defending the AItor Umbro shit. Its a fucking track jacket. Congratulations. Taped seams. Athletic gear has had taped seams forever
maybe if it transformed into a fucking fighter jet or something, instead of maybe keeping your chin warm
See Aitor is totally capable of shit like that. Thats part of why its so disappointing. Didnt he go to St Martens too? and have his entire thesis collection bought?
Same start as McQueen and by this point in McQueens career he was already producing incredible full collections.
I'm not sure I care about a collection. More that I care even less about an Umbro track jacket with his name on it. Maybe there's outside resistance; maybe he's trying or wanting to do things that just make too much sense to be realistic.
I do agree with you about the collection mode of fashion is useless. Thats part of what made early Margiela na dPoell et al so good. Subverting that model.
This is some real shit, I'm bored with the everything everywhere copy+paste model of production. Please write a novel so it can change my life.
ugh, yes please.
Congratulations. You've just discovered that made in the USA/Italy/Canada/any first world country, with notable exceptions, means "made primarily by Chinese labor in another country."
synth needs to write a book.
wait to show how unbiased you are? lol
anyways, lol @ teger..
its obvious jobs should be credited with revolutionizing the computer world/technology. However, pixar..I guess did a lot also, but did someone seriously go as far to say toy story, changed the world? I dunno, I would feel pretty disappointed if that were true, since there are so many amazing movies out there.
Damir for remake of Dune
Yohji for remake of Throne of Blood
Spurr for remake of Blow Up
Raf for remake of Star Trek
Thom Browne for remake of A Clockwork Orange
Paul Smith for remake of Quadrophenia
Sternberg for remake of Masculin Feminin (BoO being more appropriate for teeny boppers than thugs, French or otherwise)
Also, best piece I've read about Steve Jobs's legacy: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/newsdesk/2011/10/steve-jobs-ken-auletta.html
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