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

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  1. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    I have bags and bags filled with sweet persimmons. It is nice to have fruit bearing trees every year.
     


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    Excellent, thanks for this. Did I see a Raf FW 2002 picture on his inspiration wall there?
     


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    Nowhere are the dangers of pursing the "perfect slim" fit more evident than the ToJ galleries. It floors me that people still overlook the sizing advice of the guy who designed the pattern AND countless photos of people wearing too-small ToJ pieces because of their OCD obsession with a "slim" fit.

    I understand some people legitimately need to customize a stock size, but there's so many iffy ToJ fits out there because people who didn't fall into that category insisted on playing mad scientist.
     


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    Cool stuff. Shah, I could easily see you going in this direction (and not cause you're Arabic either)
     


  6. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    :butbut: I don't know if we can be friends anymore after such a comment
    (check custom user title, no hate for arabs but das just not what i am nor what BBS half-is and not why I like it anyway)

    I posted seasonal collection here a while back I do like a lot of it, I think he's finally finding himself at least within that particular niche.

    Here's the video for SS12. It's a pretty interesting collection, but $$$$$$$$$$
    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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    Oops, that's pretty embarrassing on my part, my bad Shah! The collection sort of reminds me of the Number (N)ine collection from a few years back, the bedouin inspired one. I really liked that lookbook
     


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    sure, on this site I mainly see people with too big TOJ's looking like giant waffle ironed babies. Fat coaches trying to relieve their days as water boys. The lookbook shot is the way I would fit the new Varsity if I owned it. Most guys go the opposite direction though and end up swimming in it for the sake of the "chunky knit" that looks even worst.

    Apple for the Teacher
     


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    Thanks for posting these Shah. Never really paid attention to his collections before so nice to see all of this here. Looks interesting so far.
     


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    Boris is wearing some nice boots.

    [​IMG]
     


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    I really want some BBS now. Thanks Shah :( so much $$
     


  13. the shah

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    Haha ya there are some thhings I wouldn't mind picking up a few seasons ago there was a cooked wool wrapped vest with giant hood that looked like fun for winter. I still find it a bit too grungy though he's coming together nicely, but still prefer damir's near-androgynous fluidity
     


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    oh yeah that vest was :drool: -worthy

    i cant imagine how long it takes to get dressed in the morning if you were to wear head to toe boris :embar:
     


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