Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
still rockin this vest bro?
A square halo over His head, He is the Grid god...
Pretty sure that whole outift is Givenchy
That Kanye, always pushin it to the limit musically and fashionally!!
There was a proxy thread in the old B&S http://www.styleforum.net/t/76012/the-proxy-thread-i-gotz-da-hookupz/525
I live in europe, so if you haven't found one yet, I can probably do it.
I really do not understand, why people need shit like rapha etc. just to ride a bicycle to and from work, I live in Copenhagen and have all of my life and I see maybe 10000 people cycling around everyday and I have never seen anyone wearing purpous build cycling pant or jacket, unless they are fully kitted out to ride the Giro.
yeah ive looked into it. its changed a lot since those rice knit thermals. i have one cardi which i like but i dont think ill be purchasing timmy h stuff atm
I really don't understand people that don't understand people that buy shit like rapha etc... Of course you don't need it, like you don't need 99% of the shit people on this site post about. But some of the stuff is nice (some of it is ludicrous) and serves a purpose. Why should I have to chose between regular stuff and retarded full on spandex ?
The main complain ppl usually have about brands like that is that they're expensive, which I can understand. But it won't hold on SF or any other place where people already blow tons of cash on clothes.
The tweed softshell jacket is pretty cool.
Really considering buying a few tech ninja pieces, trying out that aesthetic for a bit (2)
Those two blogs are sort of an idea of what I'd be going for, but this is basically perfection:
yea Aitor Throup is on another plane of tech ninja though
Is that the brand from the photo? I wasn't sure, I was thinking Undercover or something
take your time dear lad, tis a long journey from the shire of duffle coats to the grim fallout you seek
yeah it's the designer; save for a couple of pants none of that stuff was ever made available for purchase afaik
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