Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
yeah the photos are good. I once lived on the Navajo reservation (long story...) and basically, they take offense to everything remotely related to them, and they probably should. They don't get any financial benefit from any of that stuff either, so they should talk about it. What people do with a lot of their motifs and stuff, pretty tacky.
i blame siki im
Chris Rock: Let's face it. White people can't box. Black people box better. Puerto Ricans... even better. It seems the lower you go on the social ladder, the better the boxer. If there's a Puerto Rican who is a good boxer, there's a Native American waiting to kick his ass.
long been popular in Japan, goes hand in hand with the Amekaji thing. I haven't really thought about it terribly deeply, but I guess at the beginner styleforummer level where somebody may go get a flannel, khakis or dry denim, some boots, then some traditional outerwear for when it's colder - that is basic Japanese Amekaji circa 1997, it was huge:
The next level I guess, guys who have EG, thom browne, any of those chambray shirts with the mix-match carpenter pockets, the more obscure American shoes that became popular in recent years - that is 'neo-Amekaji'
regular 'Amekaji' can be done by anyone and refers to a lot of things, and is supposed to be hard to mess up. Neo-Amekaji is the stuff of ridicule and quite often looks silly.
i find it soothing to listen to him talk
I'm just arranging what was already in your head for you.
I believe there's actually a study that was recently done on this
really like these Visvim pants I bought, I'm gonna pay closer attention the brand. The prices are pretty unreasonable for a lot of stuff, tho
$8000 for a leather, $600 pants, and $2000 for a down coat is insane
Hiroki is just pre-conditioning us to living life way below the Chinese ballers. haha.
I met him at the Sendai store last week, didn't know who he was until my friend who works there told me. Seemed like a very down to earth dude with a very expensive clothing line
Visvim, astronomical prices for the down to earth man.
my friend knit me a wool hat, in shape of cube. well it's not difficult, but hopefully it's got a nice 3d eye trickery to it. apparently is huge, and awaiting me in the warmth of the desert
edit: soft wooly warmth
Haha, yes, it is. Good eye. It's a personal favorite as well, though probably second to Stolen Kisses. (I've also totally tried to dress like the 1960's JPL, but without any luck. That would probably require more Parisian thrift stores than the ones you find around here).
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