Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Did The Corner not carry the camel Raf sweater?
also i dont know what to buy my gf for the holidays. the problem is that we live together and are both poor, so i think she'd be like 'why didn't you just spend this money on food or paying our bills!!!!'
i just had a conversation with my gf about this. we live together, we have everything we need. we agreed upon a nice dinner and nothing else.
just ordered some @OakStBootmakers Camp Boots as an Xmas present to me. Have heard wonderful things about them.
stop baiting whatever123
"For most of the last century, America’s cultural landscape—its fashion, art, music, design, entertainment—changed dramatically every 20 years or so. But these days, even as technological and scientific leaps have continued to revolutionize life, popular style has been stuck on repeat, consuming the past instead of creating the new."
Haven't read through the article yet, but I suspect it wouldn't take more than a minute or two to debunk this.
Whatever you do, don't sell your pocket watch to pay for the purchase of a set of nice combs.
The main gist of his argument is that humans have a limited capacity to accept change in their lives and that given the considerable technological progress made within the past two decades it is no surprise that culturally America is similar compared to the decade prior. However, his line of reasoning presupposes that the culture is indeed similar to begin with. Purely on the music front, early 90s pop sounds laughably dated compared to even early Green Day. I think all of us here know the difference between our decade and the 90s in terms of clothing fit and silhouette too.
The final nail in the coffin however, is that his line of reasoning does not account for 1910s-1930s and 1950s-1970s. Both time periods had both massive technological and cultural change, unless going from air gliders to war planes and then going to the moon count as 'minor' changes.
YSL pants + yuketen = teh ultimate combo
am only one who thinks this is terrible ?
no, it is terrible. also every time i hear rick owens talk about his "philosophy" or whatever i want to never ever hear about him again
now i'm disinclined to buy those duckshadow shorts ........................... if he can't help himself how can he help me
Teg howbout some homemade stuff? I don't know, meaningful necklace or bracelet or something? Even earrings? cookbooks to use together?
it works for him because he's so, so ugly
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