Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Can't find any live JPOP shows?
Are you in Tokyo now? Suishou no fune + maher shalal hash baz for 2000 yen incl a drink next week! I'd go if I was there.
Unfortunately any show with international bands costs like 6000+ yen...
how about drinks before, during and after. that kinda week...
who bought the schneider giant scarf wrap blanket from project8 -- I had great plans
Women's margiela tends to be really good, at least from the last couple seasons. These are from the season before (ss12): (clicky)
I think my latest crush is Audrey Hepburn. I just watched Roman Holiday
No, not really. Sorry. I can't remember why I first came here.
you can have first dibs on my ute blanket scarf if i dont find good use for it
What's the appeal of schneider? SF seems nuts over it but I can't tell why from pics (aside from a couple cool-looking coats).
That sums up Schneider in a nut shell. You really need to see it in person to appreciate the love. Fabrics are the biggest draw. Check out his winter coats this year for instance. It's basically two pieces in one: coat and a knit.
How does one explain the appeal of anything? If it doesn't appeal to you, then it's just not for you. It's like arguments over why a woman is attractive to some and not others... these go nowhere.
I am personally now a huge fan of Schneider - I like the color palettes, the texture mix, the knits, the quality of materials, the silhouettes....
price point is competitive. fairly easy to wear
colourblocking patterns are dope
Not really what I meant. I haven't seen it in person, so I was assuming there was something really nice about it that can't be gleaned from a picture. Sort of like how most Margiela stuff looks pretty boring in photos but is great in the flesh.
I disagree with tonio - I think SS looks great in pictures already. The look book photos are very appealing to me - they were before I touched a piece
His custom textiles are really something you have to handle in person to truly appreciate.
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