Random fashion thoughts

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

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    I'm only going to pay attention to the Frank Leder thread now. I hope it's at least two seasons before it sucks.
     


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    Thanks, Uncle.
     


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    got some visvim boots, a w. mountaineering geometric jacket, and an eg floral shirt. Spring/summer outdoors here i come!!!
     


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    words with friends is controlling my life

    challenge me! same user id
     
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    Namor needs to buy 1873218974298 more Aldens so he can out-Uncle the current uncle of Alden thread, Mac.
     


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    So good, poast a fit


    Dude, WWF is nothing compared to Scramble with Friends, I see letter grids when I close my eyes at night
     


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    whats the difference, reedo!
     


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    Why do my RRL tops make me look jacked? I thought that it was just the heavier fleeces, but the thermal henleys I have do the same thing. I look a full 15 lbs bigger through the chest and shoulders compared to anything else I have. I think that I'll put them in my "man" pile, for when I really need to look more manly.
     


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    Scramble is like Boggle, or so I'm told (never played Boggle). It's a lot more frenzied than WWF, and I think it forces you to think a bit harder as well. Also, it's really humiliating when you first start lol
     


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    tuned as hell. the seams on some of the rick pieces are really interesting and wouldn't be the easiest to make. I have some hi-res pictures of a rick tank for when you're ready.
     


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    I have a knit sweater from Acne that does exactly the same, no idea what it is about it that gives of that effect.
     


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    Issey Miyake "seashell" coat, s/s 85

    "Consistently attentive to cloth's interplay with the human body, by 1985 Issey Miyake was becoming more artificial in his dimensionality, building architectural shapes and infusing the structures of his textiles with permanence and solidity. Miyake manufactured several heat-embossing and texturing processes through the Miyake Design Studio collective (established in 1970) and, alongside designer Makiko Minagawa, manipulated knitwear and synthetics after a garment was constructed by infusing pleats and bumps into otherwise tranquil weaves. The "Seashell" coat, also sometimes referred to as the "Shell-knit," is one of his most celebrated and independently iconic creations, with a heat-pleating post-process that coincides with the bands of color in the initial knit design. The organic architecture of the "Seashell" coat, as well as the visual splendor of alternate red, lavender, and pink stripes running between elegant gray ribbing, seems inspired by the designer's 1969 apprenticeship with cloth sculptor and design genius Geoffrey Beene."


    And a few shots of Issey's work by Irving Penn:

    pleated dress
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