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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    Isn't willy internet famous?

    Dude eats he best
     
  2. snowmanxl

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    I know he is good friends with Conan :D
     
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    Agree with lmao. The yang li boots are made by cheaney and sons which are good quality but prob a tier below trickers.
     
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    @MarkI, there's:

    2nd Floor on Clinton
    67 Clinton St
    Btwn Stanton St & Rivington St
    (212) 529-6900

    Apotheke
    9 Doyers St
    Off Bowery by the post office
    (212) 406-0400

    Jacques 1534
    20 Prince St
    Btwn Elizabeth St & Mott St
    (212) 966-5073

    Figure 19
    131 1/2 Chrystie St
    Btwn Broome St & Delancey St
    (located behind the gallery space)

    The Mulberry Project
    149 Mulberry St
    Btwn Grand St & Hester St
    (646) 448-4536

    Angel’s Share
    Village Yokocho
    8 Stuyvesant St
    Btween Cooper Sq & 9th St
    (212) 777-5415

    Mayahuel
    304 E 6th St
    Btwn 2nd Ave & 1st Ave
    (212) 253-5888

    Barramundi
    67 Clinton St
    Btwn Rivington St & Stanton St
    (212) 529-6999

    Death & Co.
    433 E 6th St
    Btwn Ave A & 1st Ave
    (212) 388-0882

    Lantern's Keep
    49 W 44th St
    Btwn 6th Ave & 5th Ave
    (212) 453-4287

    Bar Centrale
    324 W 46th St
    Btwn 8th Ave & 9th Ave
    (212) 581-3130
     
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  5. MarkI

    MarkI Senior member

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    Thanks brotha, been to most of those, and Elsa as well which you edited out, but they're moving to a new space currently, which is unfortunate, I liked that place a lot for dates.

    I suppose those names always pop out because they are the best places to go. I think Apotheke is going to be my choice this time around, girls love that place.
     
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  6. nicelynice

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    I'm going to Aoyama to look at Paul Harnden long macs right now - I think they got one in each size.
    If I don't make it back, my wife has killed me for even thinking about buying one
     
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  7. spacepope

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    i too will be in nyc

    so far i have Hotoveli, DSM, IF, Patron, Nepenthes, and Idol on the list of places to visit. Where else?
     
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  8. Guy Burgess

    Guy Burgess Senior member

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    tokio 7 for second hand stuff - obviously it's hit and miss but you never know.
     
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  9. artishard116

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    I'd add INA to this category as well
     
  10. Guy Burgess

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    I didn't mention them as they have a strong web presence and its harder to find good deals but you're right, they do have a lot of stuff.
     
  11. nicelynice

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    $3000 lol

    They were $1600 two years ago

    i still want one, there's a hold for the one in my size for a week so hopefully the dude buys it
     
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  12. superego

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    need to get my ma-1 game on
     
  13. Guy Burgess

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    Your reaction is exactly the same as mine. I wish I'd bought one ages ago now. Cannot believe the price of all these brands now, I love my local shop that stocks this stuff but I really can't justify retail for this.

    Oh and the print shirts have doubled in price too, insane.
     
  14. LonerMatt

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    Had a similar experience on the weekend lusting for $900 pants and talking with thatoneguy about $1600 pants.

    So good, but so exxy.

    So easy to justify.
     
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  15. thatoneguy

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    but I realllly want those pants
     
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  16. pickpackpockpuck

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    i thought the monk comment was pretty funny
     
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  18. pickpackpockpuck

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    Anything else good at this spot? It's literally around the corner from my office. Have to check it out.

    Today for lunch I had the spicy & sour lamb dumplings from Xian, which is pretty close by. So goooood.

    I think my favorite Japanese curry is Go Go Curry. It's kinda cheap and kitschy and obviously not as sophisticated as Curry-ya, but I don't even care. The curry flavor and hot sauce are just spot on for me. Curry-ya is still awesome though.
     
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  19. GraphicNovelty

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    Sticky rice from Shanghai cafe is pretty good. Besides that, i've found it to be just ok besides the soup dumplings (which are totally amazing), though that might be my own personal taste.

    Bossanova ramen is also right there. I got a pretty good cup of cold beet/roasted garlic noodles at smorgasburg this sunday and it was weird but pretty good and I want to check out their main store.

    X'ian is good (been to the one on the UWS) but so goddamn heavy. I can't imagine eating there for lunch during the workweek.
     
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