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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. ClambakeSkate

    ClambakeSkate Senior member

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    Is Vetements (ex MMM) sold online or even in any brick+mortar stores anywhere? Google is not helping me.
     
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    Is it weird when you look at something for such a long time, stuff you thought were abysmally ugly in the beginning start to look really really good?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks @pickpackpockpuck.

    Yeah, I saw photos of the jeans, they're nuts. I love what they've put out so far.

    EDIT: That hoodie is so rad too. Man oh man.
     
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    Not weird at all, as established above -- but no amount of inurement will convince me that any of Visvim's fringed shaman moccasin-whatevers are anything but hideous. That article everybody was passing around recently about the guy who wore Visvims to thanksgiving dinner in the boonies was to me an unwitting satire of brand-whore narcissism.
    I love their plainish Serra/Virgil/etc boots and I can't stand any of the other things.
     
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  8. Kid Nickels

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    ^ Article is funny… shoes are still ugly.
     
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    I told my IT dept that I want this for my new phone and they think I am a bit ridiculous for wanting a fashuny thing like this.

    Also funny that when I told them "this is the case I want", IT said "dont call it a case, it is not a case"... (me) "well what is it then?"....(IT) "unsure but it is not a case."
     
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    yeah, really good stuff. i like their instagram too: http://instagram.com/vetements_official



    haha
     
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    Would love to see a Vetements mens line at some point
     
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  13. OccultaVexillum

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    What would be a better material for a beanie?
    Lambswool or Merino?
    I'm thinking Merino would be more comfortable, lambswool probably warmer (but itchy). But don't really know the diff, leaning toward merino just because i'm more familiar with it being used in socks and bandanas and tee's.
     
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    I just got an angora beanie and its great
     
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    From where? I have 2 cashmere ones but I want a higher/taller, thicker beanie and was looking at the Norse merino's. But I'm not sure if this seasons version are actually tall like they used to be.
    Angora could be dope but doesn't it pill pretty bad?
     
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    Both are nice. If higher quality, lambswool will not itch. I have a few extrafine British lambswool caps that are super soft.
     
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    still @ work lol

    wish i could've met some new people
     
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    what are you doing in san fran synth?
     
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    Wouldn't mind trying this knit. Doubt I could live with those sleeves, though.

    [​IMG]
     
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  20. LA Guy

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    That feeling when you have a bunch of stuff you want/already know the quality of, coming your way: Sophnet boots with a sidezip, Kapital Outlaw cap in navy, and custom two toned Yuketen OX DBs with an engineer's strap.
     
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