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Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by aj_del, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. comrade

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    Spoken like a true descendant of the sturdy peasantry!
     
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    and out of clothes he looks....? [​IMG]
     
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    :D You know what he meant.
     
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    ...thin and small-boned.
     
  5. lasbar

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    At best.
     
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  6. Ich_Dien

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    This is NF reading these comments:

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  7. Kaplan

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    Asking for a friend, can anyone identify these shades?


    Please disregard shirt-pulled-through-hole-in-breast-pocket ;-)
     
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    Thank you N. Have you talked to this guy (I'm guessing you were there at the same time?) and know if they're that model? 'Cos his looks like they have a broader bridge and different metal detailing on the hinges, from the the ones in the link. Maybe it's the same make but his are an older model...
     
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    I thought the same thing...:)
     
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    No, I'm sorry. You're right about the metal detailing, it's probably not the same frame. Frames of that form in that size are somewhat unusual though. I'm quite sure that the Garrett one is the same size (and it's a nice frame all around).
     
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    Alright; if that exact model proves elusive these might be close enough - thanks again :)
     
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    It looks like those are the ones - thanks!
     
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    We are all outmatched.

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    wow, that is one commitment.
     
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    :foo: has been :foo: ed. the one-shoe means nothing now.
     
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    Does anyone else think that Lino or Lupo or whatever he's called is one of the worst dressed clowns in that whole fashion-circus? There was that one pic of him (he being chubby anyway) in an overly long bright blue coat and next to him a tallish guy in a very short, a too-short sports-coat. That must have been taken in the carneval season (I hope). I want to make fun of that (on some blog of mine) but can't find the exact location again- could anyone help me out?
     
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    They're at best amusing in a ridiculous way..
     
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  20. VRaivio

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    Jerome, Lino is Lino. Though you think him a clown, he has a unique style and consistency to it. I can't think of too many guys out there donning double-breasted odd jackets. All those group shots, lucky 7-ties and thumbs up-poses market the Lino style and I've a hunch his business is booming. Al Bazar is in actuality a cloning workshop that sends tiny Lino avatars all around the world. I don't like it, but it's part of this strange world that is menswear. We'd be one man poorer without that mischievous grin of his.
     
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