Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.
so jealous of those shirts
you have an amazing collection makes mine look like shit
Here's the row of blazers, lol. They are all SLP but not all have the black dust bags...I'm sick, I think.
Also, my closet is tiny so it's like stepping into a mop closet of SLP.
Jesus christ that's a helluva collection
@Prudy how do you expect anyone to post theirs when you just did. It is like trying to perform on a stage after the rolling stone...
@Prudy Hats off, man! That's a great collection. Mine is nowhere near as expansive, but I do have a fair amount of outerwear I could post. With the latest offerings essentially nosediving, we could do worse than turning this into a show-and-tell thread. I'm curious to see what potential grails people are sitting on.
I should try to do the same. Prudy's is great because yes it's expansive, but there is a definite thread of what he likes throughout it.
@SirGrotius @Isolar thanks and yes, please post some pics!! It's true I tend to like the dressier stuff, silks & blazers and overcoats + black boots w/ D02/D10. I think mostly all my other SLP is either black/white striped or animal print, which I also love...
There's a lot I don't have, would love to see what others have. My collection is somewhat large but it's particular.
A post like this should come with a NSFW tag.. good lawd this is porn..
Very nice Prudy. Do you have an Instagram account?
Isolar, we need some pics of your outerwear for sure.
I had the misfortune of looking at the ysl.com website's current season offerings yesterday (wtf is that "to the moon" shirt about?? Is that some band reference I'm not cool enough to get?), and noticed that the overcoats seem to be one of the things that Vaccarello has somehow managed not to fuck up.
This reminds me that I have a heavy SLP overcoat that's too narrow in the shoulders for me that I should try and re-home.
Not sure if this has been asked before, but how would one go about cleaning their Teddy jacket? Is it safe to dry clean? Or just spot clean?
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