Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. im eddie

    im eddie Senior member

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    Pricing at gilt is terrible on a lot of popular designer labels.
     
  2. needhelp123

    needhelp123 Senior member

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    Thanks guys I won't bother with it
     
  3. Slpbaby808

    Slpbaby808 Senior member

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    question for slp forum....

    when it comes to biker denim.. do you think it can be worn all year round? i know its part of perm collection but seems only for worldwide season/sell.. cause it does seem like a fw item

    give me your insights on wearing biker denim all year round/summer worthy? or is this denim just old trend/look now? lol
     
  4. bawlin

    bawlin Senior member

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    I find it to be super trendy and past its expiry at this point.
     
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    Biker jackets have always been around and will continue to be around. They are about as ubiquitous as jeans and a t shirt. Everyone loves a leather jacket and there are a ton of options out there, but a biker will always hold a massive influence over pretty much any other jacket. Just look at the leather offerings of nearly every single brand out there.
     
  6. needhelp123

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    To me they are kinda old now. Something that will last is the destroyed jeans, they will always remain cool and remain an SLP grail.
     
  7. scanner

    scanner Senior member

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    Dude, just look at your Avatar
     
  8. Slpbaby808

    Slpbaby808 Senior member

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    I was talking about biker denim!! Lol.. Yeah tbh I regret purchasing the biker denim a bit
     
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  9. needhelp123

    needhelp123 Senior member

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    biker denim not jacket!!!
     
  10. scanner

    scanner Senior member

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    Totally didn't see that lol.. Carry on fellas.
     
  11. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    Maybe it's my age but I would never wear the biker denim as a casual piece. I never really got into them in the first place. I do like the destroyed denim however the fit has to be key. Off fitting destroyed aren't my thing either. Slp denim in general is one of the best pieces you can get from the brand. The fit and washes are hard to replicate.
     
  12. needhelp123

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    yes wash is very nice and best fit. I agree fit is important for the destroyed, for me it has to be skin tight if its even a little loose its not nice imo.
     
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    slann01 Senior member

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    Biker denim is great but
    Biker denim is great and is definitely a grail piece in the years to come...no other brand has been able to do a better iteration of it, anyway I don't recommend it for summer wear, unless the weather is not hot during summer where you live, If wore my pair these days here in Italy I would sweat like hell and it would be needed a dry clean to wash the denim.
     
  14. SaintLaurent

    SaintLaurent Senior member

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    I really don't like the SLP biker jeans, they just aren't my thing. I'd consider the ones from Balmain if they did them in a slimmer size, smallest I've seen is 27inch waist and 16.5cm hem. As for the destroyed denim I don't really like it much either, personally nothing beats the plain black do2 jeans from aw13.
     
  15. kieran84

    kieran84 Senior member

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    ^ Same for me. The plain raw black and the plain raw indigo D02s are pretty much the only jeans I'm interested in these days. Others are really cool and that, but just not my thing. I like to look like I'm not even trying, and that's pretty much impossible in the biker jeans or the chain jeans.
     

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