Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

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

  1. SirGrotius

    SirGrotius Senior member

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    You'll be fine. It's cut small and slim.
     
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    The crew, decked out in our various SLP garb.

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    my problem is that the 44 is a tad slim on the shoulders for me, and the 46 is too big on the sleeves/chest
     
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    Get the 44, leather will definitely stretch with wear, especially in the shoulders area.
     
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    @Soupytwist nice pic.
     
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    You have to smoke to be able to pull off double riders; this pains me as a former smoker.
     
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    I had to make sure everyone was smoking. You know, for continuity.
     
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    Interesting comment on the BoF review:

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    Completely misses the point. There is nothing rebellious or interesting about consistently producing something new, original or avant-garde in the age of overproduction. No one is surprised at seeing people attached to other people. How could you be? Ever been to a contemporary art gallery?

    But what's grating is Hedi always referencing the same things. Because it's outside the general logic of contemporary society, which runs on the logic of novel production, people get real fired up. His is a refusal to play the game by the rules, or something.
     
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    @slann01 Nice review. I bought that shirt the other day, after much consternation. Turns out I fucking love it--looks great under a blazer, and equally dope under the L01. Everyone should buy it.
     
  12. needhelp123

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    I don't think people were uncomfortable at the Rick Owens show as the audience. Its Rick Owens, he has gotten to that level where he can do whatever the hell he wants on the runway (not that others can't) but the key here is for him its normal there is minimal media controversy, people aren't going to go crazy just cause he is showing dicks on the runway or strapping people like this, why? because its Rick, he is good at what he does. Much like Alexander McQueen who had very dark themes at times or all times by then people were expecting something amazing and provocative before each show.

    People who are like "WTF he showed dicks on the runway?" They don't know anything about fashion and are SHALLOW. If you had any knowledge you would look past that and think about why? why did Rick do this? What kind of theme or concept is he conveying to us? Then you would be able to better appreciate and at least attempt to understand his work, rather than acting like a 5 yr old. Its kind of like how its normal to just show your tits on the runway because a bra would affect the draping, do we get all hot and heavy over it? No.
     
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    IF ANYONE IS SELLING SAINT LAURENT SUEDE SANTIAG BOOTS SIZE 43/43.5/44 HIT ME UP!!!!!
     
  14. Death24xASecond

    Death24xASecond Senior member

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    So I know this is the SLP thread and all, but given that it was the super slim and minimalist cut of the D02 that first caught my eye...

    Is anyone familiar with a French company called April 77? Apparently they have a couple of cuts that are also very slim cut. And the Warsaw Raw is a coated black denim model that is strikingly close to the D02 coated model (from this year, I believe?). Also on a related note, I got a pair of Rag and Bone Fit 0 jeans yesterday. Black. Not coated. But it is even skinnier through the thigh and leg than the D02 (and has a smaller leg opening by about a full inch or so). Pretty great fit.

    Just curious if anyone's had any experience along these lines.
     
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    I got a bunch of April 77 denim, they fit more skinny than d02 (maybe the same fit of fw13 SLP d02), good materials and their sizings aren't all over the place like Saint laurent for every damn season. Also during the the sales you can get them for verso low, like 50 eur if you are lucky.
     

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