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Sartorial style and mainstream trends

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by aybojs, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. imageWIS

    imageWIS Senior member

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    Congratulations, you are in the top 0.0001% of people in the world who actually have good watches. So what if you don't have a PP ref. 5002? A Patek is better than no Patek. Jon.
     
  2. Styleman

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    Not really in my school like 30% of the girls have Chopards or Cartiers, and about 30% of guys again have Rolexes or Cartiers.
     
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    imageWIS Senior member

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    (imageWIS @ 19 Aug. 2004, 3:43) Congratulations, you are in the top 0.0001% of people in the world who actually have good watches. So what if you don't have a PP ref. 5002? A Patek is better than no Patek. Jon.
    Not really in my school like 30% of the girls have Chopard or Cartier, and about 30% of guys again have Rolexes or Cartiers.
    Dude, I said the world, not your school. Oh, and by the way, just because people wear such things, it does not necessarily mean that they know what they are / appreciate what they have / "˜collect watches'. I hate people who tell me they are watch collectors, but could not differentiate between a F. Piguet and Patek movement if their life depended on it. But I continue my ranting yet again... My whole point is consider yourself lucky, is all. Jon.
     
  4. Styleman

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    I got your point; I was just making a separate point is all. I by no means appreciate all my watches refinements, but then again I do not claim to be a watch aficionado. Everything on this forum leads to watches after the thread is dead.... [​IMG]
     
  5. LA Guy

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    No, the shirts were actually made by Holliday and Brown for Prada (Prada cuts; Holliday & Brown materials, patterns and manufacture.) These types of cross-over collaborations are becoming increasingly common.
     
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    The shirts are likely made by Prada but using Holliday & Brown designs actually archived from the '60s/70s. Prada has been having a field day with the retro mod British look. At least they are authentic designs, though.
    No, the shirts were actually made by Holliday and Brown for Prada (Prada cuts; Holliday & Brown materials, patterns and manufacture.) Â These types of cross-over collaborations are becoming increasingly common.
    Fred Perry and Comme Des Garcons comes to mind.
     

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