Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
I would be interested in seeing some pics!
Did it with a pair of jeans after 8 months of hard wearing. Dove in, waded around a bit, then dried them off with sand. Let them air dry in the sun by the beach (after rinsing them with fresh water).
Maybe my expectations were too high, but I imagined emerging from the tide with the single greatest pair of jeans ever, like a SF-approved Poseidon. But in reality, it just had similar fades to what I would have gotten from a soak.
In reflection, I bet the French dudes at APC just put that out there so they could see a bunch of us running around in the ocean with jeans on, then drying them off with sand. Good trolling, France.
Can the ocean wash fascination please finally die?
didnt he say he was moving? that was why he was quitting his job at RL no?
I totally agree. I actually bought something from the guy ages ago when I was desperate.
Whats with his modeling pose anyway...
His right hand always seems to be down the back of his trousers, his left is always stuffed into the trouser pocket with the thumb sticking out, he always has terrible facial hair which emphasizes his gingerness and that "Look at me, I'm so noble" pose that he adopts is really starting to chap my ass!
Does RL.com ship to Russia, or Singapore? Because Blue Present does.
He will not be going anywhere. You guys will just have to keep watching his manboobs and jowls develop over the coming years.
He also said he got pistol whipped in his driveway in his upper middle class semi rural neighborhood, and that he had cancer. Im sure the "quitting his job" thing was just part of his scam
Are you planning to sell any of this on, or is it a personal haul? If its the latter, then
A little from column A and a little from column B
today, RRL button up and vest.
those messenger bags are nice. i like it.
Anyone have one of these they would want to part with?
an RRL cafe racer - always wondered what one of theirs would look like and what details they would accentuate from historical examples
this one's very nice, but the sleeves look a bit large (more pictures on link):
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