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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Teger, Nov 2, 2011.
"Expressions Realia is an ongoing journey which takes place in Southern California. Created by Unyime Akpanudosen in 2008 as a daily personal journal of sorts, it displayed a collection of miscellaneous pieces of art, culture, and fashion in no specific manner. A shift in vision occurring mid-2010 honed in on a journey through menswear that had just begun. "
I can't deal with this shit anymore.
Wow. Some of these blogs are ridic.
"If learning were a hobby, it would undoubtedly have to be a favorite of mine."
Is anyone else annoyed that these very guys are considered the genesis of menswear advice/discussion online?
Ugh, this is so offensive
Starts with "The french have always respected intellectuals" and doesn't relent in it's junior high logic of generalization and "ever since the dawn of timism". Truly disgusting.
That article made me throw up in my mouth a little. Cocteau wore a suit that fit, so how exactly is that the "height of couture" or "aesthetic"?
The obvious tells of a writer who needs to fill space and doesn't know what to say.
The fact that Mr Cocteau was one of the great French intellectuals of the 20th century didn't stop him taking an active interest in his appearance, or fashion
GET THE LOOK
from Mr. Bathing Ape
I threw up in my mouth a little.
"Un cocktail, des Cocteau."
...he was by no means a conventionally handsome man but, because this was France, his aura was the result of respect for his brain
All well and good but Mr Cocteau has nothing on the sartorial and intellectual powerhouse that is
the Bernard Henri Lévy
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