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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. snake

    snake Senior member

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    Nice that they let you take pics in the store, I'll definitely have to stop by. Hopefully they'll still have smaller sizes in stock for me to try on! And +1 on the herringbone, so good.
     
  2. snake

    snake Senior member

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    Been thinking of getting rid of my gf1 for the fuji x100. decisions decisions
     
  3. the shah

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    saw that on ur blog, only thing i don't like is that for 1k you're getting a fixed-lens camera and you can easily get a monster dslr setup for that price
     
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    not really.
     
  5. Jabonator

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    Got my hair cut eyesterday, don't know if it shows in the vid properly, though. Basically just left the top completely untouched and shaved the sides and back.
     
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    hendrix Senior member

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    Can I make the recommendation that you practice with a metronome?

    Even slow songs shouldn't drag, if you can get that slow but unyielding rhythm the audience will really get into. Obviously you can slow it down for the last couple of bars or whatever.
     
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    Ivwri, thanks for making the best post of the year in SW&D. All of the stuff in the store fits you perfectly. So good. :slayer:
     
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    @ noobizor : now I know who has a poster of me hanging in their bedroom wall

    @ john water's asian cousin: prease, prease stop stalking at me. your TOJ is down there and I'm waaaayyyyy up here OK
     
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  9. miran

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    I look at that phto, start swaying, and humming...

    "All in all, it's just another....brick in the wall.....ta da dadadaa...ta da dada.

    tatataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeeeeeeeeaaee

    tatataaataeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaat tat ta dh tat ta dah tada duh...

    dddddddddddeeeeeedttttttttttttttteeeeeeeeeeee tatada....."
     
  10. il ciclista

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    That'd be a big jump in terms of low light capabilities. However, the only thing that I don't like is that it's only got one focal length(I actually love prime lenses) and the lens doesn't interchange.(this part I hate) Also I hear the controls are pretty bad. It's pretty though!

    edit: just saw someone said this already^^. As far as getting a monster dsl-r setup not sure about that ,but it'd have the same sensor (for a camera of 1k) as the x100..and probably better controls, and room to grow as far as lenses are concerned.
     
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    Ivwri is killin it
     
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    so other than Jockey, how about AA tanks? I need these in bulk ASAP. anyone recommend which type of AA tanks?
     
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    i bought an american apparel tank and it tore on the first wash. was fragile tho, prob my fault. i didnt feel like hand washing it tho. but now i have the balmain effect on my tank :D
     
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    There are also imperial pilsners. I'm not a huge fan of Sam Adams in general, but theirs is one of the best I've had.

    Jockey sells tanks with a scalloped hem? Or do you just hem them that way?
     
  15. artishard116

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    sunday hangover fit
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  16. robinsongreen68

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    +1, looks amazing. how tall are you, if you don't mind me asking? i always assume that at 5'10" i can't really carry off yohji
     
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    Same. Had never owned any AA stuff and recently bought a tank while I was traveling in Europe. Wore it once and had my gf wash it when I got home. Went to put it away last night and the under arm seam was torn! Thankfully it was cheap.
     
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  19. Ivwri

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    Thanks a lot guys.

    snake - Yeah they were very cool about everything really. Really liked the vibe of the store and seeing so many people wearing Yohji in one place really put a smile on my face. You should also check out L'Eclaireur. I went to the one near the Concorde metro station (can't remember the name of the area now, but you can very easily find it on google maps once you are in the area). They do have 4 other branches throughout the city so you'll definitely be sorted. There's also Colette. As for non-shopping destinations, will get back to you at the end of the trip (if you still need any input). :slayer:

    asobu - :embar: :D

    robinsongreen68 - I am about 6'2", but I don't think you need to be particularly tall to pull off Yohji. wire.artist over on Stylezeitgeist does Yohji exceptionally well and is definitely not tall. Yohji himself wears his own clothes all the time and he's a tiny guy, so I don't see why you shouldn't be able to pull it off at your height. Looking at his women's stuff has shown me that the very same philosophy goes into his men's line. The more the clothes look unruly, billowing, lived in, "anti-fit", slouchy, draped and even rumpled the better methinks. It's all about the attitude. :)
     
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    Whoa robbie, you lost weight and hemmed your roy's! Very happy to see it :slayer:
     
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