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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
Artist's rendition of Lane's next fit:
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big talk from ugly sweater guy
THE GLOVE HAS BEEN THROWN
I had to work on a Saturday so that is why I look like an asshole more than ever. (sleeves are too short but who cares)
awesome aeg. I want those shoes!
Ugly everything guy is reading into my comment too much. Lighthearted post is lighthearted.
Short sleeves are serious business, I couldn't wear that anymore.
Nice jacket though.
I should lengthen them a bit but I never notice them in person or in the mirror so haven't really cared enough to bother.
hair is intense
So...that's interesting and all, and they look decent in the fit pic, and it's impressive that they made them so detailed, but...it still just strikes me as gimmicky.
It's like getting into some sort of molecular gastronomy-level territory, but with pants. Or like mastering the art of faux-leather fabrication to produce something that's just like real leather, when you could actually used real leather in the first place and not have bothered with all that (and catering to vegans doesn't count as justification, in that analogy or ever).
just wear a shirt with shorter sleeves
yeah of course it's gimmicky, but that's half of the fun.
the other half is that they're basically like wearing baggy jeggings with suuuper nice shirting material lining them, so they just feel incredible.
a few other cool things that are gimmicky for the sake of being gimmicky: painted gats, my reversible blazer, color changing SI Shadow jacket, etc.
clothes are fun!
It's junya bro, isn't it kind of gimmicky by nature?
@ aeglus Do you hire someone to take your picture? or do you just set the timer, run back like crazy and then strike a pose while walking nonchalantly??
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