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The Young and Hungry

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by MS007, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. Hampton

    Hampton Well-Known Member

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    Pretty cool if you ask me. Not something I would wear but it would be pretty fresh to watch others wear it on the street.
     
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  2. NickJohannessen

    NickJohannessen Well-Known Member

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    To put it mildly... I need to get into this Icelandic goodness! Not obvious where it can be bought though. Does one have to travel to Reykjavik to get into it?

    Thos tweed waistcoats are just too awesome.
     
  3. philie

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    best thread on sf!

    and thanks for the work!
     
  4. Sanity

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    Fantastic thread! I have lurked for years but had to register to comment on this thread's goodness.
     
  5. MS007

    MS007 Well-Known Member

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    From Pakistan with a fantastic aw12 collection,


     
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  6. Reginald Bartholomew

    Reginald Bartholomew Well-Known Member

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    If anyone finds a way to buy this without going there, please let me know. The Umit Benan stuff looks great as well.

    MS007, you are an excellent human.
     
  7. wootx

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    I want this. Where to cop?
     
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  8. MS007

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    ^You might want to message him via facebook (linked if you klick on the name). He did a collaboration with globetrotter and the pieces are available over their website.



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  9. MS007

    MS007 Well-Known Member

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  10. slstr

    slstr Well-Known Member

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    Damn those are some good knits
     
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  11. worakl

    worakl Well-Known Member

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    The Collina-prices on Yoox are incredible compared to the MSRP.
     
  12. Benesyed

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    I was just about to post the link to the yoox page for RC
    Wait till you see what they get down to on sale, and they always do because everyone is rushing to kop the Costume Nat and other bigger brands. I am a little upset that the word might be out :D
     
  13. snowmanxl

    snowmanxl Well-Known Member

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    Lol, me too. I was literally browsing for knits on yoox just yesterday. Added some rc to my dream box :slayer:
    But we mustn't be greedy on sf :eek:
     
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  14. wootx

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    Yeah, knits from RC really rock. I have a couple that I bought directly from them, and they rock :slayer:

    highly suggested to check out, especially with super sale prices from yoox!
     
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  15. snowmanxl

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    Directly from them you say? Is there an online shop? Or any other stockists besides yoox outside of Italy? ...I checked :eek:
     
  16. wootx

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    For anyone interested: I live in Italy, so I just called them on the phone and they turned out to be really helpful even though I only bought one sweater. I would just try and email them to check if they do international shipping as well. I'm not aware of any store that carries RC from outside italy, but then again, I'm more keen to shop locally if I have the chance
     
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  17. snowmanxl

    snowmanxl Well-Known Member

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    ah, got it!
    maybe illget my cousins there to proxy me some stuff :devil:
     
  18. FlyingMonkey

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    They certainly haven't responded to my e-mails.
     
  19. MS007

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    On the suggestion of MS007 ...

    Kiryuyrik (pronounced: Kiryu-Kiryu) was founded in 2002 by two former employees of Yohji Yamamoto Inc.: designer Masakatsu Takayanagi and director/press agent Yuki Taniyama. Takayanagi graduated from Tokyo's prestigious Bunka Fashion College and began working at Yohji Yamamoto Inc. in 1995. Yaniyama joined Yohji Yamamoto Inc. in 1997. Eventually they joined together to create this brand.

    Kiryuyrik's concept revolves around "functional beauty" and bringing the worlds of streetwear and formalwear together. Kiryuyrik's collections tend to be evolutionary rather than revolutionary; pieces and themes are re-used from season to season. Common themes include floral and butterfly prints, leggings and slim pants, narrow shoes with treaded soles, and the juxtaposition of draped items with structured tailoring.

    Source: http://harajuju.net/Topic-Kiryuyrik

    Some assorted photos of looks that I like.



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