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thom browne fall 2009

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sartort, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. sartort

    sartort Well-Known Member

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    at least you don't need a belt.
     
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    Now he's getting somewhere. I don't want to follow him, but there he goes.
     
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    No buttoned ass-flap, no care.
     
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    Definitely eye-catching. At first I thought 'Wow...how did he get the suit jacket and pant patterns to match up so well!?'...[​IMG]
     
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    sartort Well-Known Member

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    i usually steer clear of posting in the multiple tb threads on here. i may not like his aesthetic but at least respect him as a designer. but i thought even for him, the look in the first post was a bit much. anyways, more pics can be seen here for those interested.
     
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    Yeah...a lot of his stuff is stupid....flat out stupid.....but I reaaaaallly like these outer wear pieces...

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    awesome jacket
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    This would be a good look overall if the pants were at a normal length.
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    i usually steer clear of posting in the multiple tb threads on here. i may not like his aesthetic but at least respect him as a designer. but i thought even for him, the look in the first post was a bit much.

    anyways, more pics can be seen here for those interested.


    A bit much even for him? This collection has nothing in it that even compares to some of the ridiculous shit from previous shows.
     
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    A bit much even for him? This collection has nothing in it that even compares to some of the ridiculous shit from previous shows.

    +1...no lace...no three legged suit...there was at least one piece (if not more) in every look that was "doable" in real life.
     
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    I never, ever get tired of quoting this picture:
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  10. PinkPantser

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    I'm a sucker for light gray so this collection is slaying me:


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    Although, looking at that last picture again the red/white/blue grosgrain trim on the inside of the jacket looks terrible.
     
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    A bit much even for him? This collection has nothing in it that even compares to some of the ridiculous shit from previous shows.

    the difference to me is that in past shows, it was so obviously over the top that it was mere theater. this collection seemed more rooted in reality (albeit a tb skewed reality) and hence i thought the jumpsuit suit was, "a bit much"
     
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    [​IMG] at least you don't need a belt.
    It would have to be in stretchy material. It reminds of the Yellow Submarine for some reason.
     
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    stickonatree Well-Known Member

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    do you still unbutton the last button?
     
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    Although, looking at that last picture again the red/white/blue grosgrain trim on the inside of the jacket looks terrible.

    Really? Damn, that's the one I liked the most (laugh)
     
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    It would have to be in stretchy material. It reminds of the Yellow Submarine for some reason.

    Me too -- why is that?
     
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    at least you don't need a belt.


    So Alan Davies is modelling now :O
     

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