Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
Quoted for awesomeness. Want CWU-45.
yeah that cwu is unbelievable. stellar jacket.
Random toj thought:
I'd really like a toj1 just the way it is but non reversible with the same silky lining as the leathers.
any idea what the new T-1 might cost? need to gather the funds
I saw a young Drew Keith at the mall earlier. A Japanese or Korean kid with shoulder length hair in a black Moto with rolled up khaki chinos. ToJr.
TOJ really needs a kid's line. TOJr by Drew Keith. Toddlers kitted out in limited-edition-leather MDRs and wool trousers
Who's going to pay for the stuff though? Kids outgrow clothes so fast that it would be a waste unless you're extremely affluent. My kids will be wearing Gap and H&M until they stop growing. I will also give my kids a beating if they should puke on my $1,000+ sweaters....Asian style.
The kid I mentioned had on a nearly identical outfit that Drew did when he passed out in a restroom years back.
I read this sentence three times and still can't figure out what it means ...
Have seen what stuff like Bonpoint goes for and I'm pretty sure Hermes, Lanvin etc. has a full children's line.
What I really would like to see, is dog steez, leashes, coats etc. (yes my dog wears a coat when it's cold, as he can't keep warm without one)
1500$ for a Lanvin kids trench
Oops. Suppose to be 'nearly identical outfit', haha.
I posted an outfit of me wearing a black 2010 DR with chinos a while back and some members were saying that chinos are dad's pants. Drew posted a picture of himself in a similar get up, where he was wearing a black leather jacket and rolled up chinos sitting on a toilet passed out.
No doubt, those superlative lines have stuff for children. But I don't know if the majority of ToJ's consumer base even have kids!
I am thinking a lot of his consumer base are stupid college kids that don't know how to spend their money...like me.
This fashion thing is a hobby, dude. If you didn't spend $800 on a jacket, you may be spending $3,000 on a set of wheels for your car or $1,000 for a new lens for your DSLR.
I would use food analogies, but alas I am not witty enough.
Food analogy: You could be MGM9001, and spend 16 hours a day cooking.
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