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Too much trouser break?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by amerikajinda, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    Who is his tailor? Certainly not anyone from South Korea - they always do a fine job (at a reasonable price).
     
  2. DandySF

    DandySF Senior member

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    Funny you should mention this: just this weekend I pointed to a picture in which the maximum leader's trouser legs were of differing lengths. This oversight must be due to a preoccupation with his bouffant hairdo and glamour girl sunglasses.
     
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    The officer on the left must be eating the rations of the officer on the right....
     
  4. gdl203

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    Who is his tailor? Certainly not anyone from South Korea - they always do a fine job (at a reasonable price).


    Are these twin soldiers on his sides? or are they clones? [​IMG]
     
  5. Ivan Kipling

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    I've seen shots of Giorgio Armani, with a bigger 'break,' than that . . .
     
  6. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    I've seen shots of Giorgio Armani, with a bigger 'break,' than that . . .

    Giorgio Ar-who?
     
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    Who is his tailor? Certainly not anyone from South Korea - they always do a fine job (at a reasonable price).


    He looks like a rapper. Although, have you ever read the section in Flusser's book that showed a look during either the 40's or 50's with pants much , much baggier than that and almost covering the shoe. It looks stupid in any period.
     
  8. Tomasso

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    a look during either the 40's or 50's with pants much , much baggier than that and almost covering the shoe. It looks stupid in any period.

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  9. Edward Appleby

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    He looks like a rapper. Although, have you ever read the section in Flusser's book that showed a look during either the 40's or 50's with pants much , much baggier than that and almost covering the shoe. It looks stupid in any period.
    I know what you're talking about, but while those trousers tended to have extraordinarily wide openings, there wasn't all that much break.
     
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    Who is his tailor? Certainly not anyone from South Korea - they always do a fine job (at a reasonable price).


    that guy is just karazy.
    my wife says i look like him. ugly.
     
  11. vc2000

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    Maybe he isn't wearing his platform shoes but the pants are cut for them? It looks like he is almost walking on his pants. It was my understanding that he normally wears risers to add a few inches to his 5'3 height. He would want his pants to cover as much of the extra shoe as possible. His guards are also probably selected to make him appear taller then he is and they are probably family since he is supposed to be parnoid about his security. He had his chair built up when Sec. of State Albright met with him of course she wasn't exactly tall.
     
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    alflauren Senior member

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    Does anyone know his screen name?
     
  13. Toiletduck

    Toiletduck Senior member

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    I think his AIM screenname is
    kRnpriDe4LIf
     
  14. bachbeet

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    Maybe the max leader has shrunk as he's gotten older. And, since he wears sunglasses all the time, maybe he's experiencing cataract problems. Or, he's hypersensitive to light. There's some nutritional deficiency which causes such a sensitivity. In any event, I wish him all the worst.
     

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