Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by FaceOfBoh, Oct 25, 2012.
I think this is legit, but thought I'd check with the experts.
Well done, Sir.
That's a bit off isn't? Usually at least they can manage to spell POLO correctly. I'm sure there's a KIRF that has "Polio Ralph Lauren" on it somewhere. .
Lol, I think that's actually "POIO" spelled in the tag!
Where do these clothes come from I wonder. Dolce & Gabenna, it doesn't take a genius to see it's fake.
Sorry for the necro...not much to do at work at the moment.
Guy for whom that was made is Lee Sanghun. The tailor was located in Daechi, which is one of the most expensive areas in Gangnam, the most expensive area in Seoul. 20 years ago (the jacket was made in 1995),however, Gangnam was little more than farmland. How things change.
I knew it was that, as I said usually these peeps manage to spell Polo correctly.
Not related to fake clothes but these photos do fall under "funny" category.
A bunch of fakes, a few funny ones, and a few cool ones. Enjoy!!!!!!!!! This is my entire collection this time around!
"Dragon Crying in Deep Pool" Made me laugh though.
Ah yes the sleeping sales associate.......sssshhhhhhh!. Can be a familiar sight sometimes. This one appears to be in a bedding store as well, very appropriate. Can't sleep on the merchandise though. "New Romantic" sounds just so 1980s IMO.
You've been looking at the first page of this threak?...The clue as to where much of this stuff comes from was in the post above....
If English(or French, or Italian) is not your first language, it might not be.
This is why you don't buy every pair of
Pleats in BOTH directions, and oh that pattern. Still haven't fully recovered.
The intrinsic implac tion character of "briefness" can give birtm to wigdom.
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