*** Visvim thread: Dissertation on a Japanese Holy Spirit ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by g transistor, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Fycus

    Fycus Senior member

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    Not regular season release but there is a spot item release for a one wash noragi in a kinda dirty tinge for 700usd and a patchwork kimono worn by hiroki at the indigo camping trailer event with no price yet

    No dates for either item, but fall 2014 is most likely. Iirc the noragi is flagship store only
     
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  3. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Hospital Scrubs x Skagway Floras
     




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    The Visvim bandana/kerchief down jacket: worth it or not?

    I'm getting a little pre-occupied with finding one. Always found it interesting, but maybe a little/a lot busy. Now though, I think I can rock it. Anybody have any experience with it? How is possible that this is not gonna just let the down out? Is the bandana fabric sewn on another fabric? How't the sizing?

    Anybody wanna dissuade me from my hunt?
     


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  8. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    That's actually the title of the season: Dissertation on Grandmas in the Ukrainian Boonies 25 Years Ago
     


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    I dunno, probably works in like...Japan. But, really can't wear that around here in California just bc it looks like a really flashy and awesome crips or bloods gang jacket, might get shot lol.

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    I almost bought the tunic shirt version.
     


  11. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    I don't really like the bandana stuff, but I think I'm the only one. It's just a weird thing to wear. Save your money and buy a lhamo flux

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    Well there is that, of course. Living in NC, though, it's not too big of a problem. I'll just remember to never bring it over to CA when I visit. Also, I'm AZN, I don't know if that a point for or against my getting it…
     
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    Didn't realize how cool Visvim was until this thread.
     


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    See, now these things I don't get. Can't get into the whole no-button/belt thing.
     
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