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Posted October 24, 2009
Posted May 20, 2008
I've contacted him recently having used his excellent service before. No reply as yet.
Posted February 16, 2008
Trickers Monkey Boots Japan Only.
Posted December 18, 2007
I have recently used this service. A fantastic service — I was kept updated on my substantial (moneywise) order. He even had to do a bit of leg work as one of the items was not available online. Use in complete confidence.
Posted February 20, 2007
I have always been a big fan of Andersons. Available here in the UK from oi polloi, Manchester
Italian belt company Anderson's have been making fine quality belts since 1966. Particular attention is given to the materials, which are chosen with care from the best European tanneries.
Still produced exclusively in Parma, each individual belt is hand finished and polished by expert craftsmen.
The belts are all made to special order, we choose our own unique colourways of interwoven leather and buckle combinations.
Posted January 14, 2007
Personally I'd get the one wash (and did do) to get the shrinkage out of the way. Raw is slightly more risky...
Posted January 13, 2007
Edwin x Margaret Howell
Posted January 10, 2007
I'm 35 - but 15 in the head
A friend of mine got some in the sale from Selfridges (UK) Â£86.00 I can also confirm that these were made in Japan.
Posted January 3, 2007
I like the rough stitching. Lots of character - made me smile. Grreat effort! (Applause.....)
Thought folks might be interested in these Canes
1 wash green line selvedge.
Posted February 23, 2006
Old School Hip Hop is my specialist subject - so here are my picks:-
Biz Markie - Vapors
TLA Rock & Jazzy Jay - It's Yours
Stetsasonic - Just Say Stet
Captain Rock - Captain Rock to the Future Shock
Davy DMX - One For The Treble
Unknown DJ - Lets Jam
Project Future - Raygunomics
Anquette - Ghetto Style
World Class Wreckin Cru - Surgery
Beastie Boys - Hold It Now
Jonzun Crew - We are the Jonzun Crew
Posted November 21, 2005
We are travelling to NY on 28 December and staying for a week. (with my girl) We have our thermals ready cos its gonna be freezing - but what do we do, or where do we go for New Years Eve? New years Eve in the UK is on the whole, a messy, massive piss up! We are both 34 now, so our days of puking in gutters are well and truly over.
We are staying at 60 Thompson in Soho.
Your thoughts and invaluable experience would be appreciated.
Posted September 8, 2005
Does anyone have any knowledge of The Hotel On Rivington? I've never really ventured into that area before, normally sticking to Soho etc. Is it safe, is what I'm really trying to say?
Posted July 20, 2005
Personally - I don't like his stuff. On a positive note, I think there's a lot of energy in the work. But I think each piece looks like a "crash". We used to draw sneakers at school as part of art homework (11-16) with a 2B pencil - they remind me of this. I suggest a piece of fruit and a squashed coke can to hang next to a AF1 in the corridoor of the school art department.
Posted February 7, 2005
This is their site
The rest of the clothing aint doing it for me, but the jeans...........Yeah
Duffer were selling them some time ago. But I had the great fortune of finding some in Urban Outfitters on Oxford Street of all places??????. Copped a pair half price for Â£80 about two weeks ago. As for the quality - I think they are bang on. I also bought the Duffer OKI Ni collabs (cinch backs), which are not quite as good on quality but a great fit.
Posted December 14, 2004
The bag on the left is indeed acronym.
Stock changes on the site so you have to keep checking back
Posted November 30, 2004
I can help. is there anyway you can send a PM (personal message)?
The font is Bodoni Twelve ITC Bold Italic by the way
Duffer of St George (not sports)
Dries Van Noten
Trickers (shoes - does this count?)
Posted November 26, 2004
Quote: Only complaint is the prices of everything!
At least you don't have to tip for absolutely everything! As in NY
Love NY though
Alan Crocetti Silver Nose Plaster