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Mr Black

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About Mr Black

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    superbored
  • Birthday 03/11/1969

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  • Gender
    male
  • style
    precious
  • attitude
    cantankerous
  • location:
    London UK
  • wish i was in
    the out crowd
  • talents:
    Jack of no trades, master of none
  • occupation:
    Gentleman of leisure
  • denim
    size 32
  • t-shirt
    medium
  • shoes
    us 9 uk 8.5 eu 43 jp 27

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  1. Mr Black

    Vintage Sweatshirts

    This randomly popped up on my Facebook feed. Einstein wore sweatshirts that grew rattier over the years, because wool sweaters made him itch. When his wife, Elsa, “urged him repeatedly to dress up for important company,” wrote one historian, “Einstein quipped that if the important visitors were coming to see him, they’d see him as he was; but if they were coming to see his clothes, Elsa would show them to his wardrobe.”
  2. Mr Black

    WAYWT 2022 [denim edition]

    Self-made cap Leon Denim Warehouse.
  3. Mr Black

    Full Count Denim Thread

    Those look fantastic. i appreciate it was a long time ago, but do you remember how much they shrank? there was only this pair left- in size 30, which fit me well raw but I suspect I’ll need to avoid water.
  4. Mr Black

    Full Count Denim Thread

    I found this pair of Full Counts languishing in the top shelf at Son of a stag. My initial thoughts were perhaps these were wrongly labelled as, detail-wise they're clearly an early 30's style jean rather than a 55', but the inner label states '55 aswell. I've tried to do a search on the style but have come up with nothing apart from links to the SOAS listing. Is anyone able to shed any light on this model?? Fit pics to follow in due course once i've hemmed them a bit.
  5. Mr Black

    Vintage Sweatshirts

    And Barns. Unless they’ve also changed the shape since I last bought one.
  6. Mr Black

    Vintage Sweatshirts

    Equally annoyed about warehouse changing the shape of the sweats. The old 403’s were perfect for me. Two Moon sweats are (or were, when I last bought one) cut quite short and boxy.
  • Alan Crocetti Silver Nose Plaster
    $US 342

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