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slowdownarthur

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About slowdownarthur

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  • style
    buffalo
  • location:
    East Midlands, UK
  • wish i was in
    Richmond
  • denim
    size 34
  • t-shirt
    medium
  • shoes
    us 9 uk 8.5 eu 43 jp 27
  1. Studio D'Artisan d-01classified

    View Advert Studio D'Artisan d-01 Studio D'Artisan D-01. Beautiful denim, original 80's classic. £120 plus postage. They've not had a lot of wear (and that has been from couch to bar and back). Have to sell; they're getting very little wear as they no longer fit! W34 (almost a W33"), inside leg hemmed to 32 (chain stitched by The Clerk, Dept of Works on a Union Special) Please get in touch if you have any questions. Advertiser slowdownarthur Date 02/20/2018 Price $167.00 Category denim  
  2. Unknown Japanese Brands

    I like the fit pics of the CRK - 018. They drape nicely and look comfortable - two of my boxes ticked
  3. Kato denim

    Neil Fuji has recently posted some pattern cutting/denim on there; looks interesting
  4. Kato denim

    Hi oomslokop, it's 'arnmerc'
  5. Kato denim

    Thanks for resurrecting this thread (again!) Lance:) Your jeans are looking nicely worn in. I'm still wearing my two pairs, a buckleback and a 3D cut. Like you say, so comfortable. Something special about Kato... Yes, they're still out there. I'm quite tempted to get another pair, maybe one of their more conservative (as Maynard says ^back in this thread) 5 pocket jeans. I like the colour contrast between the zimbabwean cotton and the rich orange thread. That, and a certain quirkiness. I've been following neilfuji on Instagram for quite a while. It looks like he's back into production again after a long holiday...love to see what he does. I have a Submariner's jacket from ARN, much loved.
  6. Tender Co. Denim

    So many beautifully timeworn pieces on this page. Particularly like the barge blue canvas bartlebyyphonics and your pair of much washed Backwoods William. Here are my Whooper Backwoods, really great jeans and my go-to pair this summer.
  7. Tender Co. Denim

    always love your annual St Martin's denim project. it does seem like a particularly strong year group. of course, I like anything that's been inspired by satanic cults among Bolivian asbestos miners, and dyed with the designer's own blood'.
  8. Tender Co. Denim

    really looking forward to seeing the Whoopers collection.
  9. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    Great to see you back salaami! Always enjoyed your posts.
  10. Unknown Non-Japanese Brands

    Just having a look at 'Hand Room' jeans on Denimio. Does anyone have any experience with this brand?
  11. Ooe-Yofukuten & Co.

    ^inspired by your post redragon, I found these in a drawer this afternoon. Thinking back to those days - so much choice! There are samples of 17, 39, 43 .44, 75, 84, 91 and 92 here.
  12. Leepro Appreciation

    Dear Paul, very sorry - accidentally neg repped you! lovely pair of Lee Euros!
  13. What's Next

    ^^ I know what you mean. Just to contradict myself - last night I put on a much loved pair of Lees and that felt very much *at home*!
  14. What's Next

    I do think we've come full circle Aho. Really like the ideas in this thread, particularly Rodeo Bill's idea of wearing 90s part polyester jeans! And Iron Horse's suggestion that for some people,denim may be played out. Personally, looking at my own consumption over the last few years, I've often been wearing something other than denim when I'm not in my salary man outfit. (After years of almost religious devotion to denim). My TCB herringbone crawler pants have been my recent go-to and now, inspired by William, I'm now searching out vintage Big Macs...
  15. Buzz Rickson

    I'll second that. The look of those BRs is really something.