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  1. Hey guys, This is my first post and hope to get as many responses as possible. I keep revisiting this idea for many years and just decide to do it. I don't want to get too old to do what I enjoy. Little about me: Fashion and leather-wear enthusiast Somewhat experience in biz development, commodities trading, IT development, sourcing, sale, and many bits here and there. Since my in law and several of my friends are either working in garment manufacturing, sourcing, or designing, I want to begin this journey so I need a lot of advice before investing my time and saving into this venture. Here is a list of questions that come to mind, and if you guys have more questions or inputs, greatly appreciated: What should be a good name and should I make a hierarchy system: NGO (last name) >>> Fashion Lines/Collections to represent different styles and subcultures: Unichi. Any idea for a good name? Should I produce clothes from rare fabrics, not only hand treated fabrics but also from exotic animals, I have several good sources for this. If the money is no problem, producing garments from almost extinct animals could be achieved. But I've made a promise to self to not hunt and kill living creatures just for the purposes of making clothes. How should I curate designs? I'm thinking about curating designs from public collaborations with young designers, or even with my own customers - similar to those crowdfunding ways. On the other hand, I can create my own designs through private collaborations and inspirations - not always effective and costs way more for prototyping; but the result might be unique and self-fulfilling. How should I market my company, build a hype, pimp my brand, and create an effective distribution channel? I've read about some indie fashion brands and TOJ - now Falcon Garment is probably one of the most successful stories. I'm wondering what they did in the early days that help their brand's recognition. While I knew my experience and the experience from people around me can leverage my play, there are still too many uncertainties. About distribution channel, I think a direct distribution route will save a lot of cost and return value to my own customers, but it might bottleneck the appreciation of brand's value. Hype will bring in a lot of cash and attention but it also costs a lot of money, and definitely a lot of luck. Thanks so much for reading this and love to hear your thought!!!
  2. Gauging interest for superswap v9.. who's down? Deadline to sign up: SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 2016 Registration is closed Deadline to ship out package: Friday, August 12, 2016 Please PM me with the Subject line 'Superswap v9' and the following info: 1) Name 2) Address 3) Email 4) Clothing Sizes (Shirts, waist, shoes, etc.) 5) Anything else you'd like your swap partner to know! Send this info by Friday, April 29, 2016. bold = info received + = user has received partner info $ = shipped Participant list: 1. Method + 2. eloq + 3. Lendo + 4. lerrr + 5. wahwho11 + 6. crissyw + 7. timber + 8. EG562 + 9. Kaf + $ 10. Edmond +
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    sold, please delete :)

    Visvim FBT Reno Japan - SOLD
  4. Up for sale is a brand new toj1 Retail 380 shipped with a 2 month waiting period Get yours now for cheaper and much quicker! I know i am lacking posts/rep but i can provide feedback from other forums/selling websites if necessary!) Size 48 with 27" sleeves Price: $365 (cheaper than retail + you will receive the piece much sooner) Please drop me a PM if you have any questions!
  5. Deadstock air Jordan XI concord. These are of course 100% authentic, I don't deal with fakes. Up for sale are a mens size7, 8,5 (3times) and a 10. These shoes are the 23 December 2011 version and are completely new. I'll ship the shoes double boxed so they won't get damaged. I only accept paypall as paying option. I'm asking for $280 + shipping. Also taking trades in shoes/sneakers size 7 and searching for supreme/visvim stuff size s/m but prefer cash. Contact me for offers. Shipping prices: $45 for intercontinental sales. Shipping within Europe will be cheaper, message me for prices. If you need more info or pictures message me.
  6. 1. Spiewak and Sons Humboldt Jacket sz. Medium Substantial bomber jacket with a tough woven cotton shell from original US military supplier Spiewak & Sons. Zip and snap storm placket; drawstring hood with sherpa fleece lining; angled pockets at the front with zippers and snap flaps; zip pocket at the chest; raglan sleeves with utility pocket and reinforced elbows; rib knit cuffs and hem; quilted lining with Thinsulate; inside chest pocket; embroidered logo at the sleeve. Condition: Worn once for literally 3 hours. Brand new condition, no odors or anything. Weather just never gets cold enough where I live to keep this. Asking $160 Measurements: Chest: 21.5" Shoulder: 17.5" Front Length: 25" Back Length: 25" Sleeves: 26.5" http://img.photobuck...ce/_DSC3780.jpg http://img.photobuck...ce/_DSC3781.jpg 2. Kr3w Moto Denim Jacket sz. Small This is a motorcycle style denim jacket. Has zippers on sleeve and is not very warm but perfect for layering. Condition: Wore once to sleep so it would soften up from being so stiff. Decided not to keep it cause the sleeves didn't quite fit me. Asking $110 Measurements: Chest: 18.75" Shoulder: 17" Front Length: 25" Back Length: 24" Sleeves: 25.5" http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v516/krzyrice/_DSC3778.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v516/krzyrice/_DSC3779.jpg 3. Huf Snapback Brand new. Asking $30. 4. Oakland MLB 7 1/4 Brand new. Asking $40 5. Timex Bright Camper Collection I wore this watch around 3 times. It is made out of plastic and has a nylon wristband. It's very light and a great looking watch. I just never wear it. Asking $50 6. The Hundreds Johnson Low Canvas sz. 7.5 New. Asking $40 7. Hype Alexis Handbag Tote New. Originally bought for my sister but it wasn't her style. Asking $80 8. Nike Four Seasons Jacket sz. Large Worn a few times but still in good condition. Asking $20. 9. Ultimate Ears 700 Hear your music like never before with Ultimate Ears 700 Noise-Isolating Earphones. Immerse yourself in a 3D soundstage delivered by two pro-quality speakers per ear. Wear them down or up – either way the sleek micro design virtually disappears in your ear. Find the most comfortable fit with five sizes of soft silicone ear cushions and two Comply Foam Tips that reduce noise by 26dB Condition: Worn probably around 20-30 times over the course of a year. I hardly use them at all. It's still in excellent condition and comes with the original box and everything. It's missing one large silicone ear tip but to be honest, foam is much better anyway. Asking $90 10. Ultimate Ears Triplefi10 Studio grade earphones with triple armature speakers. Triple because it directs the low, mid and high frequencies to a separate speaker, a total of three in each ear (that's patented, you know). That means you'll hear every layer of sound, every nuance, every detail. A musician's breathing. Fingers sliding across guitar frets. Yes, you'll hear all that just as if the artist were before you performing it live. It's the sonic equivalent of sitting in the world's best recording studio. Condition: Brand new in non-retail packaging (it was received this way). Asking $150 11. Klipsch Image x10 Introducing IMAGE noise-isolating earphones from Klipsch. Not only is it the world's smallest and lightest full-range in-ear earphone design, IMAGE from Klipsch fuses lifestyle, technology, and fashion to offer a personalized fit and deliver a precision-tuned acoustic experience. Status symbol products such as the iPod® have played a major role in making technology fashionable in recent years, making it necessary to develop a stylish audio accouterments that can bring better sound to in-vogue listeners. Condition: Brand new. Asking $150 12. Banksy 2012 Calendar and Iplunge Brand new. Accidentially ordered twice of each and was too late to return them. Calendar has a slight bend in the bottom left corner from poor packaging. Asking $20 for the calendar and $6 for the iplunge. Don't hesitate to ask any questions and shipping is $5 for small items and $10 for jackets by USPS Priority.