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    anyone here on svpply?
  2. Chile :: Santiago :: General

    I'm in santiago for the next few days. Looking for recommendations on food, museums and bars. I'll be traveling for the next 6 weeks so I'm not going to be shopping much as my bags are already pretty full. For food any good street/local food spots to check out would be good. For bars any places that have craft style beers would be awesome. I'm up for pretty much anything so if you have any suggestions they are more than welcome.
  3. edit: please note that the info here is from several years ago and might not be accurate. thought I'd share a few things.. shop department stores in paris are quite boring, I was done with lafayette and printemps in 15 minutes. printemps had martin margiela, dries van noten, dior and others. lafayette had those plus comme des garcons... but a rather bland selection of everything. le bon marche was my favorite department store, but the menswear sections sucks compared to womens. colette is overrated, its basically a display cabinet for tourists, I don't know of anyone every buying anything there, unless it was a souvenier or a magazine. maria luisa is a nice small store, they have 3 locations with one being mens. they have ann demeulemeester, veronique branquinho, undercoverism, margiela, alexander mcqueen, some rick owens etc. somewhat limited selection of clothing and shoes but worth checking out I think if you like the style. edit: mens store is closed l'eclaireur was very interesting, they have several stores in paris. the one on rue herold is the original one. hard to find at first, its behind a unmarked door on the small street. once you get buzzed in you'll see a dark halway and amazing looking studio style space. they carry carol christian poell, carpe diem, undercoverism, faliero sarti, paul harnden, guidi etc. The location on rue Malher also has a great selection that mostly resembles the one on rue Herold. Ann demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Lanvin, Paul Harnden, Givenchy etc... the store on champs elysees is shit and at least a few years ago the staff was beyond annoying, haven't stepped there since then. selection is more mainstream. the rest sell womens only. rick owens store - always new stuff as well as sales, but only a small part of each collection. worth visiting. Shimji - CLOSED Void - new small independent store in Marais, haven't been but supposedly nice. oh and palais de tokyo was a pretty cool place. the bookstore there was great. we also grabbed some food at the restaurant which was surprisingly good. definately worth going to, its a great place to spend the evening since its open so late (midnight, I think). eat eat at Le 404 (moroccan, they speak english so reserve a table) and drink in the ajoined bar, Andy Wahloo. cool atmosphere, the courtyard is nice and cozy. Pinxo is a nice small asian/fusion restaurant, eat at the counter to see your food being prepared. Le Petit Marche - in Marais, nice cozy place. Clou - small, minimal and trendy spot in Marais, not cheap but good food. stay Artus is a nice hotel in saint-germain, but renting an apartment is usually more convenient and cheaper. Apartments - check out vrbo, feelparis etc, there are plenty of agencies for rentals, short or long.
  4. japan :: tokyo :: shopping

    Supreme harajuku: the stuff from new season looks crappy; i cant justify paying nearly 60 bucks for a tee. the interior looks pretty dope. neighborhood: a lot better than i expected. though they didnt have any of the crazy denim, they did have some level 2 savage denim. i tried on a pair and they looked great. 30000 yen. staff was really nice cause i didnt look like a reseller. FIL: no music; hot chicks working there; everything is super expensive so the shoes seem like they are reasonably priced; the SA dude carries the shoes to the entrance as i walk out and vows. cplus headwear: located in the basement of some old ass building. the shops in the bldg are like restaurants and cafes. very small store but the staff was really nice. headporter: just a complete mad house. so many people crammed into the store. what my friend and i learned = the size of a bag isnt proportional to its size a small fanny pack may cost 15000 yen but a messenger bag is 35000 yen lad musician: cool but it aint my steez atmos: the northface collabos look great but atmos x porter items are just insanely expensive. e.g. a small pouch = 10000 yen more to come
  5. china :: hong kong :: general

    Do you have any tips for shopping? clubbing? eating? Please let me knowwwwwww Thanks!!!
  6. mexico :: general

    Looking to find really cool diggs in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to spend new years..... does anyone have any super recommendations?