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not in order

margiela - your right though not quite sure how it's going to go from now on but..

rittenhouse - new brand from australia only hard to fin much here but nice

hussein chalayan

number 9 /

undercover but can't really wear it

soph

louis vuitton - mens ties

comme des garcon - all

cloudy superstar

pam

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Hi goldstein

unfortunately not sold as yet in London

L'eclaireur on rue des rossier in Paris sells it, as does If in Soho (New york)

Paul Harnen is from Brighton. One of the guys from Callous worked with him for a bit

Ruth

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Hi Ruth

Seems that his clothes and shoes are pretty rare... you can't find much info on the net. Do you know if they has a store in Brighton? would defenitly make a trip up there to check it out. The store in Amsterdam who used to sell it (Reflections) closed down... they sold their store (to Chanel i believe). Thanks for the address in Paris... will check that out for sure.

S.

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Prada

Levis

Evisu

Supreme

Neighborhood

Fred Perry

Undefeated

Pringle

Deep Tenth

Bape

Edited by perry on Jan 18, 2005 at 03:21 PM

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not in particular order:

Hussein Chalayan

Undercover

Bernhard Willhelm

Levi's Red / when it's good

Margiela

Yohji Yamamoto

Commes Des Garcons

Karen walker

Eley Kishimoto

United Bamboo

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not in particular order:

Hussein Chalayan

Undercover

Bernhard Willhelm

Levi's Red / when it's good

Margiela

Yohji Yamamoto

Commes Des Garcons

Karen Walker

Eley Kishimoto

United Bamboo

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no order:

mui mui

rogan

name value

addict

hussein chalayan

marni

anokha

bronx illustrated - nice images t-shirt

corefighter co

bounty hunter

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FOR RAW

well, stussy's designs are not that innovative anymore, but basically they are viewed as the father of modern street/skatewear, the company that made all these brands like bape, stussy, etc possible. That's why the brand gets respect by all the designers. They also have a proven track record and a corporate budget so they an get collabos with most anyone they'd like. My favorite was the stussyXlowealpine bag that came out a few years back.it is aperfect example of the limited edition design process at stussy. Most of their backpacks are just cheap crap with lame designs and cost around 60 bucks. But this was a collaboration with lowe alpine the mountain gear company. It was called "stussy on the lowe" i own two of them in both colors and i can honestly say it is the best bag to come out of streetwear ever. It is so much better qaulity than supreme or bape or headporter you name it. Ive had it since 2000 or so when it came out and you just cant get anything better. They also have Custommade, which is thier more limited line of tees. of course their nike collaborations are amazing. So yes. some of their stuff is cheap crap u could buy anywhere but sometimes u get priceless stuff. hope that helps.

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not in a particular order

Comme des Garcons

Vivienne Westwood (both man and anglomania)

Walter van Beirendonck

Bernard Wilhelm

Prada

Gaspard Yurkevich(or how you spell it)

Y's by Yohiji Yamamoto

Viktor&Rolf

Dries van Noten

Dsquared

expertof<u>style</u>

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comme des garcons??? Do any of you know what that line looks like?? If you are a guy and like that shit you are gay, straight up. And for the ladies, none of you could afford it. Just becuae they sell their cologne at some of the stores you weirdos worship doesn't mean you know anything about it.

freekyyyy

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yo superfreak...why ur name b sounding like mine man?.....dam---hatin on everyone...my favs:

comme des garcons-no doubt

bape

supreme

rogan

agnes b

apc--defintely apc

as four

northface

money over bitches

nike

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Superfreak

Your quote on 26th regarding MTTM "I hate when people talk and don't even know what they are saying" ..... definately applies to yourself in regards to your Comme Des Garcon snipe

I've been buying comme for years now...but then you don't seem to get it !!

and guess what i'm a girl AND I can afford it.

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W)Taps

W)Taps

W)Taps

W)Taps

W)Taps

Supreme

Nike

G-Shock

W)Taps

W)Taps

I put his brains all over the street sos u could see what he was just thinkin

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marni

jessica ogden

silas/babette

undercover

goodenough

junya watanabe/junya watanabe man pink

hussein chalayan

eley kishimoto

lavenham

visvim

Edited by bikkle on Feb 17, 2005 at 04:48 AM

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Since my chemical makeup is 90% t-shirts.. my favorite t-shirts, in no particular order:

1) Brknhome

2) Supreme

3) XLarge

4) Rinse & Repeat

5) early Fresh Jive

6) Stussy

7) Daggers Drawn

8) aNYthing

9) Proper

10) Huf

thehundreds is huge.

www.thehundreds.com

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Stussy (tees)

Supreme (backpacks, tees)

SSUR (sweaters, tees)

Bathing Ape (tees)

Levis (jeans)

Nike (sneakers)

Adidas (sneakers)

Shanghai Tang (jackets)

Burton (snowboarding outfits)

The North Face / Gergory (shoulder bags)

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Howies http://www.howies.co.uk

Fly53R135 http://www.fly53r135.com

Hixsept http://www.hixsept.com

Ubiquity http://www.ubiquityrecords.com

Pure Evil http://www.pureevilclothing.com

Brown Bubble http://www.brownbubble.com

Camper http://www.camper.com

Chrome http://www.chrometransport.com

can'tskate http://www.cantskate.com

Upperplayground http://www.upperplayground.com

Shop http://www.soullife.co.uk

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