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Sorry, I new to this idea... but you be able to pick up a shirt for me at Orginal Fake, KAWS' store? How much extra do you charge for yourself?

I would probably be able to get it for you. PM or email me to let me know which shirt interests you.

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He would definetly be cheaper than juno, dont know about celga. A pair of 7700 yen sneakers would cost me 80$ + 25 shipping (to Sweden) so a total of 105. If I would buy from juno that price would be 135$.

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I charge around the same thing as coldrice... roughly 10%. I think I'm cheaper than Juno because I don't charge bank fees. Also, in a near future, I'll probably be able to offer certain designer items for really good prices but that is still just a project.

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I'll start slowly around the 24th of September and the full thing will be running on October 11th.

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N'oublie pas de me contactez quand tout sera prêt!

Je tiens a être parmis les premiers!!!!! j'ai vu des tonnes de jeans qui me sont passés sous le nez sur yahoo!!!! En espèrant que cela n'arrive plus!!

GOOD LUCK!!!

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Ok, I've been getting lots of PM so I'll try to clear out the confusion...

I'll be ready for sure around the 11th of October. I'll let you know if I come up with something before but for now that's the date. Feel free to PM if you need more info or quotes.

Thank you!

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hmm ok that sounds great. How much are you charging for the commission? Even so it'll still be probably alot cheaper than getting my stuff from the local rape resellers.

When will you be leaving Tokyo?

I don't know when I'll be leaving Tokyo, in a year or so perhaps.

If you want quotes on certain items, send me a link or price via PM please.

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