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1.In4mation(never been there but amazing customer service online and on the phone,ordered many items)

2.Union

3.Brookyln Projects

4.Greyone

5.Situation Normal (although its never open)

6.Proper

7.Buffalo Exchange ( you never know what you'll find)

8.Blends SD

9.Ameoba Records

10....Active...

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YUP LA ALL DAY

my 10 favorite stores would be:

1) Alife

2) Supreme NY

3) Giant Robot

4) Ikea

5) Stussy

6) Barnes and Noble

7) Amoeba !!!!!

8) Mad Platter

9) Brooklyn Projects

10) Trader Joe's

thehundreds is huge.

www.thehundreds.com

Edited by bobbyhundreds on Jun 19, 2005 at 07:04 PM

Edited by bobbyhundreds on Jun 19, 2005 at 07:09 PM

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1. marc jacobs

2. yellow

3. AMOEBA

4. american rag

5. fred segal

6. whole foods

7. fairfax magazine stand

8. melrose/fairfax flea market

9. scout

10. barnes & noble

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Genesis

Bloomingdales

NBA Store

Nike Town

Avianne's (Diamond District)

Cap USA (125th Street)

Bape Sta

Prada

*I think thatz it*

"They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, thatz why I look in the mirror every morning and realize how fly I am" -Killa Cam'ron

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dover street market (london)

undercover (tokyo)

number (n)ine (nyc)

harvey nichols (london)

duffer st. george (london)

supreme (nyc)

corniche (edinburgh)

union (nyc)

browns (london)

hideout (london)

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Somebody please tell me what's so great about Brooklyn projects?

x girl

Union/Stussy

Barneys

APC

Jamie

Adidas originals

Duffer

Lisa Kline or Kitson for Splendid blanks & some other dumb sh%t

UNDFTD

Rock Paper Scissors

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Prada(NYC)

Collette(Paris)

Mark Jakobs(LA)

ALIFE(NYC)

Stussy(NYC)

Foot Patrol(london)

Mahrishi Store(London, though its called dmphi or something like that)

ahhh.....ahahahaha..............hgahahahhaahha......fashion................sex..................drugs............................girls.....uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.........sneakers..............................................

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Stella McCartney (London)

Dior Homme/Dior (Paris)

Louis Vuitton (Tokyo)

Liberty (London)

SpaceNK(London)

Le Bon Marche (Paris)

Dries van Noten (Antwerp)

Mars(jewellery store) (Tokyo)

Chrome Hearts (Hong Kong)

Vending Machines (I mean literally, so they're not shops) (Tokyo)

This is all random.......

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Richard Kidd (vancouver)

IT ( Hong Kong )

Anytime ( Hong Kong )

D Mop (Hong Kong)

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Love Prada in both NYC and LA.

Dior Av. Montaigne (Paris)

Colette (Paris)

Kokon To Zai (Paris)

L'Eclaireur (Paris)

Hermes (Paris)

and not to forget the new Viktor&Rolf store in Milan..very spectacular

expertof<u>style</u>

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> Re: posted: Jul 3, 2005 02:01 PM msg. 7 of 11

Somebody please tell me what's so great about Brooklyn projects?

Agreed!

I don't get it either?

-Dub

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- Colette (Paris)

- L'Eclaireur (Paris)

- Le Bon Marché (Paris)

- An Demeulemeester (Antwerp)

- Walter (Antwerp)

- Barneys (NYC)

- Harvey Nichols (London)

- Tokyu Hands (Tokyo)

- Parco (Tokyo)

- Maxfield (LA)

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i agree. i don't see anything special about the store... no disrespect to Brooklyn Projects.

1. Goodfoot/Nomad (Toronto)

2. I.T. (HK)

3. Blends (Costa Mesa)

4. Proper (LBC)

5. Rivington Club (NYC)

Quote: Somebody please tell me what's so great about Brooklyn projects?

Agreed!

I don't get it either?

"thrust, kill, destroy, stress"

Edited by sr20det on Aug 3, 2005 at 10:42 AM

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1. Prada flagship store (NYC)

2. Amoeba (San Francisco)

3. Best Shop (Berlin)

4. Droog & Co. (Amsterdam)

5. Hejfina (Chicago)

6. Villians (San Francisco)

7. Delirium (Frankfurt)

8. Stussy (NYC)

9. ZebraClub (Berlin)

10. Belmont Army Surplus (Chicago)

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Hahaha...

ABOUT BROOKLYN PROJECTS...

for many, the store is more of a community hang-out, than anything else. Our own Peach Pit icon_smile_wink.gif

Once you get to know Dom, Merf, Tagi, and Dan, then you'd put it on your list also.

thehundreds is huge.

www.thehundreds.com

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I'm all for The Peach Pit but dag.... Top 10 store?

Talk about bias...

We should do a "Top 10 stores that are a cool hang even though they're not a top 10 store" thread.

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1. ebay

2. big drop (nyc)

3. barney's coop

4. livestock

5. opening ceremony

6. h&m

7. stussy (la one)

8. american rag

9. don't tell your mother...

10. neiman's last call and nordy's rack. haha.

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unranked. been to all of em.

retail:

amoeba (la)

design within reach (sd)

footsoldier (tko)

stussy (nyc)

blends (sd/cm)

nom de guerre (nyc)

colette (paris)

supreme (la/nyc/tko)

fiberops (tko)

hideout (lndn)

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REPORTER,

In response,

What makes a Top 10 Store?

To some, it may be based solely on product. Or the store's design. The location. The prices. The clientele. The hype. Etc etc etc.

I have different stores on my list for different reasons, but BP is on there because it is a great store in terms of the overall experience. BP carries some solid lines from time to time, and gets their exclusive pick of skateboarding-related product. But their overall atmosphere is what makes the store. Back when I was a kid, my first experience with independent stores wasn't Bape, or UNDFTD, ... it was the ratty neighborhood skate shop that the locals kicked it at between sessions. I'd hang out there everyday after school, watch videos, skate the curb outside, and cause problems. BP has the same vibe - so in my opinion, that is what makes a TOP 10 Store.

Sorry for the diatribe, - nothin against you - but just giving a better explanation why BP is on my Top 10.

thehundreds is huge.

www.thehundreds.com

Edited by bobbyhundreds on Aug 13, 2005 at 07:14 PM

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Bobby - All good I understand completely. I've got spots like that to reflect on for sure. Just don't consider BP a ratty spot but I get the analogy... So BP is y'alls Zephyr? That would be Union or Stussy (NY) for me as a kid then. Tiny but James was always a sweetheart!

Well alright then go BP!

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