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is it selfridges that has it?

as well as n(n)?

i believe so..

i know browns has it.

of course.. uc's prices are pretty steep..

300 euro's for shoes and 800 for a jacket..

Edited by raijin on Sep 26, 2004 at 12:21 PM

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anybody know if these Undercover slip on are real

anyone know how i can get in conact with Undercover/undercoverism press??

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New Undercover corner in the Dover Street Market in London.

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faust (and everyone else) -- please don't link directly to images (i.e., to the doverstreetmarket.com domain) -- use imageshack.us or another free image host to host the images for you (imageshack is convenient since it has a "load from URL" option).

I really need to write up better rules, and I swear I will someday....

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faust (and everyone else) -- please don't link directly to images (i.e., to the doverstreetmarket.com domain) -- use imageshack.us or another free image host to host the images for you (imageshack is convenient since it has a "load from URL" option).

I really need to write up better rules, and I swear I will someday....

My bad. I still don't have an imageshack account - I'll set that up, or I'll just post links to the images themselves without posting the actual images - is that Ok? Is it for copyright reasons or for bandwidth reasons?

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There's no Undercover Menswear runway show I think. Check out the women's fall collection photos, the men's look is usually sort of based on that too, meaning the same footwear, some coats and accessories. This fall it was women clothed like mummies.

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My bad. I still don't have an imageshack account - I'll set that up, or I'll just post links to the images themselves without posting the actual images - is that Ok? Is it for copyright reasons or for bandwidth reasons?
Actually, you don't need an account on imageshack.. you can set one up to access old images you've uploaded but it isn't necessary. Posting the links is okay, but imho the best idea is to re-upload the image. It's for bandwidth reasons.

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Actually, you don't need an account on imageshack.. you can set one up to access old images you've uploaded but it isn't necessary. Posting the links is okay, but imho the best idea is to re-upload the image. It's for bandwidth reasons.

Ok, cool - I'll keep in mind.

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It's for bandwidth reasons.

When you upload to imageshack/paintedover/photobucket/tinypic/etc, you also erase the risk of the original link turning into something offensive or a 'please don't link to our site' message. I know that Somethingawful loves to turn their images into gay porn when someone links directly to one of them.

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Nice to see a vintage thread.. and a mighty good update at that, faust!

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I have been convinced, without ever having been there, that Dover Street Market is the single greatest place on earth. Viva Rei Kawakubo.

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Dover Street Market, in terms of its interior, is one of the best stores I've ever been to. The new Undercover room looks amazing.

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Nice to see a vintage thread.. and a mighty good update at that, faust!

cheers!!!!

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yea wicked post faust!

it looks like a mini version of the tokyo store with all those clothes in cabinets!

i wanna know when the new season will be in sotres too!

i went to number nine last week and they had fuk all in,,the top floor was totally empty!

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saw some pics of some pieces of the new UC collection in the new men's non-no. pretty dope jackets. think jun used fabric tape for some detailing like ccp did a few years ago.

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I couldn't quite see the details, the magazine spreads had some sort of misty photo effect. The collection still remains a mystery to me.

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Are you guys talking about the August issue with Kimura Takuya on the cover? I just picked it up yesterday, haven't had a chance to read it...

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That's it djrajio.

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Dover Street Market, in terms of its interior, is one of the best stores I've ever been to. The new Undercover room looks amazing.

I'll be there in September, and I'll try to snap some pix for my blog.

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Are you guys talking about the August issue with Kimura Takuya on the cover? I just picked it up yesterday, haven't had a chance to read it...

40 year old boys band members with long and illustrious careers, only in Japan....

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I have been convinced, without ever having been there, that Dover Street Market is the single greatest place on earth. Viva Rei Kawakubo.

Dover street market is hands down the best designed most exciting retail space in London, but given Rei Kawakubo's pedigree, vision and collaboraters you can't really expect it not to be.

However, where DSM is exceptional in London, I think it's testament to Japanese retail design that creative retail spaces like DSM are almost two a penny in Tokyo.

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40 year old boys band members with long and illustrious careers, only in Japan....

I'm a big fan of Kimura. He's still probably the most stylish Japanese entertainer around and looks good in everything he wears. What I love most about him is that he still retains the masulinity that I feel is lacking in a lot of new Japanese entertainers and it comes out in his clothes. I dunno what it is but it seems that Japanese guys seem to lack balls nowadays. Just look at all the models on Non-no; they are all very girly and feminine and frankly I feel its a bit too much for me...

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I'm a big fan of Kimura. He's still probably the most stylish Japanese entertainer around and looks good in everything he wears. What I love most about him is that he still retains the masulinity that I feel is lacking in a lot of new Japanese entertainers and it comes out in his clothes. I dunno what it is but it seems that Japanese guys seem to lack balls nowadays. Just look at all the models on Non-no; they are all very girly and feminine and frankly I feel its a bit too much for me...

I gotta give it to him, he's probably one of the only entertainer who got Dior right.

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fancy scanning in some of the images darkanimal? :)

Oh I didn't buy it, just browsed thru it on the magazine racks.

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