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that womans so dumb/ voice is gross too. cant remember who i saw her interviewing but it was terrible, might have been the visvim dude.

there was an "interview" she did with Boris Bidjan Saberi, it was probably the most retarded questionnaire I've ever heard. apparently its removed now, maybe people were hating on it too much..

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She not only sounds horrible, but her tone of voice sounds almost completely disinterested, and her questions sound as though they are simply off the cuff.

As though she did no prep work whatsoever before the interview began, and she couldn't care less about who she is talking to.

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yeah i was looking at the scotch and soda ones. don't know how the quality is like though.

scotch & soda is terrible, dont waste your money.

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What are the mind blowing collections this year? Nothing has really stood out to me, except maybe Martine. I want clean ruggedness.

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I remember about 4 years ago seeing this beautiful knit at u&i that said "I'm Tired" in cursive writing on the back. Anyone know what brand that was? Shot in the dark, I know.

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So tired of seeing runway shots on streetstyle blogs. Whatever happened to staying real?

I remember watching a Swedish doc about this ish, how they turn people we "trust" into marketing machines.

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fuck. time to turn sufu-approved wear into 9-5 workroom wear.

not too happy about this.

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didn't really know where to put this but here it goes,

so i've been trying out different silhouettes of clothes and as a shorter dude it's hard to find a good balance between the top half/bottom half... any tips appreciated

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didn't really know where to put this but here it goes,

so i've been trying out different silhouettes of clothes and as a shorter dude it's hard to find a good balance between the top half/bottom half... any tips appreciated

well first what's you build?

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The new Raf Simons Items up for sale at Oki-ni have made me go back and appreciate AW2010 collection a whole lot more. Items have translated fantastically well to retail.

h1ANEi4dYKk

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http://www.quinnydesign.com

http://www.the-v-store.com/view.aspx?flat=8592

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wish i had a babby

i want to give have babby rollin in the vibskov stroller

and the babby wipez n umbrella

mommy and babby outsteezin the daycare

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What collection is this from?

raf f/w 06

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for all the product enthusiasts and nerds:

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feelin' wistful

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A BLOG is pleased to announce that the guest womenswear designer for the January 2011 edition of Pitti Immagine is the London-based British designer Gareth Pugh. Gareth’s beginnings in the East London clubland scene have developed into a refined, futuristic vision of directional contemporary high fashion, that will be showcased in a special presentation in Florence, Italy for Pitti next year.

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A word from Lapo Cianchi, communication & events director of Pitti Immagine:

“In February 2007 we organized an event in Milan with Boombox which, at the time, was one of the East London creative community’s symbolic venues. Gareth Pugh was already one of the leaders of the generation of young British fashion designers who helped to make that evening so exciting.

We have followed his work in London and Paris, seen his style evolve – from the Gothic atmospheres of the early days to today’s decidedly flamboyant effects – as well as the way he presents his collections: the video screened at the last Paris fashion week brought new energy to the discussion on the use of multimedia technologies in fashion.

So we had all the right reasons for inviting Gareth Pugh to Florence and Pitti, where there is plenty of space for fashion experiments which can dialogue with the city’s unique historical and artistic venues. We are very happy that Gareth Pugh responded to our invitation with such enthusiasmâ€.

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“It is an incredible honour for me to be invited to show in Florence with Pitti. Their pioneering approach is very freeing and I am very excited to be part of the Pitti experience“. - Gareth Pugh

Pitti Immagine 11-14th January, 2011

Florence, Italy.

www.pittimmagine.com

source: http://www.ablogcuratedby.com/amagazine/gareth-pugh-for-pitti-w-7/

:D:D:D

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http://world.g-shock.com/intl/stw/people/snap/gallery.html

Beyond the G-Shock watch marketing, it's a nice gallery of the faces behind some of the major stores/brands around the world.

A familar friend from oki-ni showed up on the list:

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