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the cheetos make the outfit

agy rulez

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shit was my poster for months, vampyr...aggy is an appropriate unhealthy obsession

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i live in a tiny town and work at american apparel. a dude who looked about 50 came into today with a walking stick, a mohawk and DBSS studded sneaks. i don't normally talk to dudes about clothes (i doubt anyone in my city would even know what DBSS is), but i said something like 'awesome diet butcher sneaks' and he was amazed that i knew what they were. we talked for a few mins and he said he just bought them on a tokyo trip. mentioned he got some julius stuff, too. its weird but it was such an awesome conversation with a total stranger. never thought i would see someone rocking DBSS in adelaide. he bought five plain black tees.

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^can't rep but bless you. bless you for this.^

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Seriously. Anyone know anything about it?

what do you want to know about it?

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What are u asking, really?

It's from a video installation by Peter de Potter..

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old love wednesdays

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less than a year until pretty much everything finally drops...counting the days with a charcoal pencil

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Nom de guerre will be closing for good at the end of this month. SAD SAD to see them go! =(

really? they are shadows of their former selves. i hope a better store takes their place.

remember when they sold nikes?

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Damn, that's tough. I love(d) the ambiance and location of the place. I remember buying my first pair of dunk sbs there in 2004.

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last few collections weren't that good but they did put out some nice knitwear. It's a shame that this is their last season.

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sad to hear that

they did some good outerwear

plus the shop was so cool. loved the underground sale section

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Haider Ackermann’s First and Last Menswear Line

Haider Ackermann revealed that his first menswear collection will be his last.

"The decision to present a one-season collection was a creative decision," said Anne Chapelle, owner and CEO of BVBA 32, the Antwerp-based company that operates and produces both Haider Ackermann’s and Ann Demeulemeester's collections. Ackermann’s dazzling menswear line was exhibited in Florence in June and was picked up by international boutiques as well as Barneys in New York. This is truly unfortunate for us guys, to gain and lose a designer with such imaginative vision so quickly. This great vision was also recognized by the great Karl Lagerfeld, who would select Ackermann as his current successor at Chanel. Ackermann’s only menswear collection will be released in the new year!

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^wow it would suck if those girls fell, but thats an amazing video.

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"Celebrating the breathtaking imagination and groundbreaking designs of Lee Alexander McQueen, the latest fashion film by Nick Knight pays tribute to McQueen's sensational creations, stellar career, and most importantly to the man himself. This fashion film tribute, titled 'To Lee, With Love, Nick', will be showcased at the British Fashion Awards and online at SHOWstudio.com tomorrow evening.

Directed by Nick Knight and set to an exclusive soundtrack by Björk, this one-off film features a painstakingly curated selection of landmark McQueen pieces drawn from his sixteen-year career. A tribute to the burning creativity of a designer who undoubtedly ranks as the greatest of his generation, this fashion film is breathtaking, mesmerising and utterly unique - just like McQueen himself. "

http://showstudio.com/blog/47780

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for all the product enthusiasts and nerds:

This video is amazing. Having worked with dye houses recently, take my word for it that is a fucking nightmare. Dying is absolutely an art. Its awesome to see how serious they take it and how dedicated they are.

Fuck, I'm jealous.

interesting the vid focused on the dyes and none of the cut/sew production, i imagine if consumers actually saw any of it they'd run away.

I think it makes perfect sense that they focused on dying rather than factory production. It allows them to showcase the research and development that goes into their garments. In my mind the value of every SI garment has just gone up.

You've probably seen production, its fucking boring, its repetitive and by the time a garment reaches production the R&D is generally over.

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anyone think the whole mountaineering trend is starting to get played out?

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anyone think the whole mountaineering trend is starting to get played out?

i rarely see people swagged out in mountaineering gear so no

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sup liberation1945

you are so steezy

:o

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