Menswear: Our Legacy Thread

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meridius avatar

26 posts since 11/5/15

20 Jan 2017 15:22
Mental prices, id be OK with it if the quality was there but its not. Getting awfully close to Acne or even Marni territory.
Superprecise avatar

1765 posts since 16/7/11

20 Jan 2017 16:26
so shit
Razorlight123 avatar

3633 posts since 13/1/10

20 Jan 2017 17:00
Everyone basically just waits for their sale prices tbh.
swede avatar

5924 posts since 21/3/09

20 Jan 2017 17:19
as per, the FW collection looks much better

C-Stylez avatar

4290 posts since 4/7/12

20 Jan 2017 17:40
congrats on making it into the lookbook Swede Cool
d_low avatar

777 posts since 20/8/10

21 Jan 2017 20:15
Never seen a brand fall off so fucking hard. Remember when everyone used to go nuts over their shirts? Had tonnes of individuality. Now it's just the same boring ass drops every season just in a new shade of colour and with an added price hike and drop in quality.

Who're they kidding. £250 for those shirts. lol. I don't even know why I'm butthurt. Guess I just used to rely on OL for my shirts and not bought one in over a year. Gotten way too big for themselves.
ODB avatar

3250 posts since 21/6/06

21 Jan 2017 20:45
EssexBoyII avatar

5459 posts since 5/6/07

22 Jan 2017 09:31
Can't tell if I like the suede shirt in birch colour or not?
shame avatar

1401 posts since 17/7/12

22 Jan 2017 10:24
amen d_low. It was a no brainer to buy their shirts every season, but since 2 years i'm replacing them one by one with other brands.
to be fair, i think they developed a nice and special brand aesthetic, it just doesn't speak to me anymore.
YLAup avatar

4260 posts since 5/9/11

22 Jan 2017 11:12
I still think it's got it just about. The brand always had divisive things that no one would touch, but there's always going to be the odd gem that pops up season to season that everyone hypes.
aitch avatar

8920 posts since 19/8/07

22 Jan 2017 14:30
EssexBoyII wrote: Can't tell if I like the suede shirt in birch colour or not?

Colour looks nicer in the flesh