Menswear: Pics From Other Fashion Forums. Whether They Are Great, Terrible Or Awful.


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nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

1 Feb 2012 18:06
beedub wrote: Not got the end yet, but the first 20 or so seem to just all be people in suits/ blazers?

thats is all UK menswear is as far as the "media" is concerned.
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

1 Feb 2012 18:19
Philip A wrote: figurine, it's White Mountaneering ss12. should've pointed that out. bottom half is so awkward.

the guy has sparrow legs, looks like he's been bedridden for the last 20 years

San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

1 Feb 2012 21:46
Sayword wrote: I didn't know ya boys was stylin on niggas in ol' londontown Jimmy Hill jawdrop Laughing out loud
http://streetetiquette.com/2011/10/03/fashion-week-etiquette-london-ss-12/
Is that stylin? Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
The 'fuck outta here
oldgregg
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6370 posts since 13/4/02

1 Feb 2012 22:15
San wrote:
Sayword wrote: I didn't know ya boys was stylin on niggas in ol' londontown Jimmy Hill jawdrop Laughing out loud
http://streetetiquette.com/2011/10/03/fashion-week-etiquette-london-ss-12/
Is that stylin? Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
The 'fuck outta here
Love his/their blog, kings of stating the obvious like they just dicovered something new and exciting "today on my travels on the subway i found a pair of shoes. There is something really intriguing about shoes, maybe the sense of adventure and discovery [who knows..] or the fact that the thin layer of animal hide prevents your feet from getting all bloody and sore while walking, yada, yada, more pompous retarded shit, yada, yada" * Repeat for any random garment next week.
oldgregg
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6370 posts since 13/4/02

1 Feb 2012 22:20
Plus they really, really do look like clowns, i'ts a mad world when they can ( i only assume) support themselves financially on this shit. If you vote me emperor of the world I will have them begging for crazy colored scraps in banana republics kids department.
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

1 Feb 2012 22:31
i can't get my head around this sentence on that blog, does it make sense and it's just me?

Joshua Kissi : After my trip to Berlin earlier in the year I have been apprehensive to travel back to Europe more frequently, if presented the opportunity.
ew2
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498 posts since 9/3/08

1 Feb 2012 22:45
bresone wrote: i can't get my head around this sentence on that blog, does it make sense and it's just me?

Joshua Kissi : After my trip to Berlin earlier in the year I have been apprehensive to travel back to Europe more frequently, if presented the opportunity.
m15try
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1257 posts since 18/8/09

1 Feb 2012 22:49
Laughing out loud
Sayword
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5428 posts since 1/4/07

1 Feb 2012 23:44
bresone wrote: i can't get my head around this sentence on that blog, does it make sense and it's just me?

Joshua Kissi : After my trip to Berlin earlier in the year I have been apprehensive to travel back to Europe more frequently, if presented the opportunity.
yo me too! the apprehensive threw me off like a muddafucka
bruk
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3738 posts since 2/11/06

1 Feb 2012 23:49
you on the 'erbals tonight? talkin like Elmer Fudd up in this piece? You hunting wabbits?

for the record those guys look and sound like clowns
Sayword
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5428 posts since 1/4/07

1 Feb 2012 23:58
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

1 Feb 2012 23:59
Laughing out loud so it's not just me. read it back like 4 times
sexonfabric
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848 posts since 22/9/09

2 Feb 2012 00:16
JKissi posted quite a lot on StyleForum and was a cool guy. I like his style, but never really checked his blog.
hassanova
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388 posts since 19/11/07

2 Feb 2012 00:26
This doesn't sound right either: 'After an airport of nuisances which included the loss of my personal luggage, despite this we experienced a thrilling trip across the pond which was way over due.' The whole article is so forced and sounds completely off
Kingmob07
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9154 posts since 11/5/07

2 Feb 2012 00:42
Dickens would be most perturbed
RickRude
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3902 posts since 13/1/12

2 Feb 2012 00:46
Bunch of complete cunts, it looks like they just go into vintage shops and lob on anything
Lyall
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1857 posts since 1/6/10

2 Feb 2012 00:52
hassanova wrote: This doesn't sound right either: 'After an airport of nuisances which included the loss of my personal luggage, despite this we experienced a thrilling trip across the pond which was way over due.' The whole article is so forced and sounds completely off

Feels like they're trying too hard to sound 'Ivy league'.
TheConductor
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4294 posts since 17/11/09

2 Feb 2012 01:11
I think they've used freetranslation.com
Sayword
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5428 posts since 1/4/07

2 Feb 2012 02:19
TheConductor wrote: I think they've used freetranslation.com

I thought it said "an airport of nuances"

Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

2 Feb 2012 02:32
Could be dyslexic