Nov

18

Two way

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Got no time right now for a pre-orchestrated photoshoot with a dslr, here are some quick shots from a friend’s iPhone of a quilted version of a jacket I wore today from my shearling collection at two different times both with the sleeves on and off. This is the first time I’ve worn it …

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Nov

14

Thick cuffed

Had this shirt for a while now and I’ve been wearing it nearly everyday since. It is possibly the most casual / non-casual shirt I’ll ever own. (Casual because it feels so loose and flowy and easy to wear, and non-casual because you start to debate whether or not it might be a good idea [...]

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Nov

12

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The weather just got SO cold, and actually I am loving it, perfect excuse for substantial outerwear. Oh and to answer some of your questions the boots are by Charlotte Olympia. More soon.

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Nov

08

Corner of Flushing Ave

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Waiting and checking e-mails on the corner of Flushing Ave near the Brooklyn Navy Yard, there were a few things I had to pick up at M. Fried Displays, just realized this place is another little Hasidic Jewish community, with two warehouses (M Fried Displays and B&H) located here to house all of it’s stock.. [...]

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Sep

19

Great Style: Scott Disick

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It can no longer be kept a secret. I look to Scott Disick for style inspiration. The cattle of it-girls with spindly legs and cheesy it bags just don’t do it for me. Some of you may think I’m crazy for thinking this, but he really does have great style. My mother told me for [...]

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Sep

16

Noteworthy Shoes 2011-2012

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Hands reaching or pointing to represent best of the best. I went through a phase where I had to collect shoes. Something about owning them made me feel more powerful or something, but as seasons pass I look at those same shoes I lusted after and realize they are no longer as desirable as they [...]

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Sep

13

Industrialized Studding

This micro studded effect, as I mentioned before, is probably one of my favorite forms of garment decoration. Going through the comments it seems like the Versace post brought up some really great points about decoration that I actually agree with, but that doesn’t mean we can’t love what we sometimes rationalize as mindless. And [...]

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Sep

11

Versace World

There’s so much madness when you look at Versace’s older creations, this intensity is something I can see right away in works by other designers like Alaia or Raf Simons…I have two really old Versace books my mom got me during college filled with some of the most beautiful clothing, I was going through a [...]

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Sep

10

Mundane Places

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I wore this out one night and…it was kind of funny…them: “omg what is that???!??!” “your jacket is glowing!” me: “uhh..(runs away)” Fact: Maintenance on this jacket is expensive. For this to really work there needs to not only be some updates on the design (which we wouldn’t mind exploring further, thank you for all [...]

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Sep

05

Alex Gaidouk

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This person kindly e-mailed me to introduce himself and to say he enjoyed reading my blog. Fortunately he also sent me a link to his work. Most of the time I won’t spend much time going through the website, unless of course you get sucked in and you realize you just spent 30 minutes of [...]

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