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Paul Smith has been the centre of much chatter on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum. Take a butchers here
Boss Orange is a classic that has attracted chatter on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum – Take a butchers here
BOSS Orange is HUGO BOSS casual wear line and stands for a light hearted, easygoing attitude. The casual collections are characterized by urban influences and are aimed at men and women who emphasize their own individual fashion style. Shoes and accessories, as well as licensed watches, eyewear and fragrances complete the look.
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Here’s a debate worth a butchers on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum about the validity of Anti-Fashion:
“is anti-fashion still a form of fashion?”
“good question. i suspect it is if you wear a t-shirt to that effect. it’s all semantics. what is the true definition of fashion?”
“official definition =
1.a prevailing custom or style of dress, etiquette, socializing, etc.: the latest fashion in dresses. 2.conventional usage in dress, manners, etc., esp. of polite society, or conformity to it: the dictates of fashion; to be out of fashion. 3.manner; way; mode: in a warlike fashion. 4.the make or form of anything: He liked the fashion of the simple, sturdy furniture. 5.a kind; sort: All fashions of people make up the world. 6.Obsolete. 7.Obsolete. act or process of making. 8.to give a particular shape or form to; make: The cavemen fashioned tools from stones. 9.to accommodate; adjust; adapt: doctrines fashioned to the varying hour. 10.Shipbuilding. to bend (a plate) without preheating. 11.Obsolete. to contrive; manage. 12.after or in a fashion, in some manner or other or to some extent; in a makeshift, unskillful, or unsatisfactory way: He’s an artist after a fashion.”
Take a butchers at this one on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum:
“a bit of a tongue-in-cheek question. do you think aliens would be into fashion? if so, what would be there fashion’s characteristics? do you think it would be androgynous?”
Maybe a thread for the mad amongst us but why not check out these Star Wars jeans from Yoropiko. 25% OFF ’til the end of the February. See Here
Armani has had more chatter on the Kitmeout fashion forum than most Italian brands. Get a butchers here >
Kind of chatter about Armani goes:
“Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani has said he always looks east to China for inspiration.
“China has always been very present in my collection. Even before I came here, I’ve always been inspired by China, I have always dreamt and imagined Asia. It fascinates me,” he said in Hong Kong Wednesday.
With the opening up of the country, Armani said he hoped to further expand his business in the mainland.
“Since my last visit two years ago when we had only a handful of shops, today we have over 30; this is becoming a very large reality and there’s much more to come,” he said.
“In fact, the Greater China market now represents even a bigger market in retail than in South Korea where we’ve been present for 15 years. It demonstrates the speed with which the market is now growing and the potential.”
Greater China – the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan – recorded the largest increase in worldwide sales, up 38 percent, for the Armani Group in the first half of last year.”
Take a butchers at a bunch of threads on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum about the Scotch & Soda brand – Here >
Including: “I have seen Scotch & Soda in Saks, Bloomingdales and Nordstroms! It’s strange how brands are precieved differently in different countries. Perhaps the Internet will correct that anomaly over the coming years.”
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Here we take a retrospective butchers at the boney jeans phenomenon followed by Levi Jeans and RMC. Full thread here >
“I don’t think they are that bad. When I read the title of the thread – I was getting scared! Nowhere near as bad as I imagined. Suppose it’s different from the usual skulls that have been around for ages.”
Evisu has had a great deal of chatter on the Kitmeout fashion forum over the years. Here’s a typical post:
“pre ben sherman the brand was still raw and hidehiko was inspired t design. he then got soft with too much wealth during the ben sherman years when peter caplin took the brand mainstream. then post ben sherman the brand has moved into mainstream commercialism and has been partially devastated by the counterfeit industry and ebay.”
Take a butchers at a bunch of Evisu threads here >
“evisu’s high point in the uk at least was probably around 2000 – 02 (mellennium golds). it had some limited success in the usa a bit later. insomniax has hit the timeline almost perfectly.
tom when you say “there was a period in the 90’s where it was an extremely popular brand”, could you clarify that? very popular where and with whom?
btw, are you doing personal research or research for a company?
i think there’s a wider question here: what is the realistic life-expectancy of a brand like evisu?”
It’s been argued throughout the Kitmeout Fashion Forum that the days of the Fashion persona are numbered. Many of the post-print generation are turned off by pretentious fashion designers trumpeting their name across clothes and magazines. One fashion king stands out though for his quiet genius and unpretentious style, Massimo Osti – the late, great fashion designer renown for unrivaled innovation.
Here’s one of many questions on the fashion forum: “What’s the consensus on Massimo Osti clothing? Can you still buy the brand? I know there was some talk of his son doing a collection under the Massimo Osti banner.”.
Small collection of genuine archive Massimo Osti available here >
It seems there’s a lot of trouble knowing what size to order when buying Italian clothes online:
“Does Anyone Else Have A Problem With D&G’s Sizing? Everything Is 2 Or 3 Sizes Smaller Than The Tag. I Ordered A Pair Of Jeans. I Am A 33 So I Ordered A 34 And They Are Smaller Than My Armani 30 Waist. This Has Happen With D&G Shirts In The Past As Well.”.
Here’s the full thread on the Kitmeout Fashion Forum >
In this retrospective we take a butchers at Giorgio Armani’s observation:
“Who better than Victoria Beckham to launch our new global Emporio Armani underwear campaign? Victoria is a style icon, a dynamic lady whose influence and recognition will add great excitement to the continued international growth of our Emporio Armani women’s underwear business.”
Does anyone believe that Georgy Porgy actually penned that comment? See full thread on the Fashion Forum, here >
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Here we take a retrospective butchers at a no-nonsense hard nut and his denim.
“Most of the items came from David Loehr’s now-defunct James Dean Gallery in Gas City. Loehr had collected Dean items for 30 years and displayed them for 17 years at his gallery.
The most expensive auction item was a pair of jeans Dean wore in “Giant,” one of three movies the Hoosier actor made before dying in a 1955 car crash. The jeans sold for $35,850.”
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