Daily Snaps : NYFW General Style 62 Comments

JKISSI : The weather turned slightly cooler and the capital of the modern world New York City became a stomping ground for fashionistas/tos from around the world to all participate in New York fashion week. Individuals came with their own self expression of fashion and style from the most classic to more interesting looks hitting the streets. It reminded me of viewing online sartorial fashion blogs, but instead this was taking place before me. From the more sophisticated style in areas like the Meat Packing District to something more casual in other parts such as SoHo, the city is on it’s feet and moving.  This is my first time ever participating in any event during this wonderful time and I must say it felt great. Attending the journey with us were photographer/ fashion connoisseur James Jean and good friend Rhamier. With a few days still in stored in fashion week I hope I can find the time to attend more events.

Street Etiquette, Travis Gumbs, Joshua Kissi, Style, NYFW

Trav – Topman | Vintage polo | Nudies | Sebago loafers

JKISSI – J.Crew Rain Slicker | Uniqlo Knit tie | Uniqlo Shirt | Topman skinny trousers | Vintage YSL Bag | Florshiem Wingtips

Fit Description - This is the outfit without the rain slicker and bad weather. I have really taken a liking to knit ties, it really displays a different texture from the usual. If you follow this site you know we like to take on many different color palettes.  I think this is the first time I have put together a fit with the colors navy blue/varsity red/white/black. The influence of Thom Browne inspired me to take on the cropped pant length in this fit. The cropped pant length really brings out the details of  shoes and socks.

JKISSI, Joshua Kissi, Male fashion blogs, Topman, Uniqlo, Uniqlo NYC, Black fashion

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Street Etiquette, Band of Outsiders, BoO, James Jean, Travis Gumbs, Milk Studios

BAND OF OUTSIDERS S/S 2010

The Band of Outsiders show was probably one of the more anticipated shows this week and we were given the pleasure of viewing what is in stored for next year. I have always been intrigued by most pieces Band of Outsiders have produced, and it definitely correlates with my sense of style. The ladies below are also showcasing the new ‘Boy’ collection by Band of Outsiders which looks even more better in person. The piece that caught my eye for the ladies was the real interesting striped pattern skirts. For the fellas I really took interest in the off-white cropped peacoat below a piece I will be looking forward to next year.

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The founder of Band of Outsiders Scott Sternberg didn’t go to school for any major concerning fashion, but eventually started re-sewing vintage pieces that he found interesting. That really caught my attention that he had started from a different platform to journey to the same place. Great stuff –  We thank the people at Band of Outsiders for inviting us, we are looking forward to the next show.

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  • dayinthelyf

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Dope fits from both of you. The band of outsiders thing looked nice, not very often is a beach setting used to promote a f/w line. The blazer and beanie look is pretty cool and that leather jacket looks like a nice piece also.


  • Prêt-à-Porter P

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    with the portfolios and the trenches you both remind me of detectives. ;) in a good way. i like the note about the thom browne inspiration. im curious to how people feel about the fits. i bought a top from him ended up having to return it, because i get that he has a very certain look, but at the end of the day people have to be able to move in his clothes. i dunno, maybe he just doesnt understand women…? But i will give him another chance.

    Great captures of style. Im clocking that gold button blazer at BOI.


  • TomO

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    lol yooooo i thought yall would never make a new entry. i kno yall workin on BTS stuff…but damn yall was holdin out….anyways fits was tight like the last person sed…random thought: im plottin on tryna find an ol’ skool vintage khaki trench (with the belt & all) cuz nuthin hits like the ol skool…i feel like they tryna put too many twists to the original with stuff the brands are puttin out…watYOUthink…hit me back n lemme kno sumthin


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Reggie : Thank you , yeah that’s the thing it is for Spring / Summer lol I kno it can look a bit decieving with the light leather jackets and cropped pea coats. Yeah , for some reason I liked the beanies a lot more than I thought I would , looked great.

    Pret-a-Porter P : Lol, that’s funny, Yeah I wouldn’t really know how TB fits on a woman, did it fit you too tightly?

    Yeah I would run with giving him another chance , I wish I could afford but I’m just a college student lol

    Tom O : Yeah we update every so often sorry about that lol. Vintage Trenches could be a good thing and bad thing in my eyes. If it fits perfectly then you’re on a good route because like you said a lot of them were made better back then, but it all depends on what brands you are looking at now, if its high fashion “inspired” stores like H&M/uniqlo such the quality will definitely be some notches down from the vintage one , and also depending on the brand of it. If you find the right fit/quality you want I would recommend buying it.


  • Niidawg3

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Great post again charle. The Thom Brown influences really brought out the socks and shoes. I sometimes wish i live in New York, so that I could revel in the fashion industry more.

    Keep up the good work and stay stylin’

    Nii


  • Jon B

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Great! wish I lived in New York City!


  • Jian

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Trav and Josh — great meeting you guys this past weekend, we’ll definitely have to meet up some other time.


  • dayinthelyf

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    oh now i understand why they were wearing shorts lol


  • willy cheesesteak

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    3rd picture down top right corner, those dudes are nuts wearing white denumz in this weather. Must have gotten dirty water splash marks from passing cars and fellow sidewalk pedestrians stomping about, lol. But yeah, good stuff though, Josh & Trav, hopefully Mr. Sternberg can send you guys some complimentary BoO, haha.


  • friendinfashion

        posted on September 14 , 2009 :

    Knit tie crop pants socks – killer! The collections looks great also!


  • safestchina

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    great post!


  • joseph a

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    good read as always, but i thought fashion week was in febuary,

    who gives the announcement on these things


  • jfkjean

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    Willy cheesesteak, they were the BoO models so no worries for them! But Josh and Trav, those were pretty good times man, we’ll do it again…….


  • Jon B

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    jfk jean I think he was referring to the two dudes who are walking in the first photo montage , they have likea off white suit smoking a cigarette. Like I said above though good job guys everything looks good here I’m addicted to this site! lol


  • Jon B

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    BTW I apologize for another comment wanted to add this to the last one but I forgot, Josh I like your new hairstyle it’s looking good. I might try to go for the same thing have to grow out my hair though! ahh!

    ok that’s enough out of me lol !


  • Duha

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    Digg the outfits and the photos also. You guy’s should start your own fashion label.


  • King Seven

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    Very Sheek……….i plan on going to new york for fashion week sometime soon


  • Kenny

        posted on September 15 , 2009 :

    Josh is straight STUNTING!! nuff sed.


  • Chris

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    This is my first comment, and I gotta say, great fits and great site! I’m curious, are those Florsheim wings the black Kenmoors? Also, did you have those Topman’s hemmed or did you simply size up on the length?


  • retroaaron

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    I’m quite envious while looking at the seemingly endless coverage of Fashion Week. It seems like a good time and experience. Great pics as always. Band Of Outsiders is a favorite of mine even though I haven’t had the luxury of buying any of their pieces (I, too, am a college student). I’m going to try to get a pair of the Sperry’s from the F/W collection.


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    Niidawg3 : Ay charle , thanks I think the Thom Browne influence really pays off not to take anything away from him, but it’s a good look in general to do. Yeah a lot of people say that I can’t lie it’s great to live here and I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else in the world, but I would love to travel all over man first top London then Stockholm !

    Thank you again

    Jon B : Thank you , well you can always visit/move here lol

    Jian
    : Nice running into at Uniqlo and chatting it up a bit, we will definitely take you up on that offer let me know!thanks for dropping by the site

    Reggie
    : Lol it’s ok it’s a honest mistake

    Willy Cheesesteak
    : Yeah it was raining on and off , but the next day ended up being a beautiful day not fair! But thanks will for dropping a comment, I wish we could get some complimentary BoO that would be amazing! Great collection and pieces.

    Friendinfashion : Thank you – yeah I have 2 knit ties now I’m looking to lock down one more for the F/W then I will be set with knit ties until next year this time or so. The good thing is all the ties/accessories I’m purchasing are going to be lifetime pieces in my wardrobe,Sa starting early why not? lol

    Safestchina : Thank you –

    Joseph A
    : Fashion week happens two times one for Spring/Summer which happens in Sept, and the other for Fall/Winter which happens during the spring. All the information is posted on the site run by Mercedes Benz –
    http://www.mbfashionweek.com/ all the info is on the site also check it out.

    JFK Jean
    - It’s great to meet someone off the Internet who you just click with so well in person , I think we covered every important topic while we were running around NYC lol , definitely a pleasure looking forward to the next time!

    Jon B
    : Thanks yeah the hair is turning out how I wanted to some more growing is in progress though lol

    Duha : Thank You – Yeah that’s the plan but in order to reach that journey we understand it takes time and experience so right now we’re soaking in what we can to apply it to our own endeavor in the future. We want to take every step carefully especially with the opportunities we are getting now , it will def happen though lol

    KingSeven
    : I recommend you to come to NY for NYFW it is definitely worth it, not only can you attend some shows, but also go around the city and enjoy your stay here. If you love fashion/style I think it’s the best time to come here. if you do let us know in advance we can probably set something up to roll out here together, thank you

    Kenny : LOL Kenny you know that’s what you do daily, I just happened to have one day lol

    Chris : No the pants are made like that they are a 32 short which length is a bit cropped from the usual 32 regular we have also, yup black ken’s. Appreciate that first comment finally popped the cherry ! lol we will continue to bring some good things to this site

    retroaaron
    : Yeah it’s all over the place , you know what’s even worst? being stuck in work while all of these events are going on outside lol, yeah it was def a good experience to attend will def try to go every season or so, yeah I could relate to that we can only hope for GILT to have sizes left lol


  • oki

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    Joshua, you inspire me. Amazing site and all. I’ve been getting slowly into fashion, (very limited budget)
    going into the classic looks. (brown oxfords, straight dark blue jeans/cords, long sleeves, cardigans etc)
    good times. :) Funny how I went from Mr. invisible to the guy in college who keeps getting eyed by the girls.
    Also, apart from good looks I’m really enjoying wearing clothes that is different, expresses my nature and stands out. (Least here in central valley ,cali)
    I remember buying a certain piece of clothes and my brother is like, “You’re going to stand out!”
    That’s exactly what I want, and it feels awesome.

    Keep up the good work guys.

    P.S. Could you recommend some (cheaper)decent bags that could go well with a black trench? I just got myself an excellent deal and trying clueless to to find a matching bag around $60 or less? (Messenger or similar I need something to carry books and supplies around campus) Around here the only place to get anything good looking requires you to get online, and I don’t know too much online stores that sell quality products for less.


  • sQuincy

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    nicee..
    band of outsiders is a insane line,
    always impresses me,
    their approach to collections are executed superbly.
    the prices points can get a bit high, but with the craftsmanship it makes up for it.
    i always keep my eyes opened for band of outsiders.
    you guys looks are extremely sharp.
    -Josh. the pants are excellent touch, pull’d off extremely smoothly.
    the new hair style is starting to get volume and is catching up with your look,
    one thing tho brother.. only thing missing is a timepiece! (seriously)
    i know we’ve touched on this topic in the past, but with an classy watch on, your fit would have on another level.
    and that in-famous J.crew rain slicker. i don’t have to say much about it.
    - Trav. Mr. “behind the scenes”.. dope cuffs, im really feeling that look, that trench is smooth as well,
    wish you’d did a solo shot, and had more visible details of it fit. :p
    those portfolios are the perfect match.
    anyways good post, i know i’ve been M.I.A from anything online ina a couple weeks,
    with the exception of twitter (@sQMunro) i’ve just been cooling out and getting some real world work done.


  • Pratishtha Durga

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    I am going to show my husband this blog. He is a cute nerd who needs a wardrobe makeover, and there couldn’t be a better style reference. You two are my favorite fashion bloggers from now on.


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        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

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  • JKISSI

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    oki : Wow, that means a lot you may think I’m lying here but each and everyone of my readers inspire me to keep doing this, which is also a passion to me so when people appreciate my passion you get the greatest feeling inside to keep this on it makes everyone happy. It’s funny because on twitter I was just recently discussing on how many people do the whole blog/site thing for the wrong reasons only for the financial gain from all of this.

    Back to the subject though the money doesn’t determine if you would be considered stylish or not, I’m telling you style can be achieved with a regular paying job it’s more of how you put the looks together. I would focus on getting some simple staples that way you could work around your outfit by buying items that accompany it in a good way.

    It’s good to hear that you are expressing yourself through style and everyone is taking notice, the standing out part will become normal after a while though.

    A messenger bag for under $60 only says one thing to me and that is the GAP
    http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=5294&vid=1&pid=670076&scid=670076002

    or drop $20 more dollars for this

    http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=5294&vid=1&pid=670084

    To be perfectly honest here though I would just save it up to buy a real good quality bag that will last you a long time like something from Filson. The bags above will start to deterioate after a while because it was mad cheaply $60 will not be able to hit on something that is less priced and have quality save that up to even $150-200 then you’re talking about that.

    Squincy : They seriously always do impress me with every season I become a bigger fan. Yeah man I agree with volume the hair is starting to look better many compliments on it, it was risk from the waves! lol yeah I agree I do have some time pieces ( Movado ) but it never makes it way to my wrist I’m real picky when it comes to that for some reason.

    And I don’t blame you for getting ‘real world’ things done we all have to do that sometimes and stray away from the online world , I know your making moves at the end of the day!

    Pratishtha Durga
    : Wow, thank you so much appreciate that. Hopefully he likes the site as much as you do, if he has any specific questions on how to go about it you can email me would be more than happy to help out with some reference sites and such.

    Thanks for the comments


  • Najee D.

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    Thank you for reminding me to buy a pair of black wingtips. I think I’ll just go with the J. Crew’s that I’ve been watching on eBay for the past 10 years lol.


  • riche

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    all i could really say about this post is… jkissi new hair cut = hell yes.


  • boogy

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    very nice post, josh. good stuff

    i stumbled on this video from sufu:

    http://vimeo.com/6243243

    trav is in it from 2:06 and on. do you happen to know (or could you ask him) what messenger bag he’s rocking? it looks too dope

    thanks SE


  • Bonnie

        posted on September 16 , 2009 :

    Say, how’d you get your hair so curly? It looks great!


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    Najee D : No problem black wingtips are def needed in every wardrobe, but then you feel you need to get a brown pair ! lol , yeah J.crew has some reasonably priced good ones I always examine them when I go into the store lol after many examinations I would deem them worthy , I always wanted to purchase.
    BTW great site like what you have going on there man.

    Riche : Thanks a lot man lol that over the fits/collection and all the nice pictures!!! lol jk

    Boogy : Thanks man ,lol yeah everyone is emailing us and tweeting us about that video, yup that’s trav trying to holla at those girls ! lol I was at work then when I came out he told me he was just featured in a video surprise how big the reach is that

    thanks for posting video


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    Bonnie : Thank you , I had waves for a while so I stopped getting haircuts and let it grow out. People dont know this but all a wave is a flattened down curl and your hair is so short that it stays put. Yeah the growing of my hair will continue though :D


  • Jane

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    Wow man , tough post . you guys always bring a great deal , real dapper


  • Selected Few

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    Good shit as usual…Although, I am really surprised that no one recognized you guys as the same calibur of the stars. Maybe I’m wrong…?


  • Ebony

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    You know you guys are my fav. brown boys :) ! Great post, I’m diggin both of your bags. The shortened pant lenght is
    def. a good look. I just love browsing your blog, its so refreshing to see young men like yourselves with constant evolving style sense!


  • ms. shoo

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    I am so glad to see you guys covering the men’s side of NYFW! Loved your captures and as always you two looked amazing! Milk Studios was amazing for a lot of designer’s this season, it was a really nice venue change from the tents other offsite locations.


  • Rhamier

        posted on September 17 , 2009 :

    The pics came out pretty dope…im looking foward to attending more fashion shows in February!


  • mat ahoy

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    looking very dapper as always lads, those blue topman trousers look like a great fit. surely they’re been tailored. really like the way you have covered to show with your photos, not too formal promotion shot type, the lighting at night looks perfect.

    and i just saw, more traffic from germany than the UK. crazy. A lot of my traffic is from NY and Australia.


  • Milly

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    Jacking my curls dude! lol


  • Steven Wilson

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    Like the new hairstyle you pull it off well!

    Great post NYFW can always be something inspiring I wish I could have gone , Great outfits here the thom browne effect works for you tremendously keep it up fellas

    the best male fashion blog on the internet is here too bad people don’t know! lol


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    Jane : Thank you I know the post take a great deal and time but by the end of the day so proud to have it up and running , all work in progress!

    Selected Few : The fashion industry in NYC doesn’t really get off like that like I saw Patrick Robinson head designer at the GAP , and Scott Schuman of the Sartorialist and no one approached them at all. I guess it’s more of a respect thing over here. With us we are popular amongst the internet and get recognized in parts of Manhattan but that’s about it we’ll see what the future holds though always have to stay humble!

    Ebony : LOL and we are glad to be , Thank you I browse your blog too it’s always a different perspective from the usual in every picture/post good stuff keep it up !

    Ms.Shoo : Really want to take the time out to thank you for all the helpful things you did for us, We’ll get them next year! – Thank you great site for the ladies SheBreathes

    Rhamier : Yeah man good time talking with you discussing everything from fashion/style, music and countless other topics man. Yeah same here trying to get more invites this time around to shows want to actually attend.

    Mat Ahoy : Thanks Mat, and no the trousers haven’t been tailored at all it’s a 32 short and they fit perfectly as soon as I tried them on, was a instant buy. I’m thinking of getting all my pants tailored to the same fit maybe not the short length but the legs width is the perfect meaurements I would want it to be.

    Yeah I checked my google analytics apparently the 2nd place where we get most of our hits from is Germany it used to be the UK in the early days , but i guess word of mouth has dictacted something else. I’m even grateful that we have a fanbase in Europe period, always a good thing we have to travel there man.

    It was difficult to get the format of the post there were so many pictures and we wanted it present the right way to our readers , glad everyone liked it though!

    Milly : My hairstyle is Milly July inspired :D yup I said it – check our her music people

    Steven Wilson : Thanks much man, we gladly and humbly take that title it has truth to it, not to toot our own horn here.


  • obia

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    You guys look simply superb.


  • Marcus Troy

        posted on September 18 , 2009 :

    Amazing looks! very inspiring as always!


  • Selected Few

        posted on September 19 , 2009 :

    But see does that make it seem that people are kind of snobbish…? I think people should just be real and show each other that real respect and shake their ideals hand and introduce yourself. For instance, if I were to see you on the street or Phil on the street. I would be kind of geeked or even like Dee & Ricky I love those guys as designers and for all the potential I see in all of you as young fashion heads or a better word admirers me bing in the same thought process as I am. I have yet to fully grasp the sense of a true “Fashion Icon” yet, I don’t know what I was trying to say there I don’t know maybe I’m a fashion fan first and a creative admirer second.


  • Duzz

        posted on September 19 , 2009 :

    this is fantastic…great post josh…thanks for sharing the pics of the events you guys attend…some of us don’t actually live in nyc so we wouldn’t be able to take in fashion week….but now we’re able to via ur blog….btw i know you guys are familiar or know the designers of 3sixtenn i’m a fan of their stuff and i was so happy coz their line finally reached Canada (Toronto)…anyways….both your outfits are amazing…quick Q was ur vintage ysl bag a thrift store find? and do u thrift?…


  • Male-Mode

        posted on September 19 , 2009 :

    You’re v. welcome for the mention, thanks for letting me use such a great shot for Male-Mode.com. I’ve edited the post to include both of your names.

    Here’s to more great Street Etiquette content,

    Cillian.


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 20 , 2009 :

    Obia : Thank you appreciate it, I took a look at your blog very nice with the over saturation of fashion blogs especially for females it’s hard to find ones that you really enjoy out there, I will say that yours is on the way up keep up the good work I know it’s difficult!

    Marcus Troy : Thanks much man , taking notes man keep up the good work on your site.

    Selected Few : Yeah although I hate to admit it , but the fashion industry is a very superficial place especially when talking about the top of the top people. I’m sure there are real people out there who would acknowledge another individual and give them props where it’s due, but from what I see everyone is too busy trying to act elite to others, and pointing this out again this is not everybody. I rather focus on other inspirations that involve fashion because quite frankly that’s just how the world is. I’m the type of person if I respect your work I will introduce myself in a respectful way and tell you this, if the convo continues it does, if it doesn’t hey no big deal there you let them know. At the end of the day you can only control your actions.

    Duzz : No problem that’s why we posted what we did , around NYFW I went on many well known sites and for the most part it was the samething just the collection a little description about it. We want to give you the most interactive experience like you was there yourself , we know everyone doesn’t get a chance to experience NYFW or any fashion week depending on location for that matter, we just hope people liked it lol. Yeah I did get the bag from thrift , yeah like to pick up select item from time to time it’s a great opportunity to score a steal. I recommend it especially with Fall/Winter approaching never know what you can find man.

    Yeah , 3sixteen good people who design and bring out some great product especially during this fall/winter definitely some items I will be purchasing !

    Male Mode
    : No problem , it was interesting to see that post and other people complimenting our picture , like I said on there you have a good blog keep it up!

    While we surely will


  • Selected Few

        posted on September 20 , 2009 :

    Exactly, what I aam saying that is why I like the way you and Trav respond back to your followers and keep the ball rolling. It is almost that I have come to checking this all the time, even though you two post like once in a blue moon. I feel that the use of these simple gestures of respect amongst all that support is grand I appreciate the realness.


  • David

        posted on September 20 , 2009 :

    I forgot to add that thinking of your point that most people in the industry that we indulge ourselves in, saying that people in it are superficial. I agree totally with that idea if you are a fan of someone’s work in any craft, that as a admirer to some degree that you would at least try to get to know the person behind the work. Which, makes me wonder where are the “top of the top” in fashion going with their ideas or even getting them. I see it like this because with out your admirers your lacking the drive and motivation to create anything new e.g., you have nothing at the end of the day to originate. I guess it is just one of those many things I am passionate about and can’t take it when I see it…makes me think of why I like Johnny Cupcakes so much as a owner and his loyalty to his support/customers.


  • JKISSI

        posted on September 21 , 2009 :

    Selected Few : Hey man once in a blue moon!?!? Lol aha , yeah it’s every week or so we’re trying to work something out where we can get up two a week or so, people fail to realize that our blog post contain a lot of content to look at , I mean I always say this but we could post up a “What did I wear today” everyday with no words or anything and jusdt the brands we wear, but we want our readers to get so much more than that it would be cheating you guys out. definitely appreciate the multiple visits update coming tomorrow stay tuned.

    David : Very true , I don’t know what those “top of the line” people are grabbing their inspiration from maybe just the thought of the potential gain to be the “best of the best” type instead of connecting with people who are dedicated fans of their craft. We can’t speak for everyone but I definitely know some people think this way , I say this from now I will always stay humble respectful to my own core audience and never get to snobby. I agree wit you on that again I’m no fan of Johnny Cupcakes or anything he makes but the fact that he stays loyal to his customers is admirable. Good trait to follow!


  • Prêt-à-Porter P

        posted on September 23 , 2009 :

    sorry for the late response. just awkward fit. the shoulders were very broad and then it narrowed in the body. (like a carrot shape) and then it seemed quite short waisted (it’s not like i have a long torso!!) there was this banding at the bottom that would make the shirt ride up. just a weird fit.
    when i read this article i was laughing to myself, because that’s sort of how i felt:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/12/fashion/12CRITIC.html
    i will stop by the store in las vegas and give his black fleece stuff another chance. i really think it’s the type of thing that needs to be seen & tried on in person.


  • Blank Label

        posted on September 24 , 2009 :

    i am a big fan of cropped pants! especially because they allow focus on the shoes and socks
    it’s amazing how a style that used to be reserved for nerds and kids who outgrew their old pants is something that’s remarkably fashionable.

    love it!


  • The Ca$h

        posted on October 9 , 2009 :

    Kiss,
    That Wall Shot Looks Amazing
    Plus, those bags look great also


  • Grace

        posted on October 10 , 2009 :

    I LOVE that you look like a sexy ass Ronald McDonald. Viva la fashion. Excellent.


  • reisezubehor

        posted on October 10 , 2009 :

    It looks really amazing. The images are clicked at perfect angels. Both the guys are looking hot. Nice post.


  • ??SEO

        posted on November 5 , 2009 :

    chinaseo serves.I LOVE that you look like a sexy ass Ronald McDonald.


  • flora

        posted on November 5 , 2009 :

    i love how your socks match your tie. super snazzy


  • ??????

        posted on November 25 , 2010 :

    am a big fan of cropped pants! especially because they allow focus on the shoes and socks
    it’s amazing how


  • ?????

        posted on December 30 , 2010 :

    The images are clicked at perfect angels. Both the guys are looking hot. Nice post


  • POT

        posted on July 11 , 2011 :

    Hi.
    This site is nice.
    Nice to meet you!


  • KASYOSYO

        posted on July 27 , 2011 :

    Rakuten Dress site is very massive positive. but firewall is nothing.


  • adaruto

        posted on October 27 , 2011 :

    @dayinthelyf, This site is always checked.
    Please do your best from now on