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Discussion in 'Personal Style' started by Colette_B, Jun 24, 2013.
｜THE SHOP YOHJI YAMAMOTO
This really piqued my interest from the women's section at my local Muji. Minus the fact that it's from their womens line, I didn't see anything about it that says "This is for women". And it has no buttons, therefore, eliminating that confusing what-side-the-buttons-are-on issue when determining gender.
kind of in love with the boots which are Marni...
When it comes to ankle-length and black, Yohji simply cannot be beat.
Ooh, 2 for the price of 1? How about this reversible coat from Lanvin? (ssense.com)
ARCHIVIO J. M. Ribot SS2019
I LOVE that @runner
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*it's getting hot and humid
Y-3 SS 2019
Big WOULD on the Sacai Nikes, but they look like shoes I wore as a child in 1983, and I don't think it's cool for adults to wear stuff from childhood once they come back in style for the younger generation, even if it is for nostalgia reasons. It'd be like Mom breaking out her old platforms from 1977 just because she saw Madonna wear them in 1997. (src: sneakerbardetroit.com)
helmut lang spring 1997
Balenciaga F/W 2017
....but with more confidence and less of an 'ironic' aura than the bloke below, and WITH those Triple S. Shoot me.
Triple S won't ever happen, at least on my feet
Today I would wear this Daniel W. Fletcher look (yes, I recently binged through Next In Fashion )
Sies Marjan F/W 2020/21
...but without the hideous shoes, white trainers instead. And maybe with a mac instead of that coat.
rick owens spring 2015