has there been a sneaker with more collabs than stan smiths? It seems that every one and their faggot designer has tried to bandwagon these.
I really dislike the Raf Simons collabs for this reason. Whenever I see someone wearing them all I can think is "oh, I suppose you wanted to be special". Adding like 100 dollars to the pricetag for almost the exact same shoe is ridiculous to me, there was no effort on Raf's part here.
Who makes the best beanies? I thought Norse Projects was really good, but after some weeks their stuff is too warm for normal temperatures
Getting tired of Supreme, QL, FA, and most skate brands. Any recs for other brands with more minimal/clever designs that won't set me back like Raf?
Nah fuck Golf and all that. FA is definitely a fashion line and they make some kind of /edgy/ graphic tees that I think are hilarious in a sort of Harmony Korine way if that makes sense. Jason Dill explains it well in an interview, I'll try to find it.
Does anyone know what common this logo belongs to? For the first logo on the bottom row.
Hi /fa/ggots, I now have #trendy #hipsterbeard with #moustaches, such as on pic related. No glasses though and tank body instead of nu-male visual kei gei anorexia.
How long do you predict this fad lasts? When did it even start? Then on topic of grooming, how would I go about keeping my sideburns from sticking out without resulting to cutting them shorter.
I tried having a beard once, but couldn't grow the moustache to go along with the fullness of the beard so I looked Amish. Was a damn shame.
I hope this fad lasts a while, it's awesome to wake up in the morning and not have to shave your face. Was awesome. I hate my upper lip.
There's a theory floating around that a lot of male fashion comes from the military. Beards used to be a big thing up til ww1 when you needed to wear a gas mask to keep from dying. Now, the war in the middle east has a lot of sf guys using beards to get respect from the locals.
Not sure if that's true, just a theory I've heard.
How do i get this hairstyle? does it have a name?
Hey /fa/ I am considering buying a pair of slip on shoes and just want some general opinions and I also want to know anything that goes with them
Are circular glasses effay?
>General glasses/sunglasses thread
Only if your face structure and hair can compliment it. The frame/lens itself is also important. I bought a cheap pair of round sunglasses and kind of regret it because it's hard to not look like I'm a blind person or some horrible '90s pop culture reference.
i'd probably end up going with contacts on a regular if I had bad eyesight and only wear glasses with fits that would compliment them. circular glasses are fine on skinny & tall white boys.
Does anyone have experience with GR Track Tops (or any GR)? Thinking of copping pic related. What's the size like? Are you happy with your purchase? Thanks for the help
The back of my head is incredibly flat. I'm inexperienced with fashion, namely hairstyling. How do you even begin to cover up flatness like this? The sides of my head have shorter hair than the top of my head, but how do you mask such a thing?
I really like most of the outfits that get posted here, but one thing I've never been able to develop a taste for is runway fashion
Am I looking at of wrong? Should I see it as more of an artistic expression then an outfit?
What am I missing?
You answered it yourself. Runway is not meant to be worn irl but are exaggerated pieces that often reflect what features or themes you may find in the ready to wear collection.
Although, only the really old fashion houses do this (couture is the term). Many houses are featuring ready to wear but ofc, will play around with it to make it a show
This is a good post.
It's the same reason why you don't see much avant garde art on /wg/ - what people like on a sort of practical/everyday basis is not what runway shows aim for.
513 or 514
Are workboots dadcore?
Well, did I?
what's in your shopping bag, family?