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favorite clothing labels?

smile

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ATTENTION:

if you're one of those people who "don't wear labels" or you're one of those who "hates labels because they commodify society", or basically if you don't pay attention to fashion at all, then please don't post up just to voice your small opinion that no one wants to hear anyways (because it's been heard before).

this thread is for the LABEL LOVERS ONLY.

mine:
-polo
-timberland
-stussy (i own about 5 stussy windbreakers)
-freshjive
-guess (only their jeans)

...and all that lovely stuff i can't really afford but WISH i could.
 

Jeremy Jive

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Stussy. Only Stussy. I own it all. I have everything they have made in the past few years from clothing to accesories. If they made it, I got it.

Highsteppa is just as bad. James nothing new til feb.

jeremy -stick with what you like- jive
 

Hal-9000

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by smile:

-guess (only their jeans)
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Good call, the jeans are the only half-way durable clothes they make. Anthing Guess will fall apart in weeks.

Fresh Jive
Ben Sherman
EZ3KIEL
Milkcrate Athletics (who else would make a cool t-shirt with a pic of Peter tosh and Keith richards chilling together)
 
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Heinz57

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Although I hate the label name, Pure Playaz makes ALOT of clothes i love..

I adore Nautica's hats... everytime i try one on, it's like it was made to fit my head perfectly..

Shoes, i'm not a big label freak... as long as its comfortable, and simple colors and design, and allow maximum danceability.. i'm a happy camper.. currently, i usually sport a pair of Soaps (without the hard plastic pads)..

Pants..... not too picky either.... loose & comfortable, that's all i really ask..
 

smile

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Hal-9000:
Good call, the jeans are the only half-way durable clothes they make. Anthing Guess will fall apart in weeks.
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all their other clothes look like something out of bluenotes anyways....all gino knit sweaters and cheesy long sleeve T's
 

Klubmasta Will

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Heinz57:
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i should have explained that too. i don't actually care what labels are sewn on my clothes. when it comes to the really expensive stuff, the labels are hidden anyway.

it's just that i don't like spending a whole lot of time shopping. so it's easier to go with the names you trust. you know the fit will be right, the quality will be good, and you won't want to return it as soon as you get home.
 
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geek boutique
fiction
kitchen orange
ezekiel
fiction
fiction
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Soundstream

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Klubmasta Will:
i should have explained that too. i don't actually care what labels are sewn on my clothes. when it comes to the really expensive stuff, the labels are hidden anyway.

it's just that i don't like spending a whole lot of time shopping. so it's easier to go with the names you trust. you know the fit will be right, the quality will be good, and you won't want to return it as soon as you get home.
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I agree 100% with both comments. I like Ralph Lauren clothing, and I can put up with the little horse on it sometimes. But I refuse to buy any items where he has the word "POLO" splashed across the front in 6 inch high writing. I am not interested in paying to allow Ralph Lauren to advertise on my chest.

Once you get used to a label, you know what to expect. I can go into the Ralph Lauren store and pick out several pairs of pants and several shirts for work knowing that there is a good chance that they'll all fit nicely when I try them on at home.

Cheers ... Ian
 
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MoFo

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Dior Homme by Hedi Slimane
Burberry's (the new clothing line)
Jack Spade (accessories)
Zara
Royal Elastics and Acupunctures
Tag Heuer
Fake London
Alexander McQueen (jeans line, been looking for it)
Pringle (sweaters)
DKNY (accessories)
Gucci (sunglasses)
Stussy and Lithium (accessories)
Polo and Ralph Lauren (stuff to wear around the house)

VALUE VILLAGE!!!
 

MoFo

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The thing about Polo is EVERYTHING is so damn big. I can't fit any of it without resulting to the boy's line (size 18 and up).

I miss the old Polo Store in Yorkville.


And Shannon, you still have one of my polos.


And vintage Lacoste is always nice.
 
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MoFo

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As soon as I strike it big, I'm gonna get me a LV record bag splashed with graffiti. Marc Jacobs = yum.

Can't wait for his jean line to get to Toronto.
 

mandapanda

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-Diesel
-Hooch
-Bench
-FCUK &lt;---although it's gone bit downhill i dare say
-Zara
-Firetrap
-Cinema X

and...

Hussein Chalayan
Olivier Theyskens
^^^
like i could ever afford them
 

SUNKIST

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Guess? (durable enough to even handle broil setting on my oven)
FDCOi think they should hire me to model for them, so i can get a discount on all their stuff

some Snug, if it fits properally..that annoys me about them, their sizes are so wonky
Jy Syls&lt;--rapidly becoming my fave company..their stuff is original, and unique looking, without being ugly. its also very flattering.
 

mingster

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Luscious: pants fit so nice (sometimes).

The People Have Spoken: They put a picture of a brain on every piece of clothing.

Gap: I love their jeans. Perfect for work.

Mod Robes: Couldn't live without the comfort of Mod Robes.

And other random labels, I wear anything really, long as it looks good and fits good.

Ming.
 
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