[Quote]not to be a dick, i just dont think anyone says to themselves when they're buying a tshirt, "yo this tshirt says rare on it, that'll totally promote me as a unique and eternal dude!!!"

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]Oh god can people please stop writing ridiculous brand descriptions - brand identities are only valuable if they actually represent something, and the 'rarity' of human beings doesn't really mean anything. It just sounds like your trying to make your brand out to be more than it is - a couple tshirts...

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]looks like a retarded version of one of phillip annand's old award tour sketches

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]Jesus christ they're just t-shirts

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]thats such a blatant copy of the 'been trill' logo..all of your shit is straight copied from pyrex

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote]Obviously a brand set up as a charity needs a strong mission statement, and Sevenly's is well written and makes sense. They've raised a lot of money, so of course they're brand is having an impact on the world. I was more referring to small start-up lines where some kid sells graphic tees out of his parents house (a admirable thing to do, but not really a 'movement')

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

Is anyone else sick of reading ridiculous brand mission statements in the 'about' sections of these startup tshirt lines? I understand that most people believe that a mission statement is necessary for creating a brand identity, and that some insight should be given into what the brand represents and where it comes from, but most of these descriptions are meaningless and over-the-top ramblings about changing the world. For example: "Art and Design built on eclectic fusion,  First Twelve is a collaboration with the universe, striving to re-define what is there, and unveil what isn't" What the fuck does that even mean? A collaboration with the fucking universe? Similarly, can brands stop please stop referring to themselves as 'movements'. Not sure if anyone else cares, this is just a detail that has deterred me from many otherwise well-conceived brands which I would have supported.

Replied in Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

if you want something cheap uniqlo and topman make the cheapest suits with the best fits.. they're slim so you wont be looking like the fat suburban kid at senior prom with the white tux

Replied in Suit Advice, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Image] anyone know where i can find a leather jacket similar to this one? but less expensive (not balmain)

Replied in Looking for/Where to find Discussion Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Quote] they have them at david z.

Replied in Looking for/Where to find Discussion Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

the beach raglan crewnecks are ridiculous. have to cop

Replied in [ONLY NY] - 2011 Discussion Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Brands

interesting designs. i would definitely wear the fict light tee. do you have an american apparel wholesale account?

Replied in How to start a successful brand??, 2 Weeks ago in Fashion

@zzzebrazzz the unbranded jeans look amazing how did you wash them? did you just wear them for 10 months straight with no wash?

Replied in Evolution of Denim, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

looking for some spongebob bapestas size 8-9.5

Started by Spongebob bapestas?, 2 Weeks ago in Sneakers

i'm looking for the best raw denim for under $200. i like a.p.c.'s although i'm a little phased by the price are r.r.l.'s good quality?

Started by Best Raw Denim, 2 Weeks ago in Denim