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HBA FW13

Postby can- » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:35 pm

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Re: HBA FW13

Postby can- » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:41 pm

have to say i love this at a glance, serious errolson/shadow project vibes, looks really comfy, i think the branding is excellent and honestly i feel like i could wear a lot of this. wonder how many of these pieces are basically one offs since they don't really have stockists, and the two or three places that do carry hba only pick up the long sleeve brand t's etc..

not sure where it fits in the greater 'fashion' spectrum, would appreciate some thoughts from someone like germ or skns who is a little more tuned into the runway thing than myself.
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby RycePooding » Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:10 am

I love that this feels so high-fashiony, but individually the pieces are so wearable.
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby germinal » Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:46 am

i like how he's managed to market gay partythug-wear to rappers - there are a dozen brands showing in london doing the same thing but they'll never be as popular

some of the pieces are cool, but i think you're right, most of these will never see the light of day. only the graphics on hypebeasts

also, these days, putting zips everywhere is quite lazy design imo
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby freerangepleats » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:44 pm

RycePooding wrote:I love that this feels so high-fashiony, but individually the pieces are so wearable.


That's a joke, right? roughly 2/3 of the pieces here are too radical to be wearable in public. unless you want people to think you're some kind of deviant. the rest is a fad.
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby Syeknom » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:48 pm

I want people to think I'm a deviant but not wear these clothes, is that an option?
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby SisterRayVU » Tue Jul 16, 2013 4:26 pm

freerangepleats wrote:
RycePooding wrote:I love that this feels so high-fashiony, but individually the pieces are so wearable.


That's a joke, right? roughly 2/3 of the pieces here are too radical to be wearable in public. unless you want people to think you're some kind of deviant. the rest is a fad.


I mean, I pretty openly hate #BEEN #TRILL and all that shit but this is good in that it's not just prints (which isn't inherently weak but that's irrelevant here) but actual design and concept. Calling it a 'fad' might be accurate but it's sort of belittling when the dude is actually presenting something that seems to be going beyond just #SWAG.

But yeah man, 2/3rds of the pieces are pretty wearable in public. Aside from a couple of the jackets and the pants zipped off, it's just like any other printed sweatshirt or weird outerwear that doesn't look that weird off the runway.

Also, it really pains me to say this but a lot of this is cool. Image and especially Image and Image are exciting.
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby freerangepleats » Wed Jul 17, 2013 9:04 pm

SisterRayVU wrote:I mean, I pretty openly hate #BEEN #TRILL and all that shit but this is good in that it's not just prints (which isn't inherently weak but that's irrelevant here) but actual design and concept. Calling it a 'fad' might be accurate but it's sort of belittling when the dude is actually presenting something that seems to be going beyond just #SWAG.

But yeah man, 2/3rds of the pieces are pretty wearable in public. Aside from a couple of the jackets and the pants zipped off, it's just like any other printed sweatshirt or weird outerwear that doesn't look that weird off the runway.

Also, it really pains me to say this but a lot of this is cool. and especially and are exciting.


Huh, I see what you mean. I'm new to the whole runway/high fashion thing so I appreciate the explanation. For me, it takes a bit of willpower to take this kind of thing seriously because it deviates so much from what I'm used to seeing, but it pays off in appreciation to approach it from an artistic perspective.
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Re: HBA FW13

Postby smiles » Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:30 pm

germinal wrote:gay partythug-wear to rappers



my favorite is nasir mazhar http://www.nasirmazhar.com/

probably gonna by a hba shirt soon tbh. they sell them at edison chen's store in hk
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