textbook:

salvatore ferragamo a/w 2010thoughts: let’s just say i im’ed my friend with these exact words…”it’s like ferragamo ripped out my sould, put it through a sewing machine and made clothes with it.” so i mean…i guess you could say i liked it. possibly the collection i’ve most identified with, ever. they showed a good range of deep colors and played with some winter whites. in relation to everybody else in milan i’m seeing more exaggerated collars, bomber jacket-esque qualities to outerwear and shearling. i’m so excited to get some of this, god willing i can be disciplined and save. my only quip is that the coat pictured in #2 up there is strikingly similar to a bottega from a/w 09 that i loved…what gives?

like all of this. would like pants and boots from #1, coat from #2 and henley from #3

Jan 17 -

textbook:

salvatore ferragamo a/w 2010

thoughts:
let’s just say i im’ed my friend with these exact words…”it’s like ferragamo ripped out my sould, put it through a sewing machine and made clothes with it.” so i mean…i guess you could say i liked it. possibly the collection i’ve most identified with, ever. they showed a good range of deep colors and played with some winter whites. in relation to everybody else in milan i’m seeing more exaggerated collars, bomber jacket-esque qualities to outerwear and shearling. i’m so excited to get some of this, god willing i can be disciplined and save. my only quip is that the coat pictured in #2 up there is strikingly similar to a bottega from a/w 09 that i loved…what gives?

like all of this. would like pants and boots from #1, coat from #2 and henley from #3

I'm Matthew.........it's one thing to spark up a doobie and get laced at parties, but it's quite another to be fried all day. do you see the distinction?