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DISNEY

Discussion in 'Style' started by Weapon X, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. Weapon X

    Weapon X 12oz Loyalist

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    DISNEY

    Discussion started by Weapon X - Oct 19, 2005

    Some of you may know that Disney has been getting rather trendy in the haute couture. Well, I been about that shit for a long, long time. Anyway, since it's out there, we'll be seeing more and more cool vintage designs by Disney in the not so distant future.

    I, for one, am glad. There's gonna be a ton of archive digging for classic images, and you're crazy if you say that shit don't look good.

    Here's an article I found: ----------

    One thing I saw was a table that had a card theme, a la Alice in Wonderland. I'd love to have that.
     
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    Tyler Durden - Replied Oct 19, 2005

    Oh man, who remembers when the thing was to wear those huge Warner Bros. shirts with like.... Bugs and Taz on the front all thugged out, and the back of the shirt was the back of them?

    God that was so stupid....
     
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    FunTimePartyTeam - Replied Oct 31, 2005

    Stupid-great. Whats also great is the article i read in the ny times a couple years ago describing how a t-shirt with micky playing guitar sells (at the time im sure) for 1500 bucks to silly japanese people.
     
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    KING BLING - Replied Nov 1, 2005


    The only people who would spend actual loot on this are stupid trend whores. If you want to be ironic go on a mission to a flea market and find an actual old school or otherwise unique disney piece - not an over priced shit shirt qwith mickey on it.
     
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    k_hones361 - Replied Nov 6, 2005

    +!@k you and Mickey +!@king Mouse.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied Nov 8, 2005


    The only people who would spend actual loot on this are stupid trend whores. If you want to be ironic go on a mission to a flea market and find an actual old school or otherwise unique disney piece - not an over priced shit shirt qwith mickey on it.
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    But there's more...like Mad Hatter bedsheets and such. And they are digging in the archives for "unique" art. But I agree, I wouldn't be paying three grand for a Mickey Mouse shirt.
     
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