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Nom de Guerre Presents:

Maripolarama

Book signing and Polaroid Exhibit

 

Exhibition made possible by Dr. Martens

 

Nom de Guerre

88 North 6th Street

between Berry St and Wythe Ave--L train to Bedford

 

rsvp@nomdeguerre.net

http://nomdeguerre.net

http://www.powerhousebooks.com/titlesf05/maripolarama.htm

 

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Opening reception : December 9th, 2005 8-11pm

 

 

 

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http://freshnessmag.com

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I really wanted one of those hoodies in the first post.

 

Then I realized they dont make clothes for a 240lb male.

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How much does a sweatshirt go for?

 

I'm guessing they're pricey as fuck because they get sold at stores like Fred Seagel in LA, but could anyone be more specific? Hipster?

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If youre looking to cop a hoodie, dont expect to pay less than $200.

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Nom De Guerre has got proper shit~

 

The line "Absurd" that they carry in there shoppes is off the meat rack~

 

ewing_tee.jpg

 

^ c'mon now~

 

Absurd

 

Remember the name ladies

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From thier website~

 

 

Stores

 

«Manhattan

Nom de Guerre

640 Broadway

Lower Level

New York, New York 10012

Telephone: 212.253.2891

 

Store Hours: Monday - Saturday 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM; Sunday 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Subway Stop: Bleecker Street 6; Prince Street N/R

Location: Underground gate entrance at the south east corner of

Broadway and Bleecker streets.

 

«Brooklyn

Nom de Guerre

88 North 6th st.

Brooklyn, New York 11211

Telephone: 718.387.3363

 

Store Hours: Monday - Saturday 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM; Sunday 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Subway Stop: Bedford Ave. L Train

Location: Williamsburg, Brooklyn

 

«Tokyo

loveless

1-24-3 Minami-aoyama Tokyo Japan

81 3 5474 5934

 

Colour By Numbers

20-23 Daikanyamacho Shibuya-ku Tokyo, Japan

03-3770-1991

 

«Los Angeles

Ron herman/Fred segal

8100 melrose ave

Los Angeles, CA

323.651.4129

 

«Toronto

Nomad

431 Richmond Street

Toronto, Canada

416.682.1107

 

 

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or online I'm sure

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Just looking at their spring/summer look book, I don't see anything worth more than H&M level prices. Flannel, madras, photography, and haircuts aren't exactly breaking new ground in fashion.

 

The fall/winter isn't much better. Dramatic lighting, a model who looks like he's 12 years old, and a streetwear meets school uniform look aren't that special.

 

The overall impression is that these people are really good thrift store shoppers selling style to people with far more money than sense.

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i went there before i like the place they're located in (soho store) especially how it shakes a little downstrairs when a train passes!! but anyway it was cool i got these nike_vandal_nc.jpg when i went for $130 i wish i had more cash cuz they had DPMHI shoes with 3m material!

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NDG is putting out some nice stuff, but the material, fit and construction still isn't meeting its price point. Recent GQ dick riding (over 3 or 4 issues) might have their business up, but $345 for that arabic hoodie is quite over the top.

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