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    Quote Originally Posted by upsilonkng View Post
    Ur 12 yrs old?? Ok cool.

    Honestly I think they're just following that look book from Rick fw15? But the clothes look mostly bad on them. I'm old but I'm not soon going to be 80 and when I'm there I'm thinking I won't be rocking fw16 tight ass bbs shirt but then again that's 68yrs away for u so maybe u are a planner.
    If ur 12 and ur buying 300euro shirts and 2600 euro sunglasses ur first name is probably Willow.
    It's incredible how easy you are every time. <3

    I'm quite the planner but point being I think we all know how it looks on the body its marketed to, so injecting some alterity into the presentation is something we should be encouraging if we're bothering to wax intellectual about the topic.
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    they bothered to wax the denim so why not
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    Try to use a phone camera in broad daylight or use a proper camera.
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    I've found it extremely pleasant and enthralling over repeated whiffs so I would highly recommend.

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    I remember someone was asking for this but can't remember which thread exactly. Nonetheless...

    http://essapmi.com/shop/boris-bidjan...e-suit-jacket/

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    I was speaking to Karim, when the delivery man came in with the first shipment of fragrances for the intro party that night, and the least I can say was I immediately thought of how Saberi's atelier would smell like haha

    Very unique scent after 12 iterations.

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    Apparently the first shipment is almost sold out.
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    Got it the other day and it's nice. Went to a bar last weekend and the couple next to me asked me where my fragrance was from. It's not that strong if you are used to stronger scents but it still has a (strong) unique scent to attract or make strangers curious.
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    I also got compliments the first night I wore mine out. Someone confused me and my girlfriend, haha - they were complimenting her, but she doesn't wear perfume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    I also got compliments the first night I wore mine out. Someone confused me and my girlfriend, haha - they were complimenting her, but she doesn't wear perfume.
    dying to smell this before I purchase - called the store and asked if they knew of any retailers in Los Angeles that would have it and no dice.

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    that's the best to do,because i got a bit disappointed .Not a bad perfume,the opposite and lasts during the day,but not what i was looking for.

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    ^ Agreed. Barely use it more than a month later... still nice tho
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    Anyone else notice an uncanny similarity between this and Escentric Molecules? I was really hoping for something very 'BBS', but it smelled like more of the same from Geza Schoen to me. I guess I imagined a BBS version of Mad et Len's Black Afghan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DNHT View Post
    Anyone else notice an uncanny similarity between this and Escentric Molecules? I was really hoping for something very 'BBS', but it smelled like more of the same from Geza Schoen to me. I guess I imagined a BBS version of Mad et Len's Black Afghan...
    As Faust wrote in the sz-mag article, Boris wore Escentric for years which naturally lead to choosing Schoen to create the fragrance.

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    Boris Bidjan Saberi perfume launch at Project 3.14 in Moscow

    https://www.sz-mag.com/news/2016/11/...-project-3-14/

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    trippy to see bbs in the outfit ive been wearing most commmonly recently, J1 under a parka2 , does this mean I am intuitively doing it right?
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    Try to use a phone camera in broad daylight or use a proper camera.
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    I've found it extremely pleasant and enthralling over repeated whiffs so I would highly recommend.

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    ^
    Yes!

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    Guys, can anyone tell what kind of finish is this?

    http://i.imgur.com/rtHHDL7.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/3x1uP2d.jpg


    http://i.imgur.com/IZH7aSv.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/fdhgBzQ.jpg


    Looks like vinyl treatment, but it's too matte. Maybe it has faded from time?
    Last edited by Usul; 12-02-2016 at 04:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usul View Post
    Guys, can anyone tell what kind of finish is this?

    http://i.imgur.com/rtHHDL7.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/3x1uP2d.jpg



    Looks like vinyl treatment, but it's too matte. Maybe it has faded from time?
    This is a polyurethane (I believe) type finish that was used on FW11 (pictured in link) and SS12 P13 jeans (which I have). Is was applied with a big paint roller and then set into the fabric with a heated(?) press of sorts (saw it in a vid one time). It is matte and remains that way over time; it's not really raised at all, but it is apparent to the touch; not stiff and about as pliable as the fabric that it is applied on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfedora View Post
    This is a polyurethane (I believe) type finish that was used on FW11 (pictured in link) and SS12 P13 jeans (which I have). Is was applied with a big paint roller and then set into the fabric with a heated(?) press of sorts (saw it in a vid one time). It is matte and remains that way over time; it's not really raised at all, but it is apparent to the touch; not stiff and about as pliable as the fabric that it is applied on.
    I found more detailed photos. It's a P13 hand stitched pants.

    http://i.imgur.com/IZH7aSv.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/fdhgBzQ.jpg

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    BBSNY has testers for sale.

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