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    Undercover 98/99 AW collection

    Scanned from Men's Non-no magazine (Nov 1998)




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    that knit/shearling coat is [Y]
    Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months - Oscar Wilde

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    Scanned from Relax magazine (July 2004)




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    A DJ Booth made for Undercover - by NGAP







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    Jun Takahashi (Junio)...I think that's his daughter on the left? (Lala)


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    Undercover seasons: (if anything is inaccurate or you can add to this let me know)



    Exchange 98-99 A/W
    Relief 99 S/S

    Ambivalence 99-00 A/W

    Melting Pot 00-01 A/W

    Chaotic Dischord 01 S/S

    Decorated Army Voluntary Forces 01-02 A/W

    The Illusion Of Haze 02 S/S




    Scab 03 S/S
    Witch's Cell Division 02-03 A/W

    Paper Doll 03-04 A/W

    But beautiful p.p.p.s. 04-05 A/W
    But beautiful II 05 S/S






    Languid 04 S/S

    TeaserArts & Crafts 05-06 A/W
    Guruguru 06-07 A/W





    Other seasons - dates?:

    Teaser




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    I really like that burger lamp for some reason. Was it ever sold at the store?

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    that burger lamp does look kinda cool [H]

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    [quote user="Honey~Blade"]I really like that burger lamp for some reason. Was it ever sold at the store?[/quote]



    yes i believe so, i remember it being on ebay a long long long time ago.


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    decorated army voluntary forces 01-02 a/w

    Witch's Cell Division 02-03 a/w

    Paper Doll 03-04 a/w

    But beautiful p.p.p.s. 04-05 a/w

    languid 04 S/S

    Teaser

    Chaotic Dischord 01 s/s

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    thanks, added to list

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    Has anyone seen this plaid shirt from the current season in person? was wondering how the scarf detail works, it looks kinda awkward....



































































    www.ebay.com


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    I love the way Jun not only strives for beauty but ugliness as well.



    Here is two more for your list coldrice:



    98-99 A/W 'Exchange'
    99 S/S 'Relief'

    let us raise a toast to ancient cotton, rotten voile, gloomy silk, slick carf, decayed goat, inflamed ram, sooty nelton, stifling silk, lazy sheep, bone-dry broad & skinny baffalo.

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    I looked at that shirt today and I couldn't figure it out either. I guess you just loop it around and knot it? They had them in 3 colours and they were pretty nice but wasn't so keen on the rest of the stuff they had out.

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    Has anyone seen this plaid shirt from the current season in person? was wondering how the scarf detail works, it looks kinda awkward....



































































    www.ebay.com



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    I've seen this shirt, but in all black, for this season. The way you do it is to make a bow tie knot on the collar. I was surprised it actually looked pretty cool. I'm not sure tho with plaid, but imagine it to be ok as well.




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    ^ oh black plaid seems much more appealing than this orange one... and i hear the bow is removable so if i cant get it to look good i can always just take it off... may i ask where you saw it and if you rememebr the price?

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    Actually it was solid black, tried it on at L'Eclaireur something around 500-600 euros. But of course they didn't have a size 2, no one actually does, only Japan. That's why I use Yahoo! JP instead. Keep the bow tie, it's very stylish, I love it.

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    I think it was about 35,000 yen at the undercoverism shop in tokyo. they had a blue one toobut can't remember what the other colour was.

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    damn 35,000 in Japan? im going to have to force myself not to buy undercover in Europe... how was the shop in japan? i have the impression that all the good stuff sells out quickly.. was there alot of stock?

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    Here is a scan from September's Men's Non-No 2006




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    the shop is pretty nice. weathered hard wood floors, tall ceilings, dark atmosphere. paradoxically there are star wars action figures in the double glazed facade and stuffed toys all crammed behind a piece of plexi besides the staircase going up. a light-hearted gloominess i guess. compared to most stores here the service was fairly aloof which actually makes for a nice change sometimes!

    it looked like they had a full stock of clothing. still quite expensive overall imo but probably cheaper than where you're at!

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    Undercover at Isetan




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