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    I like these pendants a lot.
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    While I like these pendants, I also feel like they're too easy
    to replicate by H&M or some other larger chain. And I still
    don't get the "washer on a chain" pendant.





    I've been
    looking for a nice pendant for a while, but one of the main things I'm
    looking for is something that I couldn't do myself, something that
    would be unique. This to me, while cool-looking in the pictures,
    doesn't seem like it would be all that interesting in person.


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    i think this is some of his furniture:








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    Thanks for the posts xcoldricex. I like the designs a lot, especially the furniture and last picture.


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    I've got a pair of his shoes. They are similar to the boots shown above. I've never spent that much on shoes--even my Carpes--but the artisan quality and their uniqueness really intrigued me. The leather is aging really nicely into a deep copper, although I worry about what I'll do if I ever need to get anything repaired (e.g., the heel is cedar or ash, I believe, and if I damaged it, I'm not sure what I could do). I saw a different pair recently that I liked quite a bit, but while the heel on my shoes is a normal height, the heel on these were quite high--not Rick Owens break-your-ankles-high, but pretty noticeable.

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    does he do men's footwear? i was under the impression everything was womens. i love his work though. if i may ask how much do they run?



    i sadly passed on one of his bags marked down 60% a few months ago, i regret it now..


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    Well, I didn't buy women's shoes, if that's what you were asking... :P



    The
    boots in the animated .gif are men's (I think--I never actually saw
    those in a store). I have a shoe that looks similar. I'll
    snap some pictures. I think they were $700-800, it was quite a
    while ago, when I spent money a tad too freely.



    He definitely makes more stuff for women than men.


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    haha, i guess i just assumed they were women's boots because everything i've seen of his is women's in pictures and in japan. i'd love to see pictures of your boots though!

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    showroom



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    i wish he'd make bags more masculine-styled - i really like his work..

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    This stuff makes me swoon. It all looks so animate, even the washer.



    Jeffrey has a few pairs of the shoes on sale. [U]

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    I'm a sucker for pieces that look like watches, but are either non-functional watches or not anything watch-like to begin with. Makes me feel like I'm sticking it to the man.
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