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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincsong
    I thought he was the guy who came up the the GUESS? collection.
    No, that was Georges Marciano you nit. He was the guy who come up with the Wrangler collection.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Deckard
    I don't know... I could walk around in the short fur coat for a while... seems like a swell idea to me. Nothing says fashionable like an armless argyle suit and short fur coat. Where are the hats?
    The fur coat ok but the armless gargoyle suit? No thanks.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    I'd rather a ,(well I'll keep it clean), than wear any of those things.
    A wife in Vegas?, take my advice, that's like going to China with a sack of rice.

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    Good Lord, Mr. Chevalier....

    You've uncovered a veritable treasure trove of horrendous fashion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincsong
    I'd rather a ,(well I'll keep it clean), than wear any of those things.
    You would rather have an elephant step on your head than wear any of those things?
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomic Glee
    Just thought we should credit the original author if we're going to be using his material.
    Oh, definitely.

    Go back to the opening post: you'll see that "The Chap" website is credited. The "Dorcus Collection" material was found at "The Chap" website by Dixie Cannon, who posted a link to it in an FL section that is closed to unregistered viewers.

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    Thanks for this... I haven't laughed this hard in many moons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Chevalier
    Oh, definitely.

    Go back to the opening post: you'll see that "The Chap" website is credited. The "Dorcus Collection" material was found at "The Chap" website by Dixie Cannon, who posted a link to it in an FL section that is closed to unregistered viewers.

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    Gotcha! Just looked a little weird at first. As you might have guessed, I'm a big fan of Lileks - you can get lost for hours browsing through his site. The vintage New York postcards alone are amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Chevalier

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    Honestly, I don't think that this look is half bad.

    *runs away*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Chevalier



    At first glance you know ité─˘s Dorcus. The matching pants and vest with their subtle pattern - based on actual paintersé─˘ dropcloths!The shirt that writhes like gigantic spermatozoa caught in a bed of blackened kelp. Dorcus head to toe - but thereé─˘s more. Our new City Man collection includes large planters attached to the shoe of your choice. The planters look like concrete, but new space-age resins mean theyé─˘re feather light. The ferns? The finest machine-spun plastic. Now any time you choose to stop and watch the world go by, your foot will already have a home.

    No less an authority than Quiana Quarterly proclaimed Random Planter Foot-Perching to be the trend of 72. Are you ready?


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    It's Mr Furley!

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