Just when you thought you had seen it all . . . (Warning: Not for the fainthearted)

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, Mar 3, 2016.

  1. dubpynchon

    dubpynchon Practically Family

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    I wonder if our jackets would sell better if we had some half naked girl wear them on ebay. Worth a try :D
     
  2. Unique

    Unique New in Town

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  3. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Extremely limited quantities because there are only a few people stupid enough to drop that sort of money on it is my guess.
     
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  4. MET

    MET A-List Customer

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  5. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    ....because taking it outside to take the picture would make it look better?

    Also the name of the jacket just wins everything
     
  6. Siggmund

    Siggmund One of the Regulars

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    What are the little zipper pulls? Bottles of bourbon? Frankincense burners?
     
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  7. navetsea

    navetsea I'll Lock Up

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    braided, perforated, stamped, riveted, embroidered leather, all that in one jacket
    plus you need to learn math to count the panels :confused:

    the fit is very nice, but perhaps both Jesus and Elvis both living in seclusion don't realize we humans have evolved with longer arms and legs over the years...
     
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  8. AbbaDatDeHat

    AbbaDatDeHat I'll Lock Up

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    Took me awhile lookin at this before i got it.
    Now i’m sorry.
    Those slices remind me of meat after i run the cuber over it.
    Now i’m sorry.
    B
     
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  9. MET

    MET A-List Customer

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    ELVIS JESUS leather jacket
    Fashion fantastic
    incredibly fancy designer, fashionably slashed, extra zippers, cafe racer style, retails for $825 CAD new
    originally used in film

    It is sold out.
     
  10. rosscoinc1

    rosscoinc1 Familiar Face

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    I had never thrown up laughing before...I do not recommend it!
     
  11. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    I do like the 'Elvis-Jesus' branding. That aside, it rather makes me think of the sort of piece one sees worn by a manufactured pop band (you know, the sort where there are five members, nobody plays an instrument, two sing and the other three dance about a bit at the back) when they have their "tough leather" makeover by a designer who is slightly obsessed with Tina Turner in Mad Max Thunderdome.
     
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  12. Superfluous

    Superfluous My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    We had Mother's Day brunch at The Baker, The Butcher & The Cappuccino Maker Cafe (high recommend), which happens to be directly across the street from H. Lorenzo. Thus, after brunch, I made my annual pilgrimage to the temple of surreal outerwear ( https://www.hlorenzo.com/collections/mens-new-arrivals/outerwear ).

    Robin Hood wants his leather jacket back:

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    I would shake your hand, but . . .

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    I would shake your hand in the rain, but . . .

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    I'll just use auto pilot:

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    Orange is the New Black:

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    Carrot camouflage:

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    When a Tin Hat just isnt' enough, . . .

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    Singing in the Rain meets Kermit the Frog:

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    The Wild One circa 2027:

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    The Wild One circa 2037:

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    Follow the Yellow Brick Road . . .

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    If you don't need a trench coat, you can cut this (latex) garment into small pieces and make several prophylactics (or, if you are Tonz, one prophylactic):

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    Puffer jackets make excellent flotation devices:

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    Bond . . . Loverboy Bond (Loverboy is the actual name of the designer):

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    Zippers and buttons are wildly overrated:

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    At the Copa . . . Copacabana:

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    Where did I put my keys?

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    I could continue ad nauseam.
     
  13. El Marro

    El Marro Call Me a Cab

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    I'm intrigued. But do they sell anything that remotely resembles clothing in that store?
     
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  14. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    I’m more curious if people actually buy that garbage?
     
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  15. red devil

    red devil My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    You can always find people to buy garbage
     
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  16. Mich486

    Mich486 One Too Many

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    The inspector gadget could fully extend his arms and still show no wrist. Good stuff!


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  17. Monitor

    Monitor

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    I kinda like this one. ;_;
     
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  18. ton312

    ton312

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    I actually don't think the robin hood is that bad...until you hit the yoga strap sleeves
     
  19. MET

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    Those garments are something like from Jodorowsky's sci-fi stories. Might be costumes for dismorphic creatures.

     
  20. tropicalbob

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    I was surprised to see that the "Elvis/Jesus" jacket was sold out but astonished at the number of Hlorenzos that were. Just goes to show where the recent "tax break" money went.
     

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