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On the run

the 25 October 2013 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

A thug, a crook, a gangster, a man whose lifestyle is made of infractions… this one is rather a little yobbo. A stray scoundrel, a pickpocket, a rascal armed with razorblades, stealing to drink and clothe. Living in this waste ground, labyrinth of detritus which have become his marked territory over time. Desocialized, sour, stay… Read more

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Ray-Ban

the 30 September 2013 by
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What is selvedge denim?

“Selvedge” is a word that you probably heard many times if you are directly or indirectly interested in trousers, jackets, shirts and everything else made with denim. Where does it come from? Why is this word never off jeans amateur’s lips? Let’s start with the beginning, by definition selvedge is the contraction of “Self Edge”,… Read more

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The UK sales

the 20 June 2013 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

Since the summer sales have started last week for most UK shops, we try to put the best deals from each website and put it into a selection to give yyou some inspiration. As some of you may have missed some nice discounted items, we though great building this table were can be found all… Read more

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Sales at Menlook

the 20 June 2013 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

Jacket: Eleven Paris – £60.70 (£101) Shirt: Menlook Label – £46.90 (£58.65) Trousers: Filippa K – £64.85 (£92.65) Shoes: Knowledge Cotton Apparel – £89.25 (£149) Sunglasses: APC x Super – £104 (£148.75) Belt: Wrangler – £20.80 (£29.75) Tie: Carven – £45.40 (£75.65) Bag: APC – £119 (£238)

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Maremagnum

the 11 June 2013 by Joe the "tire-remover"

I was a student in Toulouse the first time I went to Bacelona. This journey with the French Truckers team was the occasion killing two birds with one stone, shooting our future looks and doing tourism to rediscover iconic places like the Maremagnum. Located in the Port Vell, this particular facility is built on the… Read more

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The history of the Bomber jacket

the 29 April 2013 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

The bomber went through the lastest decades without a wrinkle. It has transcended its original purpose to become a real icon of the pop and fashion culture. Many pieces of the men wardrobe today take their origin from the past military clothing, and the bomber jacket can be considered as a typical example of transition… Read more

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Lee Blue Label

the 7 February 2013 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

For the spring-summer 2013 season, Lee introduces a new capsule collection called “Blue Label”. Basically it is a premium line made of 10 pieces: 6 classic styles of jeans (Daren, Blake, Powell, Brooklyn Straight, Luke and Cash), a striped poplin shirt with a contrasting white rounded collar, a “gold rush” denim waistcoat and a very… Read more

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My Top 10 pieces for 2012 (Romano)

the 30 December 2012 by Romano as "the garagerocker"

Each year, when it is time to look back on your fashion purchases, you can generally find multiple categories, whatever they were practical, just for your own pleasure or both. Failed purchases: this was a good deal, but you already knew that you would soon get tired with it. Semi-failed purchases: I love this t-shirt,… Read more

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Peacoat History

the 28 November 2012 by Joe the "tire-remover"

Origins As it is for most style of coats, the peacoat has a military origin. It would have been firstly created for Royal Navy midshipmen, probably from around the beginning of the 18th century. The word peacoat would come from the Dutch “Pijjekker” meaning “coarse wool”. Pronounced with an English accent, it has become “pea-jacket”,… Read more

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