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Registered: 04-2011
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Paul Weller's Collection at Pretty Green


Bound to get a very mixed response but Mr. Weller has teamed up with Pretty Green to design some clobber. What do people think?

It's a mix of singlets(which just look like vests to me) Indian shirts,[sign in to see URL] me, they ain't my cup of tea and not what I would have expected from him. But then again, Paul has never done what anyone has expected of him.

Personally I don't anyone who buys or wears PG clobber, highly over-priced gear for what you get. Don't know why Paul doesn't just go start his own label.

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Re: Paul Weller's Collection at Pretty Green


The man is a genius, who else could design a plain tee-shirt and a brown vest? emoticon

If you see someone decked out in any of this tat you'll know the one that was born in that particular minute.

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I think when you see the name PW with a design label its best to steer clear. I prefer to find some vintage gems in Islington or Brick [sign in to see URL] very cool vintage shops in Camden Passage Angel-which is where I buy most of my stuff. Expensive but at least you know its REAL and not some fake ideal of what was cool in 64
Girls have it easier because most of the mod style is revisited by the mass market designers every year-Zara had some amazing pieces this year styled on the iconic 60s cut

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