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Lookbook: Marius Petrus – Spring/Summer 2013

Marius Op’t Eynde has a super awesome surname, was born in 1989, studied fashion design at the Hogeschool Voor De Artez Kunsten. lives in the Super fashion Antwerpen, did an internship at Alexander McQueen, had a show at the Amsterdam Fashion Week – and now carved out a pretty hot Spring/Summer 2013 collection, as you can see from the lookbook images. The youngster called his menswear label “Marius Petrus”.

Fact that the boy is just in his early twenties makes us concerned and – despite the sunny weather – we’re terribly depressed. Finally, we haven’t done anything as great at his age. We then dedicated maximum time to  breasty girls, drinking cheap long drinks and fighting in front of discos.

Von: Jakob

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Massive Autumn-Shoes, despite poor Fellow-Runners: RED WING

Alright, it is enough by now: this autumn, the crawling cold and also the wet feet.

From now on I am wearing boots. Call me whatever you want. If you insist also a Prenzlauer Berg-hiker.

Starting today, I am putting my feet in the warm-feet-classic RED WING, so that I will stop freezing. One would know this shoes mainly by seeing them on advertisement-agency owners from Hamburg wearing them during weekend-autumn-walks with their big dogs while resting on Sylt or on edgy Düsseldorf- inhabitants, who also enjoy wearing ‘Designer-Jeans‘ and half-long hair. I am neither of those two things, and I do not want to become either.

But them and me, we are connected now: by having warm, dry feet. And that is worth it! For real. It is enough.

Von: Julian

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