Filed under Richard Gray
huh?? so being overweight can lead to mispronunciation? this post escapes me.
A tongue-in-cheek commentary on fashion’s unfair and pointless obsession with weight. Maybe it should carry a rider.
Lol, is it because of their fat tongues?
I need one for Rodarte…I always struggle with that one….
Death to the Size 0… not literally. I miss the 80’s when models were size 2’s and 4’s.
Michael Jordan wore the Nike oxygen Jordan II through the 1986-1987 NBA season, and while quantity No. 23 is something but ordinary, mundane is precisely what these shoes are.
The layout is amazingly conservative. The shoe by itself is typically dark and white, with only a hard of red-colored near to the heel. This shoe certainly could have benefited from escalating the broad variety of colours on it, especially red. Just by altering the laces to red-colored would have designed a massive difference. Even a giant Nike confirm mark could have designed this shoe so a good offer an exceptional offer greater than it is. This layout is notoriously simple, a tag that just doesn’t suit MJ’s actively playing style
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