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A.P.C. has that hotness for F/W:

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I’d prefer it in a green colorway rather than the tan one pictured… but hey, I’m annoying and picky.  All I know is that in this colorway you’ll be the only guy stunting hard looking like you fed your friends dog puzzle pieces and beer as a joke, and then it threw up all over your basic J. Crew cotton jacket.

$485 at Mr. Porter.  I don’t set the prices or make the rules, but if Mr. Porter says it’s worth $485 I’m willing to believe it.

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Louis Vuitton Monogramouflage

MIL-STD-02-4-2013

Finally, a disruptive pattern aimed at pretentious people:

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For years now I’ve been telling everyone who would listen, how much I like camouflage yet find it hard to wear because all the commoners wear it.  What I needed was a distinct camouflage that was so expensive, when people saw it they just knew instantly that you were better than them.  What company better to pull this off, than Louis Vuitton? They teamed up with Japanese pop-artist Takashi Murakami who came up with a pattern to throw the LV monogram on, and hit the ground running.  Head over to Nitrolicious to see several more Monogramouflage pieces from the collection.

If I ever see it in the wild, you better believe that Keepall 55 (pictured) is an insta-cop.

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Bally Camouflage Sunglasses

MIL-STD-01-31-2013

Flip the script on the regular tortoise shell pattern:

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I like these, subtle enough to be stylish with pretty much anything.

€ 250 ($339 USD).  If you’re interested hit up the store locator on the Bally website product page.

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Catmouflage

MIL-STD-01-26-2013

A disruptive pattern for crazy cat ladies:

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They make other colors too, for operators in all sorts of feline operations.

Source – TuffStuff

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That’s what they call this camouflage. I guess “Tiger Stripe” wasn’t edgy enough: Back-Channel-Ghost-Lion-Camo-Collection

Back-Channel-Ghost-Camo-Flag-Close-upOut of all camouflage patterns I can think of, tiger stripe is among my least favorite.  I don’t mind it for embellishments or accents on an item of clothing, but the pattern is just too noisy in my opinion for everyday wear.

If you disagree, feel free to go drop ¥50,400 ($577 USD) on the jacket, or ¥28,140 ($322 USD) on the pants over at Back Channel.  For the love of god, please don’t wear them at the same time or with another pattern.

The U.S. flag with the skulls is a predictable but interesting addition.  I guess that takes it one step away from a similar jacket you could pick up at a surplus store.

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Camouflage Cigars

MIL-STD-12-22-2012

Packaged in badass 25mm ammunition inspired cases:

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Available for $12 each (minimum order of three) made by Recon Cigars.

Believe it or not, according to the website the camouflage pattern is cut and applied by hand to every cigar.

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