Not in a milion years.
A jeans that fits you well isn't necessarily a good quality product. Hell, i had some pretty decent results out of standard H&M slim fit jeans to illustrate my words.
>the brand does decent jeans
>becomes known for it
>ups the shit out of the prices on everything
>rides on the jeans popularity to sell all of their (literal) shit to clueless faggots
not that expensive. if you don't have the money don't buy. it's designer. if you can't understand designer then why do you care. fashion isn't about quality.
however I do agree their quality is much worse than it should be. price point is about right for the design, though. I hate the name acne too, it's what people get on their face and hate. come up with a better name. if its supposed to mean ambition to create novelty expressions, then put it all caps, otherwise it's acne.
>yes goy buy my low-mid tier quality products for just under high fashion prices
>be a good little goy
Ok acne, thank you acne
The first pair I bought back in 2012 was actually pretty decent. I bought another pair in 2014 and it was pretty bad honestly. Even Levis/H&M have better construction than Acne's do now
ok sorry i should say, concerned with quality. of course most high end items are going to have decent quality. price doesn't imply quality though, it implies design more than anything. of course if you buy something high end, its going to have decent quality, but there are companies that make much, much better quality for way cheaper, which wouldn't be fashionable.
creating a relatively cheap, fashionable, quality item is not that easy.
Because they tell you that you are ugly if you have certain qualities and then convince you it must be fixed,
So by then you are will to pay a lot for to do just that.
If you're paying 450 pounds for some stupid fucking sweater the least you can demand is that the quality is above average
Welcome to fashion, nigger. This is how it works. If you spend more than $15 on a t-shirt, you're paying for the design. A $1,100 t-shirt isn't any better quality than one which is a thousand dollars cheaper.
I don't see Zara making shirts like this.
Yeah I guess that's true
Design, cool unique designs. Most of the stuff I buy would be considered high quality, but quality isn't the main reason for my interest.
I think my original post was worded a bit too harshly, I don't have anything against people who buy for quality, but I can't really understand people who motivate buying expensive designer products solely for quality, guess I just think there's always more to it than that.
No clue, i'm no expert on Acne. Personally I just think that it's a circlejerk since Acne is considered by most as an "entry-tier" brand in terms of deigner stuff, lot of newer peoples first more expensive buys are apc or acne jeans, thus older posters want to distance themselves form that
Just a thought though, not necessarily the case
Personally I have only one item from acne(a shirt) and it is definitely a very nice.
May also be because someone simply didn't like something they bought, and considers that opinion the truth
Seems like most people forget that quality is subjective