LONDON – on the street, shoreditch, 11/17/07




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  1. Juliet says:

    2# bag is great.

    juliet xxx

  2. Anonymous says:

    hahahah the “se & hør”- sweater

  3. Girl says:

    Second girl is a beaut.

    Christmas sweater?!? Many “hipster” kids at my school have been wearing Christmas sweaters lately. It is strange. Not that I object.

  4. Girl says:

    Oh, third is lovely as well.

  5. Anonymous says:

    the christmas sweater as people call it, is a traditional norwegian jumper. FYI

  6. Anonymous says:

    its mr coffee@.. very beautiful

  7. Lynn & Horst says:

    the last one is pretty cool

  8. Lynn & Horst says:

    the last one is pretty cool

  9. Lynn & Horst says:

    the last one is pretty cool

  10. Rexlila says:

    i like the third, so like christmas.

  11. Anonymous says:

    i love the guy in the first picture.
    the white socks are amazing

  12. Anonymous says:

    Just want to point out as well that this is NOT a christmas sweater, but a very common, traditional norwegian knitting (and of course usually worn when cold outside).

  13. Karoline says:

    Wow, lots of Norwegians here, I see. I think the guy wearing the norwegian sweater is awesom! Why so caught up in whether it’s a christmas sweater, or a norwegian tradition vest. Who cares!

  14. Alice says:

    About the Nowegian jumper, that seems to make everybody talk, i just wanted to say that here in Denmark it cost nothing, like 5 euros in a second hand shop, but if you buy it on ebay, from usa, it’s 200 dollars !! it’s actually funny to see how in fashion and expensive something can be in a place, and cheap, and used just because people need to, in another place.. it’s so cosy to wear anyway :)