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Welcome to /fa/ /fa/scist 10/29/2019 (Tue) 00:00:14 No.1 [Reply]
Welcome to anon.cafe/fa/
This board is for fashion of any and all varieties. Try to keep off topic posts to a single thread.

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Don't forget to dress your best!

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i like hat

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/fa/g 05/12/2020 (Tue) 23:25:03 No.177 [Reply]
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a garment designed to confuse digital surveillance algorithms into thinking you don’t exist >Normally, surveillance algorithms work by recognising a characteristic in an image, drawing a ‘bounding box’ around it, and assigning a label to that object. To interrupt this, the t-shirt uses colourful, pixelated patterns to confuse the technology into thinking you don’t exist. In other words, the clusters of pixels are placed to confuse the AI’s classification and labelling system, making it harder for it to map out your facial features. >“For the physical attacks, the real challenge is to remain undetected during the whole video duration,” says Battista Biggio, assistant professor at the University of Cagliari, and creator of the first adversarial example, which was successful in fooling spam email detection. “When detection is running in every frame, remaining consistently undetected is much harder.” >The researchers recorded a person walking while wearing a checkerboard pattern and tracked the corners of each of the board’s squares in order to accurately map out how it wrinkles when the person moves. Using this technique improved the ability to evade detection from 27 per cent to 63 per cent against YOLOv2, and from 11 per cent to 52 per cent against Faster R-CNN. >However, Lin says it’s unlikely that we’ll see these T-shirts in the real world. “We still have difficulties in making it work in the real world because there’s that strong assumption that we know everything about the detection algorithm,” she explains. “It’s not perfect, so there may be problems here or there.” >In fact, the researchers don’t actually want to help people evade surveillance technology at all. Instead, Lin says that the team’s ultimate goal is to find holes in neural networks so that surveillance firms can fix them, rather than to assist people in avoiding detection. “In the future, hopefully we can fix these problems, so the deep learning systems can’t be tricked.” tl;dr Make pixelated, bright colored, headache inducing shirts to avoid face detection. The people who are working on this aren't going to do it for you. They want to be able to detect you no matter what.
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>>183 Nice post, though as the op sort of mentioned, even if we manage to fool the machine, we won't fool the people, i can see such clothing/makeup becoming illegal in say the UK, because it aides terrorism or something, either that or people wearing this stuff get special focus. For this to truly change the game we'd need a lot of people to do it and i don't see that happening.
>>183 wew thank you for this knowledgeable and well written post. >anti surveillance makeup This is, from my memory, the original way that people figured out for fooling facial recognition. Along with ridiculous hair. Things like black triangles and white triangles above/below the eyes. With half my head shaved I imagine I could fool the recognition for side (profile) shots if I painted the bald part of my head with the odd geometry. >learn more about this You've already done a spectacular job spoonfeeding this information, which I am very grateful for, but I must ask if there's a particular book that you would suggest as a starting point, so that I may not need spoonfeeding again in the future? >>184 >won't fool the people This is true, and while I can't speak for the UK, I believe the government here would have a hard time justifying a legal ban on a shirt. >need a lot of people Agree. That is the ultimate goal here, for me at least. This is why I want to be able to achieve a working design; in order to disseminate such a design widely. The more people that are confident i.e. effay that wear it the more normal it will be considered. If attractive people start wearing it in public more will follow. This is a curve I intend to be ahead of, and luckily I do not appear to be alone in this desire. Thinking about it, for the short term I might try to get a "fake" one printed up, if only to start instilling in others the acceptance of this new, hideous design-type so that once a good pattern is achieved it will be more easily accepted by those that surround me day to day.
Interesting takes anons. The CyberP makey-cakey makes sense now. Thinking about people like native americans, it's interesting to see such facial paint making a sort of comeback. Could such makeup be remnants of a ancient technologically advanced past that got lost post-flood? Really makes your think
>>272 >CyberP makey-cakey wat
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effay /fa/g 11/30/2019 (Sat) 08:36:54 No.25 [Reply] [Last]
sup
edit: WAYWT
Edited last time by anon on 12/23/2019 (Mon) 19:59:15.
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i lik rusa
>>308 Was this hosted on the Israel Fashion Week?
>>328 lel
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i am absolutely dripping Waffle House

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Military Thread /fa/g 10/29/2019 (Tue) 21:59:13 No.3 [Reply]
I've heard you like fascion.
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>>357 Maybe you can find it in of one of these books. Found this quickly on libgen http://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=2FD09C2A166AB9A023A3DDC68FE2DF8C zlibrary https://b-ok.cc/book/667136/a44713 https://b-ok.cc/book/814286/56855a https://b-ok.cc/book/531147/2ef7e3 Actually there's a lot on zlibrary heres a link to the search, if you're interested. https://b-ok.cc/s/German%20uniform
>>359 Neat, thanks. I kind of doubt I'm going to find it though, since it seems to have been a non-standard variation on a normal Panzer wrap.
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As someone fascinated by the Japanese writer Mishima Yukio (more by his writings than his political vision, although the two may be related to some extents) If you don't know he created a private militia called Tatenokai (The Shield Society) and I must admit there uniforms are very sexy. IIRC they were created by Dior. Uniforms in general are sexy.
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/TCG/ - Teencore General /fa/g 04/22/2021 (Thu) 04:15:51 No.257 [Reply]
Post and discuss teencore fashion. Reminisce on your high school days. Any subculture accepted.
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>>258 what are those pants called? parachute pants?
>>311 those goth jncos? i think they were called trip pants
>>311 Bondage pants.
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>>261 Same.
>>339 >overcoat >black t-shirt >combat boots That was my style alright.

Made in USA shoes /fa/g 03/19/2022 (Sat) 13:30:47 No.324 [Reply]
I want a pair of casual shoes that are made in the USA and under $200. Do these look good? I am fashion blind. https://www.somfootwear.com/collections/casual/products/norwood-classic?variant=32836736286819
Yeah sure, something nondescript and black like that will work with anything, you won't really have to think about it. Looks like leather, too. Both practically and stylistically, leather is good, especially on shoes.

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can I have fighting/military strength while being thinspo /fa/g 12/31/2021 (Fri) 23:59:11 No.310 [Reply]
I want to take the malespo pill BUT:I still want to be able to lift heavy, use guns or swords if neccesary,fight big opponents,etc can it be done? Wouldnt lifting the same as a big guy all the while being thin be double awesome? >I wil do the 10K kettlebell swings challenge. i'll be using a heavy load,it burns kilos of fat and since it's high-reps it doenst really increase muscle mass.
good luck with your look but I'd suggest going to /fit/ for advice on this
It's my first time here, sorry but are you larping? >want to be able to [...] se guns or swords if neccesary,fight big opponents I was about to ask if you practice HEMA or something but guns and swords? Fighthing big opponents? Where do fuck do you live mate? Anyway, about your question: I mainly go for muay thai amateurs fights and I'm like 160cm@55kgs right now. I usually fight at 54.5 or 60kgs and I keep most of my strenght at 54.5 but I can't really beat someone that is heavier than me. At BJJ I can't do shit against someone who is like 4kgs heavier at 54.5 but at 60 I can at least survive against someone at 70kgs >lifting the same as a big guy all the while being thin I dont think that you can be lean and lift heavy without juicing but, hey, try it out.

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How to dress a guy with a female figure? /fa/g 09/03/2021 (Fri) 11:28:46 No.299 [Reply]
Hi 8san! Im new here. Im a 18 y.o. boy from Russiaand I have a little problem. Well,my size is 87/70/104(in cm) with a height of 187(6,2) and cant find a proper clothes in this sizes. Is there something I can order abroad for this sizes with normal price?(Im poor(@_@)) Unisex or male (mb female if it looks ok) Sry for the mistakes. Thank you in advance! ^_^ Here`s my telegram for.. something i quess? @Forqrotten
>8san Wrong website >proper clothes What do you mean by proper? Suits? Normal tshirt and pants? >order abroad... normal price Shop domestic for the best prices >all this identity shit lol If you're having too difficult of a time you could try high waisted pants to compensate for not being able to find long, skinny mens shirts. Try to see if you can find a big and tall store, those specialize in odd sizes and may be able to help you.
>>300 >Wrong website Sry, copied without brain >Shop domestic for the best prices Then why do you think im here? >Try to see if you can find a big and tall store Asos, but their sizes are more "medium" (not for model sizes i would say idk)
>>301 good luck you stupid fuckin skinny faggot lmao have you tried searching the average aftican store lol you can prob find some tall skinny clothes there cuz yu kno they tall and can't eat none so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The state of /fa/ /fa/g 06/25/2021 (Fri) 19:20:42 No.282 [Reply]
Is this the only fashion board left that - >isn't cuckchan >isn't a normalnigger circlejerk >isn't a bastion for attention seeking whores/trannies
Yes although that's probably because there's not that many people around
>>282 I stopped caring about 4chan's /fa/ when everything started centering around streetwear and wigger shit. Actually, I don't really care about fashion that much at all anymore. At least /fa/ showed me how to dress myself properly though.
>>283 Could it also be that it's dead because the main demographic of /fa/ is elsewhere? >>284 >I stopped caring about 4chan's /fa/ when everything started centering around streetwear and wigger shit You really should have stopped going there as soon as you realized it was shit, but everyone was content with 4chan until a time came when they weren't so it depends on when that was. I also have no idea about what the state of /fa/ was back then. I'm more of a /v/igger really, so I've always had a home. >Actually, I don't really care about fashion that much at all anymore. This is somewhat true for me as well. Though I think my tastes might be classified as somewhat wiggerish, I grew up in the poor BLACK part of the city. I really like sneakers but it's hard to go through with buying anything when I know it's most likely overpriced shit assembled in a sweatshop. That probably applies to pretty much any kind of textile good in the modern world today really. >At least /fa/ showed me how to dress myself properly though. That's the important part. I think I have a pretty decent sense of casual fashion that I just picked up on my own, but I would be hopeless when it comes to anything else without /fa/ or other online resources.
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>>288 >You really should have stopped going there as soon as you realized it was shit, but everyone was content with 4chan until a time came when they weren't so it depends on when that was. I also have no idea about what the state of /fa/ was back then. I'm more of a /v/igger really, so I've always had a home. I started going there back around 2011, when the suggested look was 511s, desert boots, a slim-fit shirt, a pea coat, and a Hitler Youth haircut. After a little while, the streetwear and completely impractical gothninja stuff started taking over the board. Pics related. Then traditional /fa/core and more menswear-oriented stuff ended up getting labelled as "dadcore" (which, funnily enough, started off as a false flag made to look the streetwear posters look bad according to a post I saw on there back then). >This is somewhat true for me as well. Though I think my tastes might be classified as somewhat wiggerish, I grew up in the poor BLACK part of the city. I really like sneakers but it's hard to go through with buying anything when I know it's most likely overpriced shit assembled in a sweatshop. That probably applies to pretty much any kind of textile good in the modern world today really. I had a pair of '80s high-tops that I really liked back in high school, but they fell apart so soon that I stopped wearing tennis shoes. It's been leather chukkas for me ever since then. I'd be open to trying some minimalist black high tops if I knew I could trust the construction, but I'm pretty skeptical. I've been wearing the same pair of boots for years now, and they've held up well even if they're not perfect. >That's the important part. I think I have a pretty decent sense of casual fashion that I just picked up on my own, but I would be hopeless when it comes to anything else without /fa/ or other online resources. /fa/'s biggest benefit for me was understanding the importance of fit. I was actually into getting custom shirts made for a while, but I've since stopped. Working out ended up changing my shirt measurements to the point where it feels like I could bust out of them, so now I just stock up on snug-fitting t-shirts and buttonless long-sleeved shirts. That might be a problem in the long run, since from what I've seen the baggy look is coming back in style and it could get harder to find those kinds of shirts. I've really come full circle in terms of style with the lazy t-shirt-and-jeans look, with the difference being that now I'm able to tell what is and isn't going to look completely terrible on me.

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