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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahimsa View Post


    Well if you insist :3
    but my NYC adventures don't begin until the fall when I become one of those FIT kids

    And you will have a blast, my dear. A total blast. I'm excited for you!

    My education is in apparel design, albeit it wasn't from FIT.
    Nonetheless, we fa-shun delinquents, I find, more or less dance under that same
    tattered little umbrella.
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    hardware store chic
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    Nice, Crowzer. Who made that little black frock?

    Brings new meaning to the word bombshell.
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    Victoria Modesta x Alternative Limb Project




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    "civil protection"
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    Quote Originally Posted by interest1 View Post
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    According to Google Picture it is Alice Auaa from A/W 2013.

    @Ahimsa, I prefer the original color version.
    Last edited by Crowzer; 05-28-2013 at 04:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KodakII View Post

    Boudicca truly is under-appreciated. Its a shame they don't have a larger following. Great story and pic by the way
    I was checking my threads for any broken links which I do from time to time and spotted a comment from you that I'd meant to respond to back when you'd posted it.

    Yes, their following is small and under-appreciation comes from people just not knowing about the label, as access to it is tightly limited.

    That said, I introduced a client-turned-friend to the line when I invited her to join me at a rare trunk show Zowie agreed to do a few years back – and she ended up placing a 10K order just like that. I suspect this is how such cultish lines survive (if not thrive).
    Word of mouth really is the best advertising money can't buy.


    Crowzer – excellent, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfedora View Post

    Inspired by Crowzer's post. Yasutaka Funakoshi's Alice Auaa SS2013 during Tokyo's fashion week

    alternative view

    Might also qualify for "Kill me with Leather"

    Or "WTF"

    This IS the Women's section of the forum, FYI.

    * Pole-Straddling is an entirely different thread.
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    @blackfedora - I love how "appropriate section" is a relative term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowzer View Post
    @Ahimsa, I prefer the original color version.
    Your will be done.

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    Hussein Chalayan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowzer View Post

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    @Ahimsa, I prefer the original color version.

    I wouldn't necessarily kick either one out of bed for eating crackers.

    Of course you probably couldn't fit a cracker in there if you tried, but that's beside the point..
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    It would probably look a little something like this:

    And you were all expecting a "crumby" pun

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    ^ I go for my cookies with exactly that verve & vigor.

    Don't get me started on how I react around leather.
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    This thread is so inspiring! I have to create some exhibition-worthy pieces for one of my classes and its so easy to get trapped in the "jewellery must be practical" mindset. These works challenge that standard, and help me think outside the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post

    This thread is so inspiring! I have to create some exhibition-worthy pieces for one of my classes and its so easy to get trapped in the "jewellery must be practical" mindset. These works challenge that standard, and help me think outside the box.

    1. It's gotten quite nice, hasn't it?

    2. "practical jewelry" is a contradiction in terms, no? .
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