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French designer Raphaelle H’limi uses fabrics to its fullest potential by experimenting with textures and folding. There’s that 3D trend again….  Those glasses are pretty hilarious. It’s like these frames I once made for my place with beads, rhinestones and anything that resembled candy. My favorite out of the bunch is the first photo- looks very Japanese. I bet I could recreate that with picnic napkins… maybe not. H’limi interned for Emilio Pucci and Christian Dior at one time. That’s pretty major. She’s definitely one to watch!

photos:  Ramzy Bentrad /Raphaelle H’limi

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Our favorite cheeky designer whipped out his 3D glasses for his collection. No one told him you don’t need 3D glasses with Beth Ditto! Kidding! She looks wonderful. Love her flapper-style hair, actually. I liked Gaultier’s latest collection, but I didn’t love love it. I was torn between the Joan Jett mullet and the David Bowie suit. It’s like, so cool from the neck down and Central Floridian trailer trash from the neck up.  I think my favorite out of the bunch was the peach corset in the fourth photo. Corsets are what Gaultier does best, in my opinion… wish there was more of that in this collection. Besides that, those pointy shoulders are pretty cool, too.

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Dutch designer Romy Smits is a design consultant, but also designs clothes not seasonally, but as the moment strikes. I can totally understand that. Sometimes I wonder how designers can churn out stuff every season, I mean, don’t they get a creative block sometimes? I sure do. I guess that’s when fashion -intern minions come in handy. Anyway, I really liked Romy’s attention to texture. It’s like a damn 3D movie. Pretty cool- might as well go all the way with this 3D thing, right? Anywho, delusional pregnant ladies aside, I’m really digging the purple alien in the first picture- kinda looks like The Littlest Pet Shop.

photos: Romy Smits

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Japanese designer  Yuliya Wim Merlin creates whimsical knit creations that would make a cold, gloomy day smile. Being a fan of unique knitwear, Yuliya’s designs stood out from the rest of the ho-hum knitwear you see in some stores. I think the sushi sweater is brilliant, especially the 3D aspect of it. I would totally wear the piano dress to a fancy ballet recital or  something. The cherry dress looks very rockabilly and Betsey Johnson- ish.  Check out her Etsy shop. Can’t wait forSweataWheatha“!

photos: Yuliya Wim Merlin


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This designer has master skills with the scissors. Belgic designer Alexandra Verschueren made these awesome creations involving everyday pieces of clothing, like a simple dress or coat. I love when fashion goes 3D. It seems like that 3D stuff is everywhere. Movies, Playboy centerfolds and fashion. At least you don’t need those ugly glasses to see the 3D in this collection. Yay. I would wear the 4th photo to a PTA meeting. No joke.

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Designer Guo Pei is Hong Kong’s answer to Alexander McQueen. Cutting edge and beautiful, Pei is finds the balance between Eastern elegance and Western modernism. Those shoes are fan-friggin-tastic! And the dress in the last photo is gorgeous! If you drop an earring or something, you’ll never lose it! The blue and white gown reminds me of John Galliano- it’s stunning nonetheless. All this 3D origami designs going around is nice and all, but how do you sit? That’s the question of the day. Anyway, Pei is definitely one to watch! Watch his awesome fashion show below.

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