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Claire Michel, a student at The Royal Academy of Art in Antwerp, unveiled these designs for a project. I did some heavy duty research ( I googled her ass) and found that there are over 7 million results for ‘Claire Michel’. So, naturally, I said eff this. I don’t know much about her, but her work stands for itself- Part deranged, part pre-school craft projects, part hoodie. This pretty much what I wear when I have to brave it and clean the toilets. I mean, you don’t want all those germs up in your face. I do like the ombre sneakers , though. At least this isn’t as bad as this dude’s collection.

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MA Antwerp graduate Nathalie Fordeyn designed a fascinating collection called, “A Drummer In A Tree”. More like “A Q-tip in an Ear”. (I’ll show my way out…) Anyway, I find this collection refreshing because who knew grandma’s sweaters would look so cool wrapped around your head like a fishbowl? Personally, I’m a fan of knit-wear even though California weather never lets me unleash my knit collection, like ever. I can totally appreciate the time and energy to make these bulbous pieces. I’m digging the dome skirts, but fear that they may make my legs look thick. That’s the problem with knitwear, you have to be super skinny to wear it or you’ll just look like a cat lady from Minnesota that cites peanut butter as their favorite ‘food’. Having said that, I’d totally wear the second to the last photo in a blizzard.

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Marie Cramer, a recent graduate at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp designed these magnificent works of art  called,  “Like a Painting”. Beautiful, sumptuous fabrics (sort of like the curtains at a Four Seasons Hotel) formed egg shapes like the ones carried on each models’ head. Faberge Eggs have a special place in my heart. I once bought a set of three Faberge -style eggs from a store in NYC that reminds me of that store in Vegas where Michael Jackson would go in and say, ‘You whoooooo..” Anyway, I used two of those Faberge-style eggs during the ceremony to hold our wedding rings on our wedding day. It was pretty damn special, if you ask me. So, I adore this collection and only wish it was socially acceptable to walk around with an egg on your head and not look foolish. Because I would do it everyday with these egg hats! I loves it!

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