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Here are my favorite looks from UK’s Graduate Fashion Week 2010. I always like to see what the student graduates come up with because they don’t have financiers up their ass asking them if their clothes will sell. This freedom always guarantees a good ‘WTF?’ look. I mean, fashion is supposed to be fun and creative, once money comes into play, then things start looking like the average mall store. Anywho, as you can see, children’s themes appeal to me. Dumbo, clowns, woodland creatures, pom poms… love it. And , I’m glad to see a designer paying attention to the chirruns. Adorable!

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Designer Sandra Backlund and photographer  Denise Grünstein collaborated with a series of photos that could make a grown man’s sperm run and cry. These photos have exhibited at Galleri Charlotte Lund in Stockholm, but thanks to the power of the computer gods ( and me) you only have to go as far as your couch to see these masterpieces. I wonder what they bribed the kids with for this shoot. Candy would be classic. Anyway, I did a post on Sandra Backlund’s designs in the past. You can find it here. Below is her newest collection, which I am liking a lot.

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Colette is a boutique in Paris that carries the most avant-guarde products. Seriously, last time I went, there was a line to get in when it was opening in the morning. It’s that cool!    Here are some of their wacky products this month:

Le Whif., created by Le Labogroup , a flavoured spray  that tastes like chocolate, fruits and/or spices. Basically, you’re inhaling chocolate fumes. It’s perfect for that bulemic special someone!

Designer Julie Ansiau, made blocks of felt sewn by hand called ‘popquilts’ for a Chicle Bomba installation in the front window. Arab chewing-gums, Japanese candies, Kosher sweets, Indian paan and American lollipops make for an interesting installation. That Alf popquilt is super bizarre. Alf has 8 stomachs- little bit of trivia for you. I’m embarrased now. 

DoCoCo is a project created by Dominique Lattès and colette designed for children. The bibs are brilliant. 

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