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The cherry on top (couldn’t resist) of this collection was the girly silhouette of short foufy skirts. That is my favorite- looks like a doll! Although the patterns were a little busy, I approve of this collection because the silhouette saved this collection’s ass. It’s like Pippi Longstocking collided with a 1950’s Bavarian housewife. Hearts all around! Wunderkind is gonna be on my radar blip from now on… I promise.

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Reminscent of other Japanese designers like Comme Des Garçon, Tao unveiled its spring 2011 collection with  mostly simple white and black ensembles embellished with ruffles. There was an air of the Victorian era with the neck ruffs and knickers. There were also doody hair dos- no! kidding… they were elongated chignons…. yeah, that’s it. Anyway, I can see myself wearing these, especially the knicker outfit during a leisure walk through a meadow (when does that ever happen?)

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Japanese Designer Tsumori Chisato is my new favorite designer. It seems like I have one every few weeks… Anyway, Chisato’s playful prints and bright colors are like bait to me, so I guess she has reeled me in! My favorite look is the long striped sailor dress- it’s a trompe l’oiel, so you know how I feel about that. The pajama-inspired  red polka-dot pant suit is pretty awesome, too. The drawings on the fourth and fifth photo dresses look like a mythical creature Napoleon Dynamite might have sketched during geography class. Sweet! Yay for Tsumori!!

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This season’s Viktor & Rolf show was spectacular, as usual. Taking inspiration from menswear, particularly men’s dress shirts, each piece maintained a feminine quality, while displaying masterful techniques with the common dress shirt. Maison Martin Margiela should seriously pay attention to Viktor &Rolf and see how it’s done. That last dress totally belongs in a museum!  That’s a lot of cufflinks to shop for! I would take one of each and wear that to a boardroom! Brill-i-ant!

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No, really , it’s like there’s a board in there. You can always rely on  Maison Martin Margiela to bring on the most ridiculous ideas to life. Not only is this FUG, but it’s not very practical. The only upside to this is the fact that you can wear this as a new eatin’ dress to the Home Town Buffet. You’ll never have to loosen your belt of unzip your zipper! Also, this gives a license to not remove the cardboard when you buy a new dress shirt. Besides that, I, too, would cover my face with my hair in embarrassment.

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