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post #31 of 41
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Sneak peek at F/W 09…Lars has said that this collection was inspired by the Civil War, more specifically young men/boys who would run away from home in their fathers/brothers/uncles clothes that were too big for them, to fight, and probably die. Interesting concept, I thought. I’m pretty happy the collection despite my initial doubts.
post #32 of 41
Don't like the colours, fit is ok but I wish they were a bit less ironic/goofy.
post #33 of 41
I would like to see that super long nightgown looking thing from the front. I could see myself wearing the drawstring wool pants.
post #34 of 41
I absolutely love mjolk. It was by far my favourite Australian label. Our loss is your gain...
post #35 of 41
don't care for this line AT ALL
post #36 of 41
Now that I look at it more, I realise just how Australian Metro Young Adult (time for a new acronym?) this is. It's got irony by the bucketload
post #37 of 41

post #38 of 41
^ At least there's an easy place to order from now. lol at these S/S2010 looked nice though.
post #39 of 41
i like the duffle and the drawstring wool pants
post #40 of 41

Great sweater!




Nice pants. Shirt's not bad too.
post #41 of 41
I liked the A/W 10 lookbook, just need to find reliable stockists. Especially for this suit. Cute 1-button cuff.


http://www.f-t.com.au/blog/mjolk-aw-2010-11/
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