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why you no like ?

the blue will be less electric when a foot is inserted teacha.gif

look at the little bowtie here at the end oh que c'est mignon inlove.gif
and the leather is buttery soft when i went and checked it out at the store

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Lookit Grimes rockin' the Prada joints (knock offs?)

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World's first #Muslim model agency opens in #NewYork #NYFW http://shar.es/g1zBT
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The launch of the world's first Muslim model agency, in New York's fashionable Tribeca district, offered an interesting alternative to the options presented at New York Fashion Week a few blocks uptown. A coming-together of a particularly stylish segment of the Islamic community in this cosmopolitan city, the event on Saturday night played host to everyone from a fully veiled woman in black abaya to dramatically coiffed fashionistas (and fashionistos) curious about a groundbreaking project.

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givenchy 2008 already took care of them i thought

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Originally Posted by Lane View Post

just tossed my size 4 attachment drape cardigan in the dryer after hand washing it cold, took a huge chance but it shrinked exactly to the size I wanted it to.
so happy, cuz I bought the damn thing so oversized because I was dying to have one, but when it stretched it just didn't work at all, cuz it fit like a size 50, and im a 44/46, lol.
drape cardigans shall make a return now! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

This IMO is what a lot of SZ fits do wrong - if you want long and drapey it looks better when the fit is oversized too. I.e. it shouldn't fit in the shoulders. I hate that tight at the top then long and drapey rick thing. looks terribled IMO. Especially in that shitty thin black fabric that alot of people wear.

Haven't seen your attachment so hoping it's nice
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post

just tossed my size 4 attachment drape cardigan in the dryer after hand washing it cold, took a huge chance but it shrinked exactly to the size I wanted it to.
so happy, cuz I bought the damn thing so oversized because I was dying to have one, but when it stretched it just didn't work at all, cuz it fit like a size 50, and im a 44/46, lol.
drape cardigans shall make a return now! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

lol you have a bipolar relationship with clothing. What will next week bring?
post #53406 of 109053
I know someone asked this not all that long ago, but where is the page that shows the highest repped posts? I will bookmark it this time, promise. blush.gif
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Worry not, I'm here.


THE PAGE
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it is sad that my Korean Joseph Gordon Levitt comment (one of the top-rated of the last day) is my top-rated comment of all time
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Embrace it and revel in its glory while you can.
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say what you will but this is so great redface.gif
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How do they expect a man to drink out of that?
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pickpackpockpuck is king for the day. may his glorious and merciful reign continue. all hail pickpackpockpuck
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Things are grotesquely expensive.

$750+tax for this beaten, battered turd:
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$12,000 for an oversize Scrabble board...
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PICKPACKPOCKPUCK
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Originally Posted by LA COUTURE INCISIVA DI YUQING YIN 
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Chinese born designer Yiqing Ying, at the age of 26, has triggered a revolutionin the aesthetic of Haute Couture, through her deeply emotional approach to fashion.

There's a wall that separates a sculptor from a couturier. They both shape raw materials, usetheir hands as a vehicle for creativity, transform an object into a concept, however, they reach different results, the sculptor comes to the works of art, while the couturier to the dress. Sometimes this barrier gets thinner and the two figures start a silent dialogue that blends the disciplines together, creating wonderful hybrids that break every dividing lines. That's the case of Chinese born designer Yiqing Ying, who, at the age of 26, has triggered a revolutionin the aesthetic of Haute Couture, through her deeply emotional approach to fashion. Yin does not sculpts just the clothes, she sculpts the emptiness around the woman's body, enhancing the grace and the natural sensuality of the female figure. The Chinese born graduate of Paris' Ecole Nationale des Arts Decoratifs has already won many accolades since her graduation in 2009, including the prestigious the Andam Prize for First Collections that leaded to her debut presentation a month later. The most striking of Yin's creations istheir powerful impact upon the soul, producing a sort of aching tenderness, just like the sound of a violin or a harp. The Spring/Summer 2012, her second collection recently presented during Paris Haute Couture, is no exception. In a synthesis of opposites she combines the flowing with the sculpted, caging the liquid draperies that wrap the body like a second skin through staggering 3D designs, obtained by rock crystal embellishments and micro pleating. With a slightly baroque taste, her garments capture the viewer's thoughts for their perturbing beauty, involving him as the masterpieces do.
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