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These are perfect.
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I think we should have a tribute to sunglasses.












all very elegant choices. why am i not surprised.
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As many bad things as it did to fashion, especially geek fashion, this movie defined sunglasses for quite a while:
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LK, I picture you as a sort of "Karl Lagerfeld Junior", a la the cartoon "James Bond Junior". My apologies if you are striving for more of a Jacques Helleu or John Loring look. Of course, we know that Lagerfeld is Hildeetch's most famous client...
I don't find Lagerfeld very compelling. Yes, he has a fascination with Thomas Mann, and Guy Bourdin, which are always good signs but his look lacks a certain casualness. It's contrived feyness, sort of like how the Duke of Windsor presented himself; self-conscious.
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These are so sweet.

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*Credit to Tomasso
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