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Last supper

I usually have zero interest in fashion shows. Except when it comes to the graduation show of the Fashion Department at the Antwerp Royal Academy.

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Big favourite is Koji Arai‘s “Last Supper” collection (images above). The young designer’s graduation work is on show at the MOMU, the Mode Museum in Antwerp (Belgium) until August 13.

But i still had eyes for: “Save a horse, ride a cowboy” by Berivan Meyer, Mikio Sakabe‘s “20XX A/W”, and Johanna Trudzinski‘s “With my own two hands.”

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extreme fashion!

Accidental FSM couture?

Xeni Jardin:
I’m fairly confident that this outfit from designer Jeremy Scott’s fall 2006 collection is not an homage to the Flying Spaghetti Monster’s meatballs and noodly appendages. Still, stranger things have fannied down the runway before. Link to photoset in the online magazine ZOOZOOM (gag, ack, horrible unlinkable Flash interface!), click on “Jeremy Scott,” it’s the first photo. (thanks Susannah Breslin!)

Italian designers probably squirm in horror for this… \”ugh, how american!\”

Stella for H&M launch on flickr

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The Stella McCartney for H&M collection launched worldwide today. Since there’s no H&M storefront in Los Angeles, I’ve been watching it go down on flickr. West Coast stores haven’t opened at the time of this entry but I’m hoping Bay Area fashionistas represent as the day progresses. For now, check stella and HM tags for a few cellphone self-portraits of bargain hunters in H&M dressing rooms ’round the world.

[photo: Anna Fashionista]



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