3.24.2012

KAWA11

Earlier this week I finished my senior collection.  I say that lightly because it's very unlikely the faculty at my school will agree with me - to them finishing early means having plenty of time to fix "little things".  Whatever.  I'll get some photos of the clothing up before the show comes around - no point waiting really - but in the meantime, here's three jackets I made..



10 comments:

  1. I'm really excited to see it! I've really loved the little pieces you've shown so far!

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  2. omg that anime jacket where did u find such a thing?!

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  3. k now see that u made it, holy fuck i want one of those anime jackets like crazy

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  4. I need that blazer in my life! I wonder when you'll start selling it. I'll line up even tho i'm so far away. haha

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  5. would you be willing to sell one of them?

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  6. The furs I'd sell for $800 each, the printed jacket I'd sell for $350.

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  7. Gorgeous*ness <3 NEARLY à year later where may we find Thee Jacket ? <3\(^o^)/

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  8. Gorgeous*ness <3 NEARLY à year later where may we find Thee Jacket ? <3\(^o^)/

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