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Models for fashion label PLAY GROUND wear clothes designed by Tatsuya Shida, Yuta Kikuchi and Ryo Katori during their 2010-2011 Autumn/Winter fashion show in Tokyo on Tuesday.

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Models look like very boring people to be around.

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Is smiling against the law in the modeling community? Or are they pissed that they have to wear those fashions?

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Lates look or Greatest look, not for me !

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I so hunger for the days of excellent tailoring. Coco Chanel could tailor as well as design elegant clothes. Her clothes fit the feminine frame. These clothes are self-indulgent crap. If you are a upstart designer, and want to be unique, do the work. Learn tailoring. This is wearable abstract "art", not ready-to-wear.

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the combination of angry looking girls and ugly looking clothes is mind blowing. such a genius designer. No wonder they ask French to design something for them. good comment gurukun!

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bottom left one looks fainting!

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A smile would have been nice but I love these! Can't see anyone actually wearing these in public but I'm sure this fashion show is just for the art of it.

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Not sure about the clothing, but I like the fashionable shoes they're wearing.

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not having shoes make them more attractive indeed!!!

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That bottom left outfit is wrong- just plain Wrong ! The colors, the material combinations, a sleeveless shirt-vest with those GLOVES ??? all wrong, wrong, wrong !

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Actually, models I know have told me that they are told not to smile in fashion shows. The idea is not to draw attention to themselves. In fact, in the very best fashion shows, members of the audience shouldn't even notice the models; they are merely "coat hangers." You are supposed to look at the clothes, not the girls wearing them.

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Are the shawls real or faux animal fur?

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I think with all these fur debate around, no one is going to risk to put up the real fur for the show.

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Wow! I thought this was a hair show until I got to the bottom row.

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a sleeveless shirt-vest with those GLOVES ???

LOL! Good point! I'm cold, but I'm not. Hilarious

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Models do not all look dismal. It is as each designer requests... The more confident/ successful the designer, the more personality allotted/ shown in the models. In this present combination, the clothes are dismal, and so are their faces... It must be for exhibition only, as this show does not inspire sales...

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Agree that the clothing is really the pits & doubt if any woman would feel properly dressed in any of them. Mind you in bare feet is their bit of NUDE I take it.

If the designers, of these outfits are AGAINST a woman smiling then really the poor women look like they are in a time of stress for the clothing alone helps said stress period as well.

Seems like fuzzy-wuzzy hair fashions are in again----ghastly!!!!!!

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I think this must be an anti-fur fashion show. The message is obviously, 'Don't wear fur, it makes you look demented and/or homeless'.

I hope those bits of plush they're wearing are fake. Not to mention the headless bunnies the girls have shoved their hands into.

I too think the shoes are the best part of this fashion show.

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What is this, an Arkansas fashion statement with the bare feet look?

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I'd like to kiss them (toes).

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Great....... Big hair is back......

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"You are supposed to look at the clothes, not the girls wearing them.'

This would be possible only if the clothes were more interesting than the girls. I am sorry to say that the recycled trends of the past offered up as the "latest fashion" hardly qualify as more interesting than the models.

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Yes, Yes, big hair and little toes.

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Creepy waifish designs from the unispired for the hopelessly trendy.

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this is what happens when the scraps on the floor are recycled LOL!!

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maybe we can rename this collection the "Kawai-so Collection" since it makes you look fasionably clueless, homeless and in a bad mood. Maybe that is the mission here.

"Tired of trying to keep up your glamorous look? Well try this year's Kawai-so Collection and go for getting the sympathy attention instead. People will feel sorry for you, buy you warm drinks or soup and bring you inside to get warm. No long make up process required."

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cleo: Nice observation! Funnily enough, I had a dream (or should I say nightmare) last night of people wearing fur. AHHH!

I think the clothes weigh more than the models do!

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This look is unoriginal & tired. Kansai Yamamoto & Rei Kawakubo started this trend back in the 70's... The difference, they are both extremely skilled craftsmen, & tailors. Just for contrast, these current designers should show one or two pieces that display some fundamental tailoring ability, coupled with these more abstract pieces... Perhaps then they will be viewed with more credibility!

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Are the shawls real or faux animal fur?

Faux fur, but I'm sure Peta is having a field day anyway.

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I'm sorry but they just don't look attractive to me. Such a shame as Japan is overflowing with beautiful women.

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Great, the homeless look is back! (Kawaiso look, lol)

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Sorry but I am not even noticing the clothes. I am completely tranfixed by the facial expressions. Wouldnt a subtle smile be the most neutral look. Some of those expressions are a little worrying. As for the clothes I like the first two in the top row. Especially the first. They both have a subtle sense of elegance. Sometimes less is more.

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Izonganai ~_~

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This has to be art because it sure as heck is not fashion!

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Wow.

Many bad hair pics.

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Lookin good to me, playas.

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fashion art art fashion peta? fur... how bout fake fur. It's 2010

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Clearly, the "latest look" is heavily layered in mis-matched colors with no shoes or socks...

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The only fashion piece I'm anywhere close to liking is the 2nd dress.

The models are supposed to be models and wear the fashion with confidence and make the clothes look good and vice versa... unfortunately neither are complimenting the other.

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"Derelicte!" These models can now put professional pouter on their resumes.

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Yes Yes and Yes, all approved

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Quite like the first, all-black look. Bare feet is refreshing from completely stupid "shoes".

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LOL @ cleo! Well said! I totally agree. And it does look like it is faux fur. Still hideous though, since none of the outfits make sense. Except possibly the first one. I think that is the only one that could possibly pass for normal clothing that one could dare to wear in public other than on a runway.

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Many of these gals look as if they got lost in grandma's futon closet.

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the first black one is nice .

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a case of taking fashion as 'only' art

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Ugly, ugly stuff.

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I take the theme for fall is depression ?

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Would you not also look horribly depressed if your job required you to wear what these poor girls are wearing?

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works better as a static cling commercial

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The fashion police should put the designer away for life.

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