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"Street Send-off" at Fashion For Collapse


"Smoky Second Line" copyright 2011 kristin fouquet


My photo essay, "Street Send-off," is up at Fashion For Collapse. Thanks, Lynn.

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  1. i so love this series there..how about one for OTW?? Open invite ..just saying..

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  2. Do you know, Michael, I asked Lynn if she thought it might be better for OTW. She said maybe these two versions for FFC and later a flip-book version for OTW. So, if it's not too stale, you could carry it over there. Or I could think about it and give you something fresh and new. Thank you so much for the invitation!

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