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Sunday, September 16, 2007
Future classics.

Keira Knightley in Atonement? No thanks, I'd rather watch the Prada-clad Deunan Kenute in a Japanese anime film. Miuccia Prada was so impressed with movie Appleseed in 2004, that she offered to design 2 couture pieces for the heroine in the sequel Appleseed: Ex-machina. It looks like Miuccia is looking to the future as this is the first time she has designed costumes for a movie. Are we looking to a future where animated characters will be better-dressed than people in real life? Two things are for sure, Prada clothes are going to get more action than they ever have before, while fans of the movie will be forking out a lot of cash to play dress-up.

Music being shared today:
Asobi Seksu - Citrus

Apathist Mix 4

Long before Rock 'N' Roll - Mando Diao

You drift away - The Postmarks

Hide Away - Midnight Movies

Roscoe - Midlake

Wherever I go - The Album Leaf

Love the virgins - Gliss

The Killer - The Starlight

The Robin's Jar - My Brightest Diamond

Lullabies - Headlights

Playing the Game - Am

Jessica - Kaki King

Through your Eyes - Nina Kinert

This is not a Test - Oppenheimer

Suitcase Calling - The Polyphonic Spree

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