Christian Westphal Spring 2010 Preview

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Published August 21, 2009

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Danish designer Christian Westphal will be showing his collection for the first time in Tokyo during October’s Japan Fashion Week. The upcoming collection is inspired by the German children’s book, The Shockheaded Peter. It’s far too early to give too much away, but the quirky collection does have a fun time exploring a child’s imagination, where nightmares are a reality and shapes know no bounds.

Pictures courtesy of Christian Westphal

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