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Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Undercover Necklace


I've always loved Undercover because of it's theme is always twisted "but beautiful". For example, take a look at this Undercover necklace. A skull with a bunny beanie is a pretty cool but ironic thing.


Undercover X Trash Skull Necklace.



Undercover X Hysteric Glamour Brace.

via [Cliff Edge]

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