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April 2013: Check here to see Moscow men in crochet tassles and to read the funny comments:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/fashion/8504211/Moscow-Fashion-Week-gets-weird

Yarn-Bombing in a Tampax Ad: USStyle Magazine, April 2013
Helmut Lang-Vogue Feb 2013
Dolce Gabbana-Harper's March 2013
Nic & Zoe-Lucky March 2013
             
Valentino-Marie Claire: December 2012
                     

Alexander McQueen:Vogue: 11/2012
                           
Oscar De La Renta: looks like crochet
Vogue: 11/2012




Marc Jacobs $1800.00-Elle Oct 2012


DolceGabbana-Marie Claire-December 2012
Marc Jacobs-Vogue August 2012
Ralph Lauren, June 2012





Prada: April 2012

Crochet cartoon
Cristina Aguilera, 2009

SAK, 2009

Beyonce, 2004

Britney Spears, 2002


Kelly Clarkson, album cover, 2003

Madonna, Cover Rolling Stone, 1998





A Nail Polish ad, 1998
Harper's Bazaar, 1998
Cover necklace, Parenting Magazine, 1998

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