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Antipodium’s Spring 2010 presented us with women of all sizes, opening with Andrej (a modern day Marilyn) and ending with the voluptuous Tokyo (ala Beth Ditto). When asked why he used real, tattooed and curvaceous women in his show, designer Geoffrey J. Finch replied: “Because they have brains. It’s an interesting concept for fashion.”

Although nothing too original, the clothing presented consisted of cute tarot print skirts, magical forest prints, simple bleached denim dresses, cargo pants and baggy denim jeans and shorts. These clothes are not going to change the fashion world, they’re just perfect basics for spring through till summer.