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 Lookbook is fast becoming my hub spot for instant fashion inspiration, if your a designer, working in the rag trade or simply wear fashion (thats pretty much all of you), its time for you to check out this site:  LOOKBOOK.NU It has strict rules for uploading photos, which means you the content is always going to be fresh, and the uploader is in the photo - so often you get to see the designer showcasing their wares. You can join up to upload your own looks, hype and fan others to keep in touch, and sometimes brands pitch competitions to bloggers through here.
These are my favourite looks that I hyped today:

I entered a look for the Volcommunity comp - you can vote for it here by clicking on the Hype key below

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