The Hoarder

Ludivine Poiblanc
Fabien Baron

She lives in her own world, surrounded by the comfort of her possessions, a dark nostalgia, and romantic layers that cover the skin. She's a contemporary Miss Havisham, as modernity meets tradition and classically tailored coats and jackets meet exaggerated boots and enormous wedges, with protective covers of matt and shine. Here comes Pre-Fall.

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September 2014

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meshugunah

06/21/13 12:30am

As the adult child of a hoarder, I find this distasteful, to put it mildly! Those of us who've grown up in hoards find nothing glamorous or amusing about them. The reality is, clothes on a hoarder would be smelly, stained, and possibly tainted by mold or animal waste. Re-read the description of Miss Havisham - she was a sad figure - no glamour there at all. I suggest you think harder before using this sort of concept in the future!
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