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Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Fall 2009

Darlings, let's start the week off with some whimsy, shall we?



And "whimsy" (along with "eye candy") is the best possible description for Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's surrealist-inspired Fall 2009 collection, presented in Milan.

Agatha de la Ruiz Prada has received several awards in Spain including the Arts Gold Medal Award by the Ministry of Culture for bringing Spanish fashion and culture to other countries. She's known for her brightly colored designs with her signature childlike motifs of moons, stars, suns, and hearts. She also designs furniture, houseware, and clothes for men and children. She has stores in several cities in Spain, Milan, Paris and New York.

Is this stuff particularly wearable? No, but it's fun and let's face it, sometimes the fashion industry really has a stick up its ass, so kudos to her for being so joyous about it.
























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This is what I don't get about the wilder side of the fashion industry. These costumes (they're not in any way "clothing") are fun and silly and eye-catching, but what is the point of seeing this show? Do buyers go just to be amused? Does it serve to give some publicity to the fashion house, so their actual lines of clothing get to be seen somewhere else? Is there a client base for corn cobs on one's boobs? I don't know why so much work is put into something that is totally spent in a ten-minute show.

I get something over-the-top like Alexander McQueen, because those designs can be translated into ready-to-wear, but a picnic tablecloth with giant bacon and eggs? How does that turn into clothes that people will wear?

I'm not trying to snark, I'm really curious how that works.


With a teensy bit of editing, I think that yellow dress with the ants is wearable.


Now this is how you do whimsical, Blayne.

I had wanted to see this collection ever since Yahoo! had one of the egg dresses as a featured photo, but they didn't list the designer.

~Katie


You know what? I love these. I would even wear a couple of them. the playful, imaginative spirit is executed well and the colours are so vibrant.


I want the piano dress.


Mariana (The Unoriginal)

Oh my god I want that cup hat. Love this, Tlo! thanks!!!


I think her designs are fabulous and they remind me so much of all the joy I experience every time I go to Spain. She is HUGE in Spain and it looks like she's having fun with her designs. Only you bitches to have a post about Agatha de la Ruiz : )


" Anonymous said...

Now this is how you do whimsical"


YUP.


The coat with the green pants and the last dress (particularly the skirt) are stunning.


I love the pink "brick" hose.


Crazy but fun.


Ha ha ha ha!
Baguette hat!
Awesome.


To hell with wearable clothes...most of the so-called WEARABLE shit out there make my eyes bleed. At least this collection brought a smile on my face! Some of these dresses with some editing and a wee bit down scaling could work wonders for the masses. Got to say love the upside down Umbrella dress...the rain drops effect is very eye catching


I totally love that yellow onesie-suit thing!


I loooove the umbrella skirt.


I LOVE!
Well, maybe not everything, but much.


Salvador Dali would have been in heaven looking at this collection.

-Katie


Love!
I'd wear the cello dress for sure!


Perfect start to the week! Thank you, TLo!

There were a couple that were rather intriguing and the rest were just whimsical enough to make me grin.


How fun!! I LOVE the yellow ant dress. Too cute!
Thanks, TLo, for a great Monday morning pick-me-up!!!!!


What a great way to start the work week! I don't see much wearability but surely that isn't the point of this collection. Besides, who know eggs could be so cute as an accessory? My boyfriend would really love those blue pants with the puckery lips... but that's another story....!


I am sooooo in love with the tights she had the models wearing. Where can i get them?


She should design circus costumes (and I mean that as a compliment).

But you boys buried the lede here: The big story here is, it looks like Cousin It came out (and just in time for Philly Pride).

--GothamTomato


I bet Swinton wears the piano dress.


Great costumes.

The piano dress is somewhat wearable.

Expect Kate Hudson to show up on the red carpet wearing it.


I love this as art. I reminds me a lot of what my 7 year old granddaughter designs for her Barbie. It's just plain fun, and it makes me smile.


HAIR! ON A DRESS! Woo hoo!

There is a proud tradition of Spanish surrealism. This comes close to capturing it.

I'm not a fan of the puffy hearts and kisses, but I do love the pinecone skirt and...cocoon, frock, whatever that roundish thing was.

This is the sort of show that would probably have made Hedda Lettuce cry tears of joy.


CanIGetYouAnything?

Fucking awesome!!! Spain rocks!!!!


Thanks for putting a big smile on my face with that post! I am loving me the red piano keyboard dress. And I laughed out loud with the upside down umbrella/raindrops!

I would consider wearing the piano dress. Not any of the others, though.


WOW! I was not expecting that at all. SO MUCH FUN. The pine cone skirt is almost haute couture, no?


"Salvador Dali would have been in heaven looking at this collection.

-Katie"

I think Salvador Dali is in heaven looking at this collection and smiling!

Love the shoes, too.


The tights ARE. TO. DIE. FOR. MUST. HAVE. THEM. NOW.


Patrick - You can see how this translates into ready-to-wear by clicking on her name above (links to her website). IMHO, her ready-to-wear line looks cheapo.


Hilarious! You can really see the inspiration: Man Ray, Dali, and Miro. Eggs, ants, crutches, bright colors - so much fun!


The ant dress is freaking fabulous
: )


Looks like we have Halloween taken care of.


I would wear the shit out of that piano dress.


I admit to loving the dress with the three heart coming out of the skirt - the one you need a walking stick for.

But one thing I'd really like to know, and I say this with NO snark, is, if that dress came down the PR runway, what would you guys say? What is really the objective criteria for judging the line between "witty" and "ugh"?

If Wendy Pepper had send the eggs down the runway, would we all have thought it was fun and fashion-forward? If this was a PR final collection, what do you (TLo) think you would say about it?

I really do love it - I'm just wondering if I love it in context, do you know what I mean?


"Anne said...

I admit to loving the dress with the three heart coming out of the skirt - the one you need a walking stick for.

But one thing I'd really like to know, and I say this with NO snark, is, if that dress came down the PR runway, what would you guys say? What is really the objective criteria for judging the line between "witty" and "ugh"?

If Wendy Pepper had send the eggs down the runway, would we all have thought it was fun and fashion-forward? If this was a PR final collection, what do you (TLo) think you would say about it?

I really do love it - I'm just wondering if I love it in context, do you know what I mean?"



If the challenge was to design something fun, whimsical and inspired by Dali or something these would've been perfect.

I think the difference here is that Agatha knows what she is sending down the runway. She knows it's silly, she's having fun. A delusional PR designer (hi, Blayne) would think this is totally wearable and the best design ever.


Lots of fun. I didn't just smile, some of them made me laugh.

But, I was wondering pretty much the same as Patrick, how does this work into the larger enterprise - it is an expensive undertaking with, I'm guessing, little direct revenue in return.

But after looking at her website, it makes sense. The goods on offer, though presumably of higher quality, have an aesthetic (for me) falling somewhere amid Target Juniors, Etsy-craftwares and the sort of hip local children's-wear boutique which is opened by young women in their late twenties/early thirties and usually closes (or moves online) within two years.

A show like this anchors the goods in an intellectual and high-end environment, which I imagine "supports the brand" (shudder) as my marketing friends might say.


So she has a regular line? I would like to know more about the whole fashion show concept. We see these outrageous concoctions walk down the runway and nobody would ever wear them. So how does it work? There is a ready to wear line being shown in another building? The object of the ham and eggs dresses is to have fun and convince the buyers to view the ready to wear line?

(the hair dress - sigh, where is Chris March these days. I miss him!)


FUN! FUN! FUN!

Thanks, TLO!!!!!


I just followed the link to her store and I LOVE her children's clothes.


Fashion as art, fun :). Bravo to the models who smiled while walking down the runway. These are definitely not "serious model face" clothes.


You know, I looked at the teaser photo, thought "Good lord, she looks like a Christmas tree!" and clicked through prepared to snark.

Surprise!I kind of love this, especially the piano dress and the birdcage skirt.

I must admit to giggling at how yonic (sp?) some of the pieces were though, especially the lip pants and the umbrella dress...

Thank you for posting!


If you live in NY you can check out her store. Lots of fun.

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
135 Wooster St., New York, NY 10012
at Prince St.


I love the tights! I think the designs are generally great and very fun, some even wearable (in certain contexts), but a bit twee in places.


Actually, I could totally see Tilda Swinton wearing the red one with the white keyboard going down the front.


In regards to the comments about the point of a surreal show if ones ready-wear line is much more mundane:

It's often been the thing I see with my artistic friends that you have the art you do to get food on your table, and then you have the art you do because it is what you love to do. Most of my artist friends would love to do nothing but the art they want to do...but more often than not they are going to end up doing the art they are getting paid to do.

When I see a show like this, I always feel its the designer saying "ok. I've done a bunch of stuff to pay the bills. Now I get to do something I want to for fun."

But that's just me.


funny how everybody likes the piano dress, see, i love the ant dress and the blue pants with the red lips i think they're hot


Seriously, where can I get those tights? They're awesome.


Hahahahaha. Is that a baguette on their heads? Love it!


LOVE.

That reverse-umbrella is genius. And the tights are universally fabulous.


Well the show was very amusing and I am certain that I will return to the pictures more than once today.
But it reminds me of an unsupervised student show in more ways than one. The fabrics look cheap and the some (but not all ) of the color combinatations are jarring. Some of the constuction looks "home-made" as well.
That being said some of the accesories like hats and tights are charming. I can see a market for this in home accessories more than anything else.


LOVE the rainbow hair dress, very Dr. Seuss. LOVE the tights, and I hope there is a huge and long-lasting trend for color on legs. LOVE the whole sense of playfulness. Wish she had let the models smile -- how could they not?


I like the tights, too. I would wear those.

I can see alot of these looks translated into accessories. The bright colors and the motifs...she already has one clutch bag with an egg on it. I would buy it right now, if I could afford it.

I got a kind of surreal Alice in Wonderland vibe from this collection, but really fun, not dark and "off with her head". Just the fun and whimsy of a fairytale.

Thanks for posting, I really enjoyed all the colors and it made me grin.

Although, look out! You just know Katie Perry is going to photographed soon in one of these, probably about 3 sizes too small for her.


this post made my day! thank you! i forwarded it to my friends, i think anyone with a whimsical child-like side can appreciate these fabulous clothes... the umbrella outfit took my breath away


I love all the bright colors. They always make me smile.


Miss Frizzle wore a similar ant dress on a Magic School Bus episode.

My daughter would absolutely wear the violin dress. As a sweater though.


"SONGER said...
the umbrella outfit took my breath away"


I agree, I love the raindrops too : )


I'd love to model these. so much fun.


Thank you TLo for showing something creative and different. Bjork should be sitting in the front row for this show. The yellow pantsuit w/the hearts, the cello dress, the umbrella suit w/the gorgeous blazer, the powder blue knitted dress can all be used in some way. Showing these clothes to someone not in fashion is my problem. "Who would ever wear that???!!!" as they show the photos to their friends and laughter from everyone would follow. The fug girls would also viciously attack it as well. We need a sense of humor in these times. But in a appreciative way like we do w/Moschino.

-Frances


hee, love the katy perry comment.

if you look at the agatha ruiz de la prada store web site, you'll see funny, fun pet beds and pet carriers. i've stopped by the store in nyc just to fondle the kids' clothes -- so adorable and witty but also comfortable and real-world for actual children.

presumably the pret-a-porter is a calling card for her regular-people retail business.


Patrick
4/27/09 9:57 AM This is what I don't get about the wilder side of the fashion industry. These costumes (they're not in any way "clothing") are fun and silly and eye-catching, but what is the point of seeing this show? Do buyers go just to be amused? Does it serve to give some publicity to the fashion house, so their actual lines of clothing get to be seen somewhere else? Is there a client base for corn cobs on one's boobs? I don't know why so much work is put into something that is totally spent in a ten-minute show.

I get something over-the-top like Alexander McQueen, because those designs can be translated into ready-to-wear, but a picnic tablecloth with giant bacon and eggs? How does that turn into clothes that people will wear?

I'm not trying to snark, I'm really curious how that works.
Patrick,
I clicked on her name and the website sells very wearable inexpensive tops, dresses, and skirts, simple shapes- screen printed and appliqued with quirky fun designs. If I had to make a guess I would say this show might be launching a line of tights and undergarments, which look like they fit in with her other merchandise and are completely wearable and manufacturable.


A worthy heir to Schiaparelli! I really like her sense of color and wit.


Someone above posted about an Alice in Wonderland vibe - it seems that the entire collection is based on Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. From the "Cheshire Cat Smile" and "Mad Hatter" and "Humpty Dumpty" dresses to the birdcage designs (Tulgey Wood bird) and Tweedledum (or Tweedledee) inspired outfits to the abundance of hearts - all seem to cry out Alice. Check out these sites for comparison (first is Disney Alice pics - second Sir John Tenniel illustrations):

http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/alice2d.html
http://www.johntenniel.com/art.php?min=0&max=10000000


The umbrella dress looks like she has fish jumping out of her snootchie...giggle! Such fun!


These made me smile hahaha
I want one.


This is absolutely hideous. It looks like a student made this collection - it looks cheap and poorly made. I think it has potential, but honestly, I don't think it's over the top enough to really look good. It's just too literal. Sure, make an egg dress, but make the fabric entirely white and maybe have a big splotch of yellow for the yolk. Don't make a fabric egg. Honestly... this collection is amateur.

On a positive note, I liked the piano dress... and that's about it.


There is some seriously amazing garment construction going on here...a few of the jackets are very wearable, maybe without the giant hearts/lips/bacon, but beautifully constructed.


I could totally see Swinton wearing the jacket/green pants combo. Amazing!


I could see Tilda Swinton rocking that piano dress. The Cousin It dress made me gasp out loud in shock. The only thing that I like on the entire runway were the awesome tights the models were wearing.


honesty.not.pc

The umbrella dress is awesome. What a cool Halloween costume that would make. I wish I could see it moving down the runway with those rain drops.


I want the egg purse ... I want the egg purse ... please, please!!


Oh this is great !! My daughter lives next door to Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's store in New York !! Always amazing things to see there !! Thanks for the post.


Bjork should buy and wear the whole line! Fun, easily adaptable to a more "wearable" garment (Can you imagine an adorable A-line skirt covered with those eye-popping flowers? Or, something...almost anything...using a bit of that cool honeycomb effect?

Very fun, bright and whimsical...and those three words get thrown around a lot, but here they actually apply.


Blue's Clues


I can't possibly think of anything I love more than fashion + Dali.

<3 So much love for this designer!


too many cats

The three dimensional fabric with the thousands of half cups on it....do you know if it's orginal to her, or where it might be bought?


I really like the tights. Really, really. I would wear them, even.


Hair. Where have I seen that before? And who hated it?? Oh, yes, the Project Runway gang, hated, hated, hated, Chris March's use of hair. I wonder what they would say about this use of hair!


There's a Project Runway gang?


thank you for posting this. I would wear all of these, any day! Especially the tights. Where do they sell these clothes???


Thanks for this fun look, TLo!

I love the overall colors and shapes and gee-gaws and it wouldn't be difficult to translate most to RTW.

(Would it be fairly easy/cheap to re-create the cut-cup fabric that looks like packing material?)


lucadrina
4/27/09 10:13 AM I totally love that yellow onesie-suit thing!


I agree! That and the piano dress I could see being wearable.

Its just a fun, silly thing, but some of it can be adjusted for the retail market. Think knits instead of the waffle-weave stuff and someone could pull it off.

SisterZip


These make me smile. :)


Fun stuff on her website & a sale, but unfortch the online store isn't working now! Boo. There's a dotted/striped longsleeve Tee I want NOW.

Wouldn't Shelley O look fab in this dress?

http://www.agatharuizdelapradastore.com/store/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=135

Minus the hat, o' course.


what a fun treat! thanks so much for posting! obsessed with the baguette hats, omg!


Very Cute - not something I would wear but again some were very cute. With a Tiny bit of editing some of the stuff is wearable


I got lots of great ideas for my next Carnival outfit. Thanks :-)


another laura

I really love the very shiny tights/hosiery/whatever you want to call them. I don't know why, but I do. And many of these are just so fun and fabulous - my fave I believe is the upside-down umbrella with the blue drops flying off it. Hahahahaha!

But there are things that are not fabulous. And I call bullhockey on the leotard with the heart pasties. It looks unworthy of the rest of the rest of the show.


Spring said...

Miss Frizzle wore a similar ant dress on a Magic School Bus episode.
****************************

That we have references to Alexander McQueen, assorted PR designers, Salvador Dali, Man Ray, Miro, the Tenniel illustrations for Alice In Wonderland, Schiaparelli, and Miss Frizzle, (leaving out the references to possible wearers of the garments) all in response to one show is one of the reasons why this blog is so entertaining.


Oh, wait, how could I leave out Cousin It?


I love every single pair of tights. Event the shiny purple ones.


"Anonymous said...

I love every single pair of tights. Event the shiny purple ones."


Me too. I really want to buy them.


Great post, guys. You bitches never fail : )


" Laura said...

With a teensy bit of editing, I think that yellow dress with the ants is wearable."


I agree. I love it. It's actually my favorite.


I bought a pair of rain boots for my daughter and she loves them. Great stuff for kids.


I'm overwhelmed. I have to go back and look at every picture again. Perfect post for a bright, sunshiny day.


LaFemmeFataledeNY

The piano dress is my favorite. Did you guys notice that the models is acting like she's actually touching and playing the keys? Fabulous!!


Heidi should wear one of these for Halloween.


FashionFanatic said...
I love the pink "brick" hose.

Do you think it's an homage to Pink Floyd, Another Brick in the Wall?

And while we're at it, Rihanna's Umbrella dress is just too cute!

My absolute fave is the Red Grand Piano . . . wonder if Sir Elton would don it as a dare, red nose day perhaps! :)


Now this is how you do whimsical, Blayne. And THIS is how you do Salvador Dali meets Holly Golightly... the blue hand dress? The dress made of flowers? The plushy coat? I could see how a lot of these elements could be adapted to a very fun and funky streetwear. What a blast.

(other) Kate


Augh.

No.

Look: I think this is one of the things where there is a difference between reputation and actual aesthetic value of the clothes (however you interpret that.) One of the things that TLo criticizes people for (and I think correctly) is being too literal (see Starr's tumor-dress.) These clothes are too literal, for me. Is it fun? Sure, in the way that bad movies can be fun too if you need an escape. But that doesn't make it less of a bad movie.

These are not pleasing clothes. I'm all for crazy-fashion and crazy-themes in fashion (see: Alexander McQueen Fall 2009), but this is just not valuable. Too literal.


i must say that some of these outfits have lady gaga written all over them...


I would totally walk around with a baguette on my head and fried eggs on my hips.


I would wear any one of these things, even if it got me committed. I looooove them. Thanks for introducing such an awesome designer to us all!


The one that looks a little like a dresser with heart-shaped handles reminds me of the Red Queen from those classic illustrations for Through the Looking Glass. In a surprisingly good way.

Now I'd like to see Tilda Swinton wearing it...


Is it Dr. Suess appreciation week?


Unless I missed it, I'm surprised nobody made the sophomoric "mustache ride" comment...???

Because let's face it, that was the first thing I thought of when I saw that dress!


I think the dress with the drawers is quite literally inspired by/copied from a Salvador Dali sketch.


fashionablylate

I completely agree with Patrick, these are costumes, not clothing. And some of it is very poorly constructed. However, I love the tights, and the shoes are gorgeous. I would happily wear both.


About people wondering what the 'point' of these shows is..shows with over the top clothing like this and couture rarely make any money, not even for houses like Chanel or designers like Alexander Mcqueen. Actually, they're expecting to lose money with these shows and anyone buying any of those dresses is great, but not what they're after. That's why the designer can go all the way and can let all of his-sometimes crazy-ideas run wild, because it doesn't have to be sold.

The actual point of the shows is to show the creativity and show what they can do. How many of you searched what this lady has in her ready to wear collection? This show is a giant commercial for her, what she's about and if people want it but can't afford or want to wear these dresses, they can buy her ready to wear stuff or stick their kid in them. Same with for example Chanel and their perfumes. Loved the creativity and beauty of that couture show but can't afford to buy the clothes or wouldn't know where you'd wear them? Buy some perfume and you have some of the Chanel experience anyway(sounds crazy but it works). And with the money they make from their perfumes, bags and clothes, they can let their designer run wild again for a new couture show. It's a creative way of advertising.

It is true though that sometimes they actually lose money with these shows that they can't get back through their other ventures, just because couture(not saying this is couture)is so expensive..but I'm glad it still exists and people like this designer do stuff like this.

Liked the show, btw. Reminds me a little of Viktor&Rolf, except in a Spanish way..


These aren't clothes you appreciate as stylish or fashionable but, my, they look extremely fun and I can appreciate the concept from an entirely artistic point of view. (;


no!

to me they all look like rejects from who-ville


Er... I don't understand the champagne-colored gown with the pink vertical things. Crutches?


i'm spanish. glad you like it. i don't. its the typical spanish all over again. she's famous here. she's been designing since the 80s. a rich girl designing "crazy" clothes. as another post says, she only uses this show to sell, not perfumes, but stationary, blankets, towels... even tiles! i think is very clever. but here in spain we don't like her at all (well, the stationary and towels have lots of fans). her shows don't even have much presence in the fashion magazines.i've heard she doesnt design at all, she only says: it's not agatha enough!!! all the time...
maybe for you looks fresh and new. have a look to her past collections. it's-all-the-same. i think creating fresh wearable clothes is more difficult than putting a fried egg and a bread stick on the top of the model.


>>Is it Dr. Suess appreciation week?


I'd say more like Salvador Dali appreciation week. :)


I enjoy this collection; no, it's not wearable (actually the yellow dress with ants I could maybe go for, hehe), but it is bright and fun and makes me happy. :)


fashionablylate

Anonymous 8:24 am said "i think creating fresh wearable clothes is more difficult than putting a fried egg and a bread stick on the top of the model."

I wholeheartedly agree.


So this is where Katy Perry gets her clothes


Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.


That bird-cage one: Chobits cosplay. [I have an art book with Freya wearing almost that outfit.]

The yellow satin one with pink bits? Ouran High School Host Club Cosplay, with a side of pink pool noodles. Complete with being made out of crappy satin by a noob cosplay effect.

Also: I think Pyramid Head might approve of that giant 'I'm wearing my underwear drawer' outfit.


Oh the art nerd in me LOVES this collection. Mostly because Dali is one of my favorite artists. And I know some people where wondering about all the crutches. Dali used these a LOT in his art (most of the time as a reference to his, uh... impotence). Some of thise I can actually see taken directly from some Dali paintings, the names of which don't come to mind.


Also, Salvador Dali was kicked out of the Surrealest Movement for being too commercial :)


You know what cracks me up about this show? The models oh-so-serious faces going down the runway. Really? They should have been told to have fun with it...ala Betsey Johnson.


Agatha is my favorite designer EVER! And I think that watching runway shows is always a matter of getting inspired, catching an atmosphere, no matter whether it is Agatha or Dolce & Gabana. And hoenstly, if I wanted to wear something "outthere" I would choose Agatha and her positive spirit over anyone else I have ever come across. The clothes and shoes you can actually buy to wear is still very different and eyecatching, but it generally makes people smile WITH you! Hats of for Agatha; I LOOOOOOVE very single item (clothes, shoes, boots, handbags, perfumes and kids clothes)I have bought and I keep coming back!! (Just a tip; if you like Agatha, check out Spanish disegual; they've got some erally nice stuff too!)


OMG, this stuff is awesome. Why the hell are the models sporting model-pouts? They are wearing the actualization of the international concept of fun, for pity's sake! Completely ridiculous and hilarious and wonderful. It's a fabulous living cartoon. I now officially love Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.


Oh my fucking god no!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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