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Yes, yes, a thousand times yes to this Raschel jacket from Arpenteur. I'm always looking for garments that were seemingly designed to be worn while toiling in some sort of fashion-forward forced labor camp from the future. I'd rock this with a non-descript knit cap and gaze forlornly past the endless fences and their concertina wire coiffure, dreaming of freedom and a life beyond the camp. Between bouts of brutal beatings and daily broadcasts from the minister of propaganda, I'd pilfer some fertilizer and sneak off to cultivate my secret garden of dandelions, the symbol of our fledgling resistance group, "The Tooth of the Lion". Over time, the news would spread among the prisoners. Knowing nods, well-timed winks, weighty words whispered over bowls of maggoty greul. A revolution is coming. Crouching over my bed of contraband Taraxacum, I'd realize that something else was growing in the camp, something even more improbable than a flower garden: Hope -RB
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