The Dead Meat Fall/Winter 2012 Collection is Camotastic

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: Mar 3, 2012 • References: facebook &
The Dead Meat Fall/Winter 2012 collection features clothing that was inspired by pictures. The photos look like they were taken with a low-grade camera, which only adds to the theme of the outfits.

All of the models have their entire bodies camouflaged, including their faces -- one model even has an image of John F. Kennedy draped over his head. Another is cloaked in orange tiger camo, which would be the ideal outfit for roaming through a jungle.

The role of clothing is often to tell a story, and that's exactly what The Dead Meat Fall/Winter 2012 collection does. A picture is worth 1,000 words, but a suit made out of pictures is worth 1 million. Stats for Picture-Cloaked Clothing Trending: Older & Popular
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