This time last year we were blown away by the cuteness and cheekiness of parisien fashion designer, Nicole Locher. Trend Hunter covered her line of 'Embroidered Profanity'. In short, her collection consisted of the cutest little tops, with the naughtiest messages embroidered onto them.
Now she is back with a new collection. The new styles include new embroidered texts, such as 'I Aint Your F***ing Sweetheart', 'Little Slut', 'Don't You F***ing Look At Me'. You can also find the most popular pieces of last years collection, like 'Will F*** For Shoes', 'I Love Porn', 'I Hate Children'.
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