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Sean Wildchild with Swarovski, Spikes, and Battle Ax

Fashion Breakdown: Helmet from San Francisco, DIY glasses with Swarovski crystals and steel spikes, black leather jacket from NY with added pieces from English teacher's sweater, epaulets are football shoulder pads, shredded shirt, and the cinch-waister used to be a corset. My pants are from Rick Owens, boots I have had since tenth grade. Battle ax is from Genitor Fetish (rock band), silver sheathes are authentic Mardi Gras festival accessories.
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