In her first real world presentation after winning TV’s “Fashion Star,” Kara Laricks was inspired by late Twenties Japanese matchbox covers producing a great lineup of graphic cuts and sharp edges in a color palette of mostly red, white and black.

In her first real world presentation after winning TV’s “Fashion Star,” Kara Laricks was inspired by late Twenties Japanese matchbox covers producing a great lineup of graphic cuts and sharp edges in a color palette of mostly red, white and black.

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