Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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have tartan cloth with varying thickness of the bands of colour,and the order in which they appear. not too random ,or it might merge into a mess . varying the angles may be harder. think --- maybe random printed/embroidered clothing ,for gibberish slogans ,or randomly stitched shirts; with sleeves and tails branching ot at odd intervals along other sleeves,made of different material. with these later clothes it can be up to the wearer how to wear it
technobadger, Jun 28 2001

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       Isn't this called 'haute couture'?
angel, Jun 29 2001
  

       Not sure about random branching of sleeves... Sleeves are in the position they are in cuz its functional as are most other elements of garments.
eve_604, Jan 16 2007
  
      
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