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Downtown design trio Threeasfour lined up all their models at the top of the catwalk and sent them down the runway, one by one. "The pieces aren't overly conceptual; they can be worn, but they aren't for everyone. Indeed, they are for the future...or anyone who dares wear a bodysuit that makes an American Apparel one look like some shapeless, ill-made rag only fit to be used as a squeegee for washing the car," says our sister site. [Racked NY]