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Nina Peter's Knucklewarmers-Glovelets at Opening Ceremony

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We not sure we can explain the who, what, where, and why of Nina Peter's glovelets, but there's something mesmerizing about their gaudiness. Remember when the real Helmut Lang did hand accessories and knuckle-bands just before he left his label? And remember when glovelets (hello, Karl, we're talking to you) were all the rage three years ago? Are these the first horsemen of the 2010 hand-accessory revival?
· Nina Peter's d1/jewel/10 knuckleduster + jewel, $160
Nina Peter's c3/studs short glove + studs, $220
· Nina Peter's c3/jewell/10 short glove + jewels, $260