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Undercover's Jun Takahashi Builds Graces and Graphies in Paris

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To celebrate the impending launch of Undercover's Holygrace and Holygraphie fragrances, designer Jun Takahashi created Grace and Graphie creatures—they, um, are made of decontructed teddy bears and Dazed calls them "half-dog, half-alien fuzzy beings" that made their first appearance at the Undercover spring-summer 2009 presentation—at Paris' L'Eclaireur. Holygrace and Holygraphie hit stores in late May.
· Going Undercover [Dazed Digital]

L'Eclaireur

40 Rue de Sévigné 75003 Paris