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If You Have Misplaced Your Breastplate, Rodarte Has You Covered for Spring

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What everyone one loves about Rodarte is the thrilling imagination of designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy. This season, the sisters play make-believe in a kooky world of sexy chainmail, leather shoulder armor, and yes, breastplates. Kate told Vogue the inspiration was a "Medieval fantasy world," and it's one we're sure at least one Olsen sister is going to want to be a part of.

Rodarte footwear also appeared on the runway its sophomore season, to plenty of acclaim. As Teen Vogue's Eva Chen put it via Twitter, "Ridiculous Rodarte shoes that I of course want." She speaks for a lot of us. See it all after the jump.

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