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If you liked the August issue of Burda mag
I think you'll like September....
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Date: 7/30/12 7:20 AM

Change the last digit...
(found on the Russian forums, already!)

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Date: 7/30/12 8:16 AM

It looks like a series of shots of children modeling and playing around.

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Date: 7/30/12 8:45 AM

Yes, the first 20 pictures or so are kids. I actually like the kids garments but the sizes are probably too small for my daughter (September always seems to be geared toward grade 1 kids.)

I might have to make this dress

and I love this look with the lacy skirt and sporty top : top & skirt

and this 60s style top
-- Edited on 7/30/12 8:55 AM --

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Date: 7/30/12 9:19 AM

I haven't seen all of them, but the girl's grey coat is too cute for words. Too bad my niece is still in diapers ... I may have to borrow someone else's daughter. Or stash the magazine for a couple of years !

Edit- now I've seen the pics and I like quite a few things. Some aspirational sewing (the mixed material dress, the pink suit, etc), some I may wear (the knife-pleat skirt - I had one like this a few years ago, loved it).
Quite a bit of déjà-vu, though (the 40's shirt dress, the Duro-like dress, the sleeved straight dress, one or two of the blouses ... )
-- Edited on 7/30/12 11:50 AM --

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Date: 7/30/12 4:32 PM

I love that Burda seems to have a point of view again. They seemed to go through a phase where they let their designs get very bland and inoffensive. Can't wait to see the lines drawings.

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Date: 7/30/12 5:47 PM

Merci, peaudane! Just what I need coming home after 1h30 in traffic.

Adult patterns start here (482)

The power of Burda is such that I need giant houndstooth in my life, like RIGHT NOW! (No, don't look at the thermometer!!! Just go with it) And herringbone tweed.

Still, I'm holding out, as always, for line drawings. Burda can be such a tease sometimes...

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Date: 7/30/12 6:14 PM

So far this looks like a great issue!

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Date: 7/30/12 6:16 PM

Quote: peaudane
Yes, the first 20 pictures or so are kids. I actually like the kids garments but the sizes are probably too small for my daughter (September always seems to be geared toward grade 1 kids.)



I might have to make this dress



and I love this look with the lacy skirt and sporty top : top & skirt



and this 60s style top
-- Edited on 7/30/12 8:55 AM --

Those are my favorites too. That dress is killer.

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Date: 7/31/12 2:55 AM

I wonder whether it's not two garments. You'll notice that there are two pics, one of the top up close and one of the whole dress.
That + the apparently flappy leather part + the similar shearling coat a few pics later without the flappy part = maybe it's a leather shrug (first pic) + a ponte dress (second pic).

Still, if the dress has the same lines than the coat, I'm game.
-- Edited on 7/31/12 3:01 AM --

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Date: 7/31/12 4:26 AM

I keep getting just a single picture when I click on everyone's links. Is it possible to link to a series?

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