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Japanese Folding Instructions

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So the Japanese have mastered a lot of things that maybe our feeble minds can't handle here in the good ol' USA. One of which is shirt-folding. I have tried this video at home in the morning and at night, sober and wasted (I thought it would be a cool party trick) but alas, it's not my bag.

Of course this never stopped me from buying more shirts or supporting new labels launching here in town for that matter. Which is why I'm excited that the newest one to cross my path is Kid Dangerous (Grime Couture) - a funky line for boys (I'm hoping they start a women's line soon too!). Wednesday night they are having their official launch party at the one and only King King. DJ Franki Chan will be spinning (early set by Larry Vision who I've met and is fantastic) and there is a art exhibit happening as well. Be there or be, well, square.

Tickets are available through Ticket Web and cost $12 in advance.