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This series of being excited focuses on the emotional rendering of young generation. Multiple bright colors are grouped to reform classic items. This digital sci-fi style expresses the excitement of post-Y2K menswear. Porcelain and Pirate Black dominate all the categories. The pattern design of T-shirt follows the emotional concept of this topic.
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