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My Little Pony Ruled Paris Fashion Week in Manish Arora's Spring Collection

Manish Arora, master of psychedelic streetwear, apparently discovered bronyism for Spring 2017, because the entire collection he showed in Paris Thursday was centered on the ever-beloved My Little Pony, appended with the hashtag #manisaroralovesmylittlepony. And it must have been official, too, because his kooky doll approach got the cosign both with Ponies on the clothes and Ponies for every attendee.
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