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MD 20/20 breaks down his mad style

Weekly Detroit street fashion.

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PHOTO BY MISS SHELA.
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MD 20/20 is a field researcher at the Atomic Gyration Institute. By night, a singer in two Detroit rock groups: Haf/Life and LSV, this guy loves everything to do with music, from writing, stealing, mixing, and creating. He also enjoys dangerous sports with engines, fixing old machines to go faster, and setting fires. He collects bones, bizarre medical equipment, and local Detroit industrial art. MD 20/20 also loves traveling to strange and unusual places and likes to howl at the moon. Besides all of this, he finds the time to volunteer in the city of Detroit. MD 20/20 has mad style, and his favorite places to shop for clothing are Showtime, Burlington Coat Factory, zappos.com, lip-service.com, and lucky13.com

Carved Dragon Ear Plugs … DV8 Body Art

(Commerce Township) … $80

Oakley Sunglasses … oakley.com … $120

Grimm Reaper Necklace … Las Vegas boutique … $180

Dragon Lip Service Shirt … Showtime … $75

Las Vegas Tank Top … Vegas burlesque show … $10

Wrangler Black Jeans … Kohl’s … $28

Mudflap Girl Belt … mall kiosk … $15

New Rock Boots … bought off a friend … $100

Skull Ring & Hematite Ring … 

2014 Michigan Renaissance Festival … $125

Silver Ring Mignon Faget in New Orleans … $80

Swatch Ring … gift from sister

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