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The Best Thing, Ever: 3.1 Phillip Lim Creates A Comic Book

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    Every person worth his/her fashion salt knows the transformative powers of a really, really awesome outfit — and when your outfit includes a cape and a lasers, well…it seems like Phillip Lim knows all about this phenomenon of transformation.

    The designer is putting out a comic book to celebrate the arrival of his fall '12 collection. Titled, Kill The Night, the 3.1. Phillip Lim comic book isn't just a lame attempt at geekdom — drawn by Jan Duursema (of Star Wars comic book fame) and co-written by Phillip Lim and John Ostrander (who authored Suicide Squad, Grimjack, and Star Wars: Legacy), the comic can stand on its own, even without the beautiful fall '12 3.1 Phillip Lim collection "costumes" (though those definitely don't hurt).

    Sign up at 3.1philliplim.com for a chance to receive a signed copy when you shop online and in-store during September 6's Fashion's Night Out. For a bonus, re-pin, -tweet, or -post your favorite 3.1 Phillip Lim image using the #killthenight hashtag to win a $3,000 shopping spree online. If that doesn't inspire you to leap over tall buildings, we don't know what will.

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