Clutch Culture's summer collection 2012 is a dose of sunshine

Missed it? Here are some pretty photos to make you feel better.

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After a weekend and a half of dreary rain, the vitamin D (hereby known as vitamin daaaaamn) punch of Clutch Culture's sunny summer 2012 runway collection should bring you back up to normal happiness levels.

The two lines shown on Saturday night at FRED represented where designer Mo Handahu is at right now, 1998 featured styling reminiscent of the cooler part of that decade, with bold prints, oversized blazers, tight minidresses, laptop sized clutches, a couple of across-the-body chain straps and a very fun Robert Palmer vibe.

Wild Hearts focused on what Handahu calls the staple of her brand, African prints. Head scarves, body art, a compelling intro complete with dance and a line of gorgeous leather-accented bags and clutches.

Head to Handahu's blog, Curvy Geekery, to see more photos. Read more about Mo Handahu here.

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