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Cartoonist Seth channels his inner cover boy Add to ...

Swedish retailer H&M announced this week that it’s preparing a line of clothes (“dark, urban”) inspired by Lisbeth Salander, the punky female protagonist of Stieg Larsson’s hugely successful Millennium trilogy. Since fashion can come from seemingly any source these days, we naturally wondered what would Seth do?

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The Canadian cartoonist, recipient this weekend of the $10,000 Harbourfront Festival Prize, certainly knows his haberdashery, as evidenced by his own stylish retro attire and that of his comic characters. We asked the creator of the newly released Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists to concoct a men’s line (“natty, classic”) inspired by such Seth creations as Simon Matchcard and George Sprott.

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