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Nick Cave's Soundsuits Featured in the September Issue of Vogue

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If an eight-page spread in one of the world's most renowned glossies is a quality measure, then the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) really had a good thing last year.

Nick Cave's soundsuits, featured exclusively during SMoCA's "Meet Me at the Center of the Earth," are pimped in a big way in the September issue of Vogue.

On newsstand now, the fall fashion edition showcases Cave wearing his curious creations as well as other fancy-pants wares from renowned designers like Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.

On September 10, Cave -- the fashion department chair of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago -- will be opening a soundsuit-centric pop-up shop on Chicago's south side that will also include this crazy-cool virtual store.

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