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Dear Secret Agents,

There’s no denial that it was harder than ever to distinguish between Secret Agents and the Fashion Police at the Jazz Age Lawn Party this weekend, our biggest mission of the year. There were so many missions underway and way too many double agents. But, I’m ecstatic to declare that the mission was a success. Secret Agents of the Colour Revolution outnumbered the Fashion Police by far.

Viva La Colour Revolution! Down with the Fashion Police!

You were there and you didn’t know who is who? See tips below!

TIP 1: Secret Agents always wear vibrant colours.

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TIP 2: Fashion Police were mostly in black, or they were being in disguise by doing black and white.

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TIP 3: Secret Agents used parasols to send messages to each other and signal where to meet. Fashion Police used their mobile phones. Check out the guy below, he’s dressed in Tru’ Revolution colours, but we knew he’s a double agent. A true Secret Agent would not be using a phone.

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TIP 4: If you saw mixed couples, women dressed in colour men in black and white, it was not a coincidence. Tru’ Revolution women have been seducing the Fashion Police men to extract valuable information. The men look happy, but what do they know? They are clearly taken for a ride!

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TIP 5: Secret Agents were always on a Tru’ Revolution Watchdog Mission, always telling each other where the Fashion Police is. We even had Child Secret Agent working on the day! Also they were mostly barefoot! Those high heels are a drag when you’re running around!

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TIP 6: As always, top Secret Agents have the best camouflage. They look like they are part of the establishment. Our own Mata Hari was in the lawn, mingling with the Fashion Police dressed in Safari or part of the singing band. Who would suspect that?

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TIP 7: Were there any double agents? You bet! You know the tintype stand where Fashion Police rushed in to be photographed? You thought it was part of the festival, right? It was our double agent collecting Fashion Police data in the form of emails and credit cards used to pay. Do you also remember the jazz singer? You thought she’s just entertaining you? Well check out for yourself how she was spying in between singing!

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TIP 8: Last but not least, our best double agents were celebrities. You can’t go wrong if you’re camouflaged as yourself, right? While Josh Lucas was charming a Fashion Police agent just to gather information, Bill Cunningham was clearly spying on Fashion Police through his lens. How do we know they’re Secret Agents? Josh is wearing pastel colours while Bill is wearing blue, as always. He is our hardcore secret agent that does not even change his colour for anything or anyone. Viva La Colour Revolution!

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