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And what will the chic geek be wearing this season? asks Lucia de L'Astique, fashion correspondent.

Japanese couture house Onward Kashiyama's Palm Computing suit, of course. OK's limited edition two-piece features a breast pocket design to the exact specification's the best-selling 'pocket' computer, geddit?!?.

And because it fits so snuggly, the weight of Palm doesn't cause the pocket to sag, sweetie, darling.

It even comes bundled with one of Palm's absolutely divine m100s.*

Definitely couture at the "cutting edge of the new era", as OK's bunnies put it to over lunch at Tokyo's fabulous Inakaya restaurant, favoured by the finest among the sushi-and-sapporo set.

The ICB Suit//Palm Computing goes on sale in Japan on 10 March. And at ¥59,000 ($500) it's a mere 'snip', if you'll pardon my little punette, darlings. ®

*Plays the theme tune to TV's Clothes Show.

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