As we have officially entered January 2010, the wonderful ready-to-wear collection promised by and previewed from Passarella Death Squad will be hitting stockists and providing fans with fresh sartorial options such as slim cut trench coats, supple drum-dyed lamb leather biker jackets, and just the right sleek button down. However, taking a trip back to what has made the brand what it is today, Passarella Death Squad continues to purvey their beloved graphic tees printed on soft-washed Japanese fabric. For those who know the label, Passarella Death Squad's provocative and slightly audacious sense of humor (who else would happily desecrate the innocent childhood icons such as Mickey Mouse and Doraemon with suggestive images of girls?). The label's Spring/Summer 2010 T-Shirt Collection takes a play on the classic childhood characters from Disney-- roll call for Pluto, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck...-- and layers the the most intriguing portions of girls' bodies from the exposed neckline to full lips, bedroom eyes and the fail-proof cleavage card under silhouettes of Disney characters. A collection of tried and true winning formula girls, toons and tees with names like "Can You Feel It?"-- it is difficult to not vibe with the tees once again.