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If you're still looking to trump everyone's Carrie nameplate necklaces and monogrammed totes with something more personalized, consider taking a page out of Geren Lockhart's book. For her Spring 2011 collection, the designer behind Geren Ford made a dress with a print of scans of her own fingerprints. Geren changed the prints slightly in order to avoid identity theft, but we think we know the real reason they were altered: to avoid having to make the world's most awkward phone call to the bank. [Fashionista]