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By Amanda Jakubik - 19 Sep 2012
Against the backdrop a Southbank graffiti covered skate park, Thomas Tait presented sleek, architectural shapes in white, acid green and cobalt blue.  The luxe, skater inspired collection featured short-skirt hybrids, cocoon coats, superfine gauge knit tees and space age boots; all the girls were styled to appear in Tait’s likeness.  Loving the vests in the […]
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By Guest Blogger - 19 Sep 2012
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin Inspired by Ukrainian painter Zinaida Lihacheva, Jean Pierre Braganza’s designs for S/S 2013 were strikingly bold, yet inherently feminine.  Praised for his uniquely tailored garments and structured silhouettes, the Canadian born designer strayed slightly from his signature looks with the inclusion of wide sleeves and relaxed hems.   Lihacheva’s influence […]
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By Guest Blogger - 19 Sep 2012
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By Michele Llanos - 19 Sep 2012
Another relatively new brand, Erdem, has shown us that talent comes in many forms. Erdem Moralioglu loves to put colors, textures and shapes together that are not supposed to gel, this rebelliousness a testament of his genius when looking at his finished product, mismatched, unconventional yet ladylike and very chic.  Moralioglu’s technical prowess is one of […]
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By Katrina Tan - 19 Sep 2012
Only her third year in the ready-to-wear fashion game, and she’s already nailed down a “Mary Katrantzou look”: hyper-colorful prints and palettes that seem to pop out from the clothes themselves. This Spring/Summer 2013, however, Mary decided to show something a bit different. Turning away from the bodycon and corset silhouettes of her last collection, […]
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By Amanda Jakubik - 19 Sep 2012
Having only launched her brand 2 years ago following her terrific Central St. Martin’s collection, Simone Rocha is quickly rising to the top, bolstering a buzz that put her on her game this season.  Her S/S 2013 collection elaborates on collections past. The ladylike air of prim collars, signature sheer paneling, and the schoolgirl sensibility […]