Frances May

Featuring a thoughtful selection of separates from labels like Rachel Comey and Vena Cava for the ladies, YMC and Corpus for the boys, and his n’ her pieces by A.P.C., Frances May has a fresh yet enduring appeal. Accessories by Steven Alan and shoes by Rachel Comey are the finishing touches at this sophisticated shop. 1013 SW Washington Street
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fun with my bike

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chanel headband

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Poleci -

DELICATE CASUAL LA-based designers Diane Levin and Janice Levin-Krok, the design duo initially behind Poleci, have brought on the versatile Jeffrey Chow as head of design. This season, Chow's feminine pieces were influenced by intimates and activewear. Styling many looks with a simple bra beneath a printed cardigan or tailored jacket, Poleci brought a summery ease to this easy and ...
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Art Nouveau Photo Booth


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Space Age / New Age Styling

Following the stud invasion of the last few seasons, Acne Jeans is now taking metal embellishment to a new level. Acne's S/S 10 collection will include some space age armor styling thanks to their collaboration with up-and-coming London jewelry designer Husam El Odeh. The denim collection will include some sci-fi items like jeans featuring metal knee pads and jackets with ...
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Derek Lam -

DESTINATION SUMMER USA Inspired by Asbury Park, Rehoboth Beach and other East Coast summer destinations, Derek Lam used all-American 40s nostalgia for his S/S 10 collection. Stars-and-stripes prints on easy matte jersey dresses and knit blazers remained traditional in navy and white; pops of turquoise updated the palette. Cutaway slits and shirttail hemlines created petal-shaped slits for mini-length dresses and skirts. ...
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Manuel De la Cruz -

LIKE A PRAYER Emerging designer Manuel De la Cruz sought to create a "masculine man who is not afraid to be sexy and exquisitely different." His S/S 10 collection, named "Faith," was inspired by the art of the Catholic Church, specifically those he has visited in his native Guatemala. The neutral yet contrasting color palette of khaki, beige, pearl grey ...
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Binetti -

GLOBE TREKKER Diego Binetti announced his arrival this fashion week in dramatic style, with a series of looks embellished with bells and mirrors that provided both auditory and visual stimulation.  The designer always displays a worldly awareness in his work, and this season he found inspiration in his travels through Southeast Asia, mixed with visions of future exploration beyond.  Adapted from ...
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Rebecca Taylor -

GIRLY MEETS GLAM Rebecca Taylor is known for her print-centric, pretty Bohemian look, but this season she changed things up a bit, favoring a slightly edgier, more tailored aesthetic. Prints were still important and encompassed an easy-to-digest selection of scattered florals, nautical stripes and classic polka dots, often worn in the same ensemble. A smattering of ruffles balanced out sharp shoulders, ...
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DKNY -

CITY GARDEN Always keeping the urban girl in mind, Donna Karan straddled the line between playful and tough with her supremely wearable "City in Bloom" collection. Hitting all the key items from blazers to loose minidresses to biker shorts, the designer kept things decidedly on trend, pepping things up with painterly floral motifs, wide horizontal stripes, chalkboard daisies and doodle-inspired scribbles.  ...
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Tuleh -

ECLECTIC EFFECT Disentangling himself from his romantic floral obsession of the past few seasons, Tuleh designer Bryan Bradley seemed to have a fresh start this Spring. Although this collection was slightly less than cohesive, ranging from sporty striped hoodies to a bridal-centric closing, there was still a nice selection of Junior-friendly styles. Tiered ruffled party dresses and bow-front shorts looked effortlessly ...
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Herve Leger -

RUSTIC WRAP With a sea of minidresses, designer Max Azria reworked Herve Leger’s original body-conscious shapes in new materials and crafty techniques. Leger's signature hourglass silhouette continued to be achieved with elastic tape that wrapped the body with horizontal bands, but this time around the bands were printed with blurry grey shadows. Strips of denim in varying washes were criss-crossed, knotted ...
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Fashion’s Night Out

Retailers around the globe kept their doors open late last Thursday for the parties and sponsored events of Fashion's Night Out. Anna Wintour, the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue, conceived the idea to boost sales and promote the industry. New York City was a focal point for this worldwide occasion, as it was the kick-off to Fashion Week. Hipsters and fashion-lovers hit ...
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