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Designer pick of the week: Modernist

By Andrea Thatcher on October 2nd, 2007

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UK label Modernist made their runway debut during London Fashion Week. The designers behind the label, Sierra Leon-born Abdul Koroma and Brit Andrew Jones, formed the brand in September of 2005 for the Fashion Fringe competition, held every year in England and showcasing four emerging talents. The ready-to-wear collection consisted of neutrals in nylon, tulles, and even swim wear jersey, some bare midriffs made an appearance, and the lines were Grecian meets sportswear. The line is available at Ahn Ann in New York City at 961 Madison Ave.

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Duro Olowu collection at London fashion week

By Andrea Thatcher on September 26th, 2007

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On Tuesday September 18th, British designer Duro Olowu showed his second-ever runway collection during London fashion week. The Nigerian-born designer created a collection of bell-sleeve trapeze dresses, gingham blouses, busy prints, ruffled necklines, and jade, jade, jade. The collection was pulled together nicely and very consistent, but the clashing prints on some items aren’t for everybody and it’s more likely the nicely tailored jackets and pants will sell to a wider audience.

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Coming Soon: Alice Temperley for Target

By Andrea Thatcher on August 23rd, 2007

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London-based designer Alice Temperley first introduced her feminine frocks to the English runway in 2003. By the time she debuted in New York in the spring of 2006 she already had a following in America. For her Target Go International collection coming to stores September 16th, Temperley created interpretations of her fall 2007 ready-to-wear collection, using the same gray, black, white, and blue palette, high Victorian necklines, and floppy bow accents, while making the clothing more everyday wearable and, of course, a lot more affordable.




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