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3.1 Phillip Lim
Got a craving for sherbet? Phillip Lim offers a quick fix by taking a sweet approach to spring colors with delicate raspberry, creamsicle, and lemon sorbet separates. Pants slit up the sides are especially appealing considering the Indian summer we're currently having in NYC. Perhaps we could borrow them now to keep from melting into fall.
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Nicole Miller mixed two parts Saved By the Bell with one part Speed Racer and a just a splash of skater boy (note Bam Margera was on the front row — random!). Yet the color scheme and luxe fabrics made it all so perfectly fun and modern. ("When I wake up in the morning and my mom gives out a warning…" this colorful print riot is better than a shot of espresso.)
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Richard Chai Love
Sweet! Looks like pajama dressing has staying power. Richard Chai sexes up a matching silk rose printed ensemble with sexy shoulder cut-outs.
Courtesy of Wes Gordon
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At Wes Gordon, it was hard to decide who was more adorable, the collection or the baby-faced designer himself! Since I can’t take him home with me I’ll settle for this sweet Lurex pant and creamy blazer combo. It looks a lot like love.
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