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  • The Daily Front Row | September 11, 2017

    Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2018

    All the looks from the Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Stay tuned for the review…

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Jill Stuart Spring/Summer 2018

    Happy Birthday Jill Stuart! The label turned 25-years-old this season and to celebrate Jill Stuart turned to her archives, naturally. But Stuart stressed that these were not remakes—the archives simply served up inspiration for new designs. Stuart’s romantic designs with vintage appeal have always maintained a cool cachet. She serves up the kind of things

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Self Portrait Spring/Summer 2018

    Remember when this brand was mostly known for pretty lace going-out dresses? Neither do we. Han Chong is now specializing in statement pieces at beautifully unexpected prices, and his deeper foray into separates is a winning way to achieve world domination. Keep at it!

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Jonathan Simkhai Spring/Summer 2018

    Stripes: officially a thing. Jonathan Simkhai showed some of the coolest versions, as his were festooned with lace and cut into unexpected silhouettes. Especially loving his wispy dresses and strong-shouldered jumpsuits. Power dressing with the perfect dose of femininity!

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Dion Lee Spring/Summer 2018

    Dion Lee’s Spring collection was a study on the dichotomy of his life as a Sydney native turned New York transplant. The result? Tailored blazers came as one-shouldered tunics thrown over a pair of ‘90s-era black biker shorts. A chic white evening coat and matching dress were crafted to mimic the style of a denim

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Tibi Spring 2018

    Tibi’s Amy Smilovic just provided Spring’s newest power move: Suits with Bermuda shorts and vinyl corsets. Now that is quite an update to office attire and let’s face it…’80s Bermuda shorts have never looked cooler or more modern. Even jumpsuits got the suiting treatment. But for those looking for something softer, Tibi’s column dresses with

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 10, 2017

    Creatures of the Wind Spring/Summer 2018

    Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters were inspired by expansion this season for their show titled “Further.” That meant the expansion of ideas, which in the case of their clothing meant upcycling. There were new graphics printed onto vintage tees and sweatshirts and 1.7 million sustainable Swarovski Crystaldust adorned their collection. The dust is a by-product

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Nicole Miller Spring 2018

    For her Spring ’18 collection, Nicole Miller transformed the Gramercy Park Hotel rooftop into a Manhattan safari, replete with oversized plants, brush, and the NYC skyline. “We liked because it looked tropical. It was almost ready to go, even though we added a few installations,” Miller told us. Inspired by the film Mogambo—a

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 10, 2017

    Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2018

    With Jonathan Saunders at the helm, DVF is making some of New York’s most vibrant, democratic fashion. Bias-cut dresses, fur-trimmed outerwear, and fab florals are just a few of his most covetable ideas—we’re equally enamored with the fringed dresses and groovy accessories.

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2017

    Cushnie et Ochs Spring/Summer 2018

    Frida Kahlo’s life and art was the driving force behind Michelle Ochs and Carly Cushnie’s Spring 2018 collection. Never afraid to show some skin with their designs, cut-outs still had a presence, but less so, making room for a softer approach. The dresses were less body-hugging and the hemlines a tad longer, and bight florals

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