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The Hit Maker by Rebecca Minkoff

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Our girl is a downtown romantic who likes to be discovered for her style and not the labels she buys

Designer Rebecca Minkoff told the world backstage before her Spring 2013 runway show in NYC. The newly released Spring 2013 Lookbook from Shopbop captures the essence of the “Minkette” perfectly; supermodel Heather Marks rocks out with up-and-coming indie boy-band “Wild Cub” in flirty festival dresses, denim shorty-shorts, crop tops, distressed leather jackets, and the quintessential colorful crossbody.

The collection was inspired by photographer Slim Aaron’s, whose work was focused on capturing “Attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places”. This nod to the jet-setting celebutante culture of the 1970’s is apparent throughout the collection; but with elements of modern day it-girl prevalent throughout. With pieces that can easily be mixed and matched a Minkette feels, and looks, just as at home in a charming Malibu beach cottage as she does in a swanky Manhattan rooftop bar.

The Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013 “The Hit Maker” Lookbook below with our DigitallyLUX shopping widgets featuring the latest from the designer.
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LadyLUX goes to Neiman Marcus for Target Exclusive, Join Us!

Dear Neiman Marcus + Target enthusiasts, live in Orange County? Join LadyLUX at Neiman Marcus Fashion Island Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 8 a.m. to shop the legendary one time #Holiday24 partnership.

Join our team at this exceptional event and be a part of the conversation, we’ll be there before the doors open. Tweet us at @ladylux #NMFI for insiders deets and follow along on Instagram at @msladylux.

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New Spring Collection at Shopbop from Heidi Merrick, Kelly Wearstler + More

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Kelly Wearstler, a successful interior decorator turned fashion designer, debuts a diverse collection of feminine, quirky and edgy designs. Wearstler creates a cool visionary with fun prints and trendy statement jewelry. LadyLUX also interviewed Kelly recently, read the Kelly Wearstler interview here.

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Mixing vibrant colors and sharp tailoring, Heidi Merrick creates a collection that combines a sophisticated aesthetic with a breezy California style. She produces her pieces eco-inclined as the entire line is manufactured within walking distance of her downtown Los Angeles design studio.

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Harvey Faircloth’s eclectic and colorful collection is perfect for the quirky fashionista. The woman behind the brand, Katie Hatch, is a former fashion editor at Blueprint and editor-in-chief and style director of Martha Stewart Weddings. Unafraid of mixing bold prints, she creates a line with a visual punch.

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Lookbook: MODLOVE

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Mod is back! A style that took flight in the mid 60’s is being reborn in a major way. Bold colors and simplistic designs make their way onto loosely fit blouses, high-waisted pants, and tailored dresses.

Marc Jacobs’ latest collection, recently featured on Shopbop, encapsulates the mod style perfectly. If you are looking to update your wardrobe, look no further! Show up to the office sporting this Miro silk sheer blouse with a fold-over satin collar and single button cuffs, or make a stunning entrance in this black strapless Ellsworth dress with a burst of peachy pink at your next cocktail party!

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Philipp Plein

Philipp Plein Fall 2012

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At Milan Fashion Week, the always-modern Philipp Plein revealed a high-energy glamorous collection that embraced a significant rock ‘n’ roll edge. There were no shortage of sexy, fitted silhouettes in an appropriately dark palette of black and gray with bursts of red for the Plein girl this season.

The talented designer zeroed in on the elements and materials that epitomized the theme and he wasn’t shy about mingling them to create lust-worthy ensembles. Plein incorporated tiger prints, snakeskin, raccoon tails, mixed furs and all separates possibilities in leather to create his foundation. A fierce tiger animal print appeared nonchalantly in flowing semi-sheer maxi dresses, while at the same time dominated a matching set in which the print included the tiger’s head and enveloped the top and stretchy leggings. Perfectly fitted leather pants and miniskirts made for easy blank canvases to pair with leopard print motorcycle jackets and sheer blouses or dramatic mixed fur jackets. Snakeskin was found in hints on jackets combined with fur but was most notably used in a pencil skirt and matching jacket as trim.

Plein’s collection was very well executed considering the level of mix media that was utilized. The ensembles found a balanced edgy consistency that was not only fresh, but also very wearable. We’ll be counting down the days until this collection is available in stores.

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Kelly Wearstler turns to fashion designing

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In Kelly Wearstler’s world, creativity fuels creativity. Her well-known interior design projects, such as the glamorous Viceroy Hotel and Resorts chain and the Avalon Beverly Hills Hotel, took nods from the runway. Likewise, the finish of concrete floors at a furniture factory evokes oversized statement rings or the legs of a modern chair. Wearstler’s own eclectic style, which has landed her on Vogue’s Best Dressed list, is a result of her design aesthetic, which marries progressive elements with classic pieces and vintage touches. With a never-ending fluid circle of her own inspiration, the interior designer is progressing into fashion with an eponymous contemporary line of apparel and accessories this Fall.

It’s been an evolution getting here. Fashion has always been an inspiration, but now it’s another medium for me to try.

Read the full article: Kelly Wearstler Exclusive Interview