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DESIGNER DAILY, FASHION / June 28 2012 10:11 AM

Family Ties (and Prints) of Daisy Darche

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It’s a family affair at Daisy Darche. The vision is that of Alex d’Arche, while mom Eva is the producer, bringing shapes to life on a large scale, and dad Phillip is the “printing magician.” With custom printing in-house, a wealth of support all around and an aesthetic honed by years of Asian and African studies, this British familial team outfits spring with kimono-like silhouettes and what looks like a print of line theory. 

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MEN'S / June 25 2012 5:20 PM

Andrea Pompilio is On Next, Winning Over Milan with Spring ’13

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Andrea Pompilio‘s debut collection for Fall 2011 earned him the title of Pitti Uomo‘s Who’s On Next, and we quite agree, this Italian has been one to watch. Spring ’13 turned around with optical stripes, neon buzz and the right balance of classic menswear and forward fashion. With lineage of Dad’s architecture, Mom’s painting, and Grandma’s fashion shop, Pompilio knew his destiny at 8-years-old and has taken it here. Watch Spring move down the runway, and check the roaring digs you can expect in stores come autumn. 

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 22 2012 10:47 AM

Wanderluster Jewelry is Entirely Lusty and Under $100

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Rammy Lee Park designs jewelry for the nomad. Like the pointy resin ring I have on my finger right now; such beautiful self defense. Her jewelry is transformable, letting you choose whether or not you want those horns on your necklace today. As a film maker and writer to boot, this Wanderluster is seizing the world, and letting you seize her jewelry for under $100.

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 21 2012 1:01 PM

Antipodium, Still a Winner

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While these 5 designers are working their way to the Olympic podium, Geoffrey J. Finch is working his way off. Antipodium is a low key brand with a high profile clientele, including Lana Del Ray, La Roux and Robyn, along with his rabble of socialite fans. He makes pop culture-referencing easy-to-wear chicness out of his East London studio. Check out why he should be on your radar. 

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 20 2012 12:21 PM

Meet XIRENA, the Lovechild of Swimwear & Lingerie

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No longer does your bikini have to wait for a beach trip to be flashed and flaunted. After traveling to the hippie town of Formentera, Spain multiple times, designer Dierdre Roffoni created her line XIRENA. Inspired by the carefree lifestyle of the island, these chic, modern and colorful sexy separates are meant to take you from the beach to the cabana to the disco and beyond.

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 19 2012 10:17 AM

New & Improved Jean Pierre Braganza Causes Chandelerium

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If it were up to Style.com, today’s Designer Daily Jean Pierre Braganza would be awarded the “Most Improved Designer” title. That’s because this Central Saint Martins grad is a superbly skilled tailor, but with Fall 2012, he took his aesthetic from just well-made and a little dated, to futuristically conceptualized and expertly constructed. With Victorian references that feel forward in the collection titled “Chandelerium”, JPB shows his solid intuition, and puts him on our one-to-watch list… Does he make yours?

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 14 2012 10:00 AM

Christopher Raeburn Morphs Military Surplus into Award-Winning Fashion

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Christopher Raeburn has been hitting up England’s army for their used parachutes to create the chicest nylon windbreakers, raincoats, et al. As a staunch Brit and an ethical designer, everything is entirely “remade” in East London. He’s the first designer to be awarded NEWGEN‘s men’s and womenswear award in the same season! Launching a collection with Moncler for Fall 2012, Raeburn is making moves; growing big enough that the Army is running out of parachutes for him. Look, and see why.

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DESIGNER DAILY / June 13 2012 10:30 AM

Hand-Painted, Made-to-Order Lingerie Makes Toad Lillie Special

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It’s not often you come across a designer who works solely on made-to-order and bespoke lingerie. But Laurie Shapiro took her love for vintage couture gowns to a new level when she developed her lingerie line Toad Lillie. Exclusively crafted in silk, each collection reflects on the drama and glamour of evening wear, bringing it to a place of accessible luxury.

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