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Husband and wife designer duo Swaim and Christine Hutson helped to revitalize this famed 80's brand. Taking inspiration from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and playing with playful pops of acid color, the Hutsons are injecting new life into the classic staples label.
Doo.Ri turned out stunning blue and black combinations, marble and diamond-shaped prints, and even some basic winter staples like a motorcycle jacket and military pants. The biggest runway highlight: a smattering of crystal, beads, and sequins in the most unlikely of places!
Charlotte Ronson's 2010 collection was girlie and free-flowing with a bohemian desert-motif. Pleated silk skirts, fringed scarves and khaki tunics were accompanied by headscarves and knee-high riding boots. Here are some of FabTV's favorite looks!
Yigal Azrouël's 2010 Fall runway collection was a mix of moods: soft and sexy draping juxtaposed with structured suit leg silhouettes, a muted neutral palette accented by a punch of color, and a play on masculine and feminine forms. According to Azrouël, the hybrid of different garments and fabrics creates new silhouettes and pseudo layers for Fall.