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Dusen Dusen

All of Dusen Dusen's fall dresses are SPOT-ON. Get into 'em.

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  • 7115

    Szeki Chan knows how to make you look like the coolest girl at the office—for real. Key pieces: drapey jackets, slouchy-but-polished trousers, and collared shirts that don’t look too buttoned-up.
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  • Ann Yee

    Ultimate mixmaster: Ann Yee. Combining space-dyed knits, flowy silks, and textured wool, she knows just how to amp up a look.
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  • Collette Ishiyama

    Not only does Collette Ishiyama know how to make Art Deco influences look completely modern but she also has a way with stingray—impressive.
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  • Collina Strada

    Hillary Taymour is known for canvas-and-leather bags that garner attention. And now you can pair them with her equally fresh apparel, too.
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  • COOK & GATES

    Sara Gates is all about making the totes and wallets you carry every single day really stand out. Her dye jobs will get you stopped on the street.
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  • Dream Collective

    For her chillaxed jewelry collection, Kathryn Bentley isn’t afraid of a little color or texture. She makes brass and enamel feel almost impossibly cool.
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  • Dusen Dusen

    With a penchant for colors and (custom!) prints, Ellen Van Dusen turns tank dresses, backpacks, cardigans, and boxy tops up to eleven.
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  • Eayrslee

    This duo has the whole masculine-feminine thing down. What's more: Mimi Eayrs and Joanne Lee's leather goods slay on the function front.
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  • Kathryn Bentley

    Ready to see a moonstone pendant or a diamond-encrusted ring that will make your jaw drop? Kathryn Bentley’s L.A.-made fine jewelry is the stuff dreams are made of.
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  • K/LLER COLLECTION

    If you're looking for jewelry that's subtly tough—think porcupine quills & brass feathers—Katie deGuzman and Michael Miller are your girls.
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  • Loup

    If you’re in the market for not-so-basic basics, Danielle Ribner’s line is where it’s at. Her mini-dresses, breezy tops, and overalls (yup, overalls) are real wardrobe workhorses.
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  • Nikki Chasin

    If the look you’re going for is grown-up downtown girl, this is 100% your line. Nikki Chasin’s cuts are just as luxurious as her fabrics.
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  • Osei-Duro

    What did high-school friends Molly Keogh and Maryanne Mathias do upon reconnecting at their reunion? They went to Ghana and started a polished-but-chill line of hand-batiked apparel—that’s what.
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  • Rachel Rose

    Rachel Rose's line is full of silky goodness, and guess what? Much of it is painted by hand by the designer herself.
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  • Study

    Leave it to Tara St James to do eco-friendly apparel that’s not at all hippie-dippy. Instead, it’s sophisticated, thoughtful, and (for the win!) comfortable.
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  • Thomas Sires

    This NYC line’s seriously got something for everyone—trust. You want a perfect work dress, a killer jumper, or a standout sweater? Fiona Thomas does them ALL so well.
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  • Toujours Toi Family Affairs

    This mother-daughter team—how cute is that?!—does bohemian and sweet with just the right amount of grown-up polish.
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  • Wren

    We DIE over Melissa Coker’s dresses (and coats, sweaters, and pants!). They’re the sort of just-feminine pieces that always show up on future It girls.
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