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REBECCA MINKOFF F/W 2010

Last season marked Minkoff’s return to designing after a short break. Minkoff’s line is characterized by the designer’s ability to combine classic silhouettes with an edgy downtown cool. With her looks, the statements are always in the details – whether it be a v-shaped, exposed zippers, or a leather pocket adorning a white tee.

This season was no different, as Minkoff showed a solid autumn collection. Her offerings included black sweetheart dresses, florals, and loads of perfectly tailored outerwear – think elongated ¾-sleeved blazers and motorcycle jackets made of various materials. The standout looks included a statement black shirt with enormous flutter sleeves paired with a bold red skirt, and a cream dress paired with a brown trench. Minkoff’s veritable rainbow of handbags were also a point of focus, naturally. Handbags ranged from slouchy to shoulder-hangers to royal blue with fringed zippers. Never one to skimp on detail, a certain small red bag commanded plenty of attention on its own, being that it was perfectly adorned with two brass, faceted buckles and plenty of sharp-looking studs.

 

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