Designer Spotlight: Joa Kin (Joaquin Portocarero)

Designer Spotlight: Joa Kin (Joaquin Portocarero)

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Joa Kin might have been inspired by his father but he’s taken the tribal thing to a whole other level.

Designer Spotlight: Janelle Corpuz Hethcoat

Designer Spotlight: Janelle Corpuz Hethcoat

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Janelle Corpuz Hethcoat has a seraphic gift, like no other.

Designer Spotlight: Jonathan F

Designer Spotlight: Jonathan F

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“Cinematic-graphic folk music…”

<strong>Designer Spotlight</strong>: Ji Oh

Designer Spotlight: Ji Oh

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Words like androgyny and sophistication leap off of critics’ tongues when describing the structured yet delicate items in all of her collections.

<strong>Designer Spotlight</strong>: Ali Rose

Designer Spotlight: Ali Rose

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Detroit-native fashion designer Ali Rose makes clothes for the creative woman (or feminine human) who appreciates a simple muted palette.

Interview: Bas Kosters, Fuck Yeah

Interview: Bas Kosters, Fuck Yeah

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GrungeCake’s Amsterdam Editor Marjolein Keijser visited the unconventional fashion designer in his studio.

American Designer Spotlight: Alder New York

American Designer Spotlight: Alder New York

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Get ready for the Alder New York experience.

Michael Kors Channels ‘Effortless Chic’

Michael Kors Channels ‘Effortless Chic’

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Michael Kors Fall 2014 RTW collection is the perfect transition to a chic and cool layering season.

Anthony Vaccarello’s Steaming Hot Fall 2014 Collection

Anthony Vaccarello’s Steaming Hot Fall 2014 Collection

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Steaming hot, and bold, Anthony Vaccarello’s Fall 2014 collection immediately raised the bar and wiped out my dreary winter woes.

Rachel Roy’s Fall 2014 Collection Is Simply Cool

Rachel Roy’s Fall 2014 Collection Is Simply Cool

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Designer Rachel Roy premiered her latest collection a little over a month ago during NYFW, with a lovely collection which signified the brands’ 10th anniversary. Although, shortly after the successful runway show, news that Rachel Roy‘s parent company, The Jones Group, discontinued the Rachel Roy collection, reason being it wasn’t in line with the overall strategy of the parent company.