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When you hear a catchy song, you listen to it over and over again. When you see an amazing movie in theaters, you buy it on DVD. And the same goes for landing upon a stellar collection at New York Fashion Week — you just can't get enough. That's why we found ourselves walking 'round and 'round in circles at the Clover Canyon spring '13 presentation yesterday.
With stand-out-in-the-crowd prints, suiting pieces we'd live in, and embellishments in all the right places (read: everywhere), the new(ish) designer quickly became one of our favorites of the week and one to watch from now on. Teaming the out-there (but totally wearable) designs with slicked-back faux-hawks and simple makeup and nails, the presentation played to daring dressers and more subtle style lovers alike. Last prediction? This label is the one to watch and snag (before all the street-style stars load up for the next NYFW!).
Photographed by Amelia Alpaugh
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