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Clover Canyon's Spring Lookbook Is Fit For The King

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    Clover Canyon, who wowed us earlier last month at New York Fashion Week, has now debuted its newest lookbook fit for a king. Or, rather...THE King. Its spring ’13 lookbook channels Elvis meets Fear And Loathing in all the right ways.

    Appropriately entitled "On The Road," the collection features a multitude of stunning prints perfect for a postcard. For the lookbook, models with slicked-back hair and nearly naked makeup are centered against white backdrops that let the clothes do all the talking. L.A.-based designer Rozae Nichols experimented with fun prints, including an on-the-road caftan, a cannabis-and-disco-ball-print blazer, a muscle-car emblazoned minidress, and a surf scene blouse and pencil skirt. Along with the staple print pieces, there are also some rad crystal embellishments reminiscent of Presley himself.

    While the beauty of this collection is that any piece in a standout by itself, we can't help but want to take each stop along the way of this magical, stunning road trip. Check out all the impactful looks in the slides.

    Photo: Courtesy of Clover Canyon
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