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This Spring, You're Invited: Rebecca Minkoff Is Throwing A Party

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    If you can't get Janelle Monáe's voice (or pelvic-thrusting dance moves) out of your head, know you're not alone. We're still kind of buzzing from her performance and, of course, the clothing delivery that went along with it at Rebecca Minkoff's show yesterday. Indeed, it felt like one big (industry) party — and that makes sense.

    The pop-of-color (and black-and-white) spring '14 collection is perfectly functional as party-wear. From the tousled braids to the floral-and-mesh layered dresses, the citrus-colored skirts right on down to the sandal booties, we're totally swooning over everything that stomped on down to Monáe's raucous beats. And though the singing could have distracted from the runway's offerings, it instead added to the mood. Minkoff herself is a designer you want to hang with, and her newest clothes are the kind you want to hang in. So, hey, if you wanna say that by wearing them you're celebrating with Janelle Monáe, Lindsey Wixson, Rebecca Minkoff, and all the front-row celebs, we'll back you up — cuz you kinda are.

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