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Learn This New Designer's Name (And Lose Yourself In Her Collection)

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    It's cold and wet and miserable outside and it takes us a good 15 minutes or so to thaw out of a freeze when we come back indoors — it's like London, but without the accents or Kate Moss— but we're sick of complaining (for now). Instead, we're taking a momentary trip to the sunny countryside by flipping through Charles Henry's spring '12 lookbook, the effortlessly chic collection from bi-coastal designer, Meredith Fisher. The clothes are super-well cut and easy to wear, with an NYC-meets-L.A. sensibility that makes sense given Fisher's travel log. The only problemo? We can't decide if we're into the whites, the hot pinks, or the florals most. But rather than going back and forth about it, we'll just take one of each— the adorable white skirt with the slit up the side, the green and rose jumpsuit, and the fuchsia dress that hits at just the right spot. Oh, and we'll take the heat, the garden, and the down-to-there hair, too.

    Photos: Courtesy of Williamson PR

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