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Check Out This Up-&-Coming Designer — & Win This Outfit!

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    One of the best parts of Fashion Week (besides the parties and celeb sightings) is seeking out new talent and feeling the love for emerging designers. Dont' get us wrong, big fancy labels are fabulous, sure, but there's just something so great about finding that special gem before anyone else. Now, thanks to Bloomingdale's new B Seen initiative — which chose three designers to showcase in its windows — we're getting a special look at some even more special talent.

    The line we're most excited about is Daniella Kallmeyer —her fall '13 collection is chock full of all our favorites, including patterned knits, statement dresses, and buttoned-up blouses. We've got an exclusive first-look at the collection in its entirety, so you can get some of that NYFW magic without leaving your couch. And, the best part? We're giving away an entire look from Daniella's line. All you have to do is tell us who you favorite up-and-coming designer is, and you could take home dreamy fall staples. But, if luck doesn't come out on your side, just head down to Bloomingdale's Soho and ogle the windows.

    Photo: Courtesy of Daniella Kallmeyer

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