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Emily Weiss & 10 Crosby Make Lookbook Magic For Spring

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    While Hollywood sees tons of crossover stars that may (or may not) successfully wear many hats, we have to give a hand to the fashion insiders who seem to do it with ease and grace. The latest example: Emily Weiss. The reality-TV personality turned successful blogger — Into the Gloss has been a longtime fixture among our bookmarks — now shows us a new side as the face of the 10 Crosby spring '13 lookbook.

    The Derek Lam diffusion line is one that we constantly seek out each season, as it offered the same sharp, sexy, and laid-back cool of the namesake collection. Weiss very fittingly serves as the model who embodies it all and, in this case, actually styled the looks, as well.

    From one electric blue number that redefines "power suit" to a touch of Western flare and the return of the relaxed pajama looks that 10 Crosby is known for, the collection once again serves as inspiration for the next season to come. It's no wonder that Weiss — herself, a collection of mixed talents — helps pull it all together. (Fashionista)

    The entire lookbook, and your dream spring '13 closet, lies ahead in the slides.

    Photo: Courtesy of 10 Crosby
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