Our Prince Of Peace's Newest Collection Is Made In Blog Heaven

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Sing it "Sound Of Music" style: Crop-tops and fishtails and punch-out tube dresses, these are a few of bloggers' favorite things. These edgy pieces are all abundant in Our Prince Of Peace's newest collection, which'll have plenty of style writers going nuts with its brand-spankin' new offerings (seriously, the lookbook was shot last week). Not only is this line soon-to-be internationally known thanks to e-store mecca Karmaloop picking up the label, but the clothes are all made right here in Miami Beach.
Designed by Cuban-American David Jon Acosta (who is behind the cheeky-cute Gold Saturn label, too), Our Prince Of Peace — or, as we are dubbing it, O.P.O.P. — has just released its first lookbook for the inaugural collection. The bohemian-punk line is pure Miami, from leopard prints to wide-legged floral pants, which is crucial to Acosta. He tells us, "Manufacturing the line locally is beneficial for the community, and to be honest I'm a bit of a control freak. I like to be involved every step of the way." While there is no news yet of it coming to 305 shops, the e-store (plus its presence on Karmaloop) ensures that we'll have plenty of access to these killer dresses and separates. So get it now, before you are the last one on StyleLikeU to rock a striped hoodie dress.
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Photo: Courtesy of Our Prince Of Peace

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