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The ONLY Book You Need On Upcoming Designers – We're Giving A Copy Away

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    What do Keegan Singh, Tavi Gevinson, and Preen all have in common? Each is among the group of ten industry insiders chosen to curate Phaidon's outstanding new fashion tome, Pattern: 100 Fashion Designers And 10 Curators.

    The epic sequel to Phaidon's Sample, Pattern boasts 400 page of sketches, computer renderings, and quotations in order to provide insight into the creative processes of 100 groundbreaking fashion designers. Whether you want to know which designers to keep an eye out for, or you've been hunting for a beautiful new book to add to your coffee table, Pattern is a perfect fit.

    As a special treat for New Yorkers, Keegan Singh will be speaking with Cushnie et Ochs, the design duo he selected for Pattern, at FIT on Monday, April 8. Even better, name your favorite novel (bonus points for why it's your fave) in the comments below and we'll pick one reader to receive two front-row seats and a copy of the book.

    Photo: Courtesy of Cushnie et Ochs.

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