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Peggy Guggenheim's The Muse For This Cool-Girls-Only Collection!

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    Whenever that exciting quandary of ultimate icons comes up in jovial convos, Peggy Guggenheim indefinitely makes the cut. And, since we always seem to be picking up (and putting on) whatever Popomomo's Lizz Wasserman is doling out, it's no shocker that we're yet again on the same wavelength with the design wunderkind. For her holiday threads, she imagined The Mistress of Modernism (totally suggested seasonal reading, btw) holding court on NYE with her entourage of artists, gossiping, boozing, and probably even debating over chosen aesthetics and mediums.

    Well, there are no arguments here: From abstract expressionist frocks channeling Barnett Newman to cozy cardis with geometric pockets, these getups are golden for reigning sartorially supreme, no matter whose salon you find yourself in. To make those wild nights feel a little less decadent, the entire collection is marked down 25%, and you'll find past wares for 40% to 60% off on the site, too. Time to party arty, ya'll!

    Photo: Courtesy of Lizz Wasserman

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