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Since you know how gleeful we were when Sandro opened their first U.S boutique not too far from our 'hood, we're sure it's not hard to guess how wide our smiles stretched when we got the exclusive first look at the French brand's spring '12 lookbook. It's as if they read our minds (or, more specifically, our need for super well-cut, super-chic, super-bright blazers and separates) and gave us exactly what we wanted. There's a gorgeous mix of black-and-white basics, brightly colored suiting pieces, and pastels so quietly luxurious they almost seem water-colored. Not edgy enough for you? How 'bout that model's greased-to-perfection hair. If only we could pull that off, our dream outfits would be complete...
Click through for pieces from your future spring wardrobe.
Photos: Courtesy of BPCM
The lights raised, music blasted, cameras flashed, and models sashayed down the runway in things we won't get to wear until spring 2015. It could have been any runway show during any Fashion Week in terms of quality and production, but there was one monumental difference: Every single designer look was plus-size.
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