Emma Watson's New Favorite Designer, Delivered To Your Doorstep

Photo: Courtesy of Misha Nonoo.
If you have fashionable folk like Emma Watson and Anne V wearing your looks off the runway, you must be doing something right. New York–based designer Misha Nonoo definitely is, every season delivering feminine cutouts, sleek silhouettes, and delightful prints. And, now, it's easy to join her star-studded fan club: The designer launched an online store filled with resort '15 goodies that will turn you, too, into a devotee.
On top of e-commerce, the site is debuting an interactive feature called #dressmemisha. It's Cher's virtual closet from Clueless meets your Google Cal meets your hip fashion friend that's always in the know, offering online recommendations for how and when to wear all of the clothes. Because Nonoo's new site lands just in time for Art Basel, the designer's debut suggestions cater to the show-going crowd down in Miami.
The site also hosts images of Nonoo's past collections, runway shots from her latest spring '15 show, and an editorial section called The Lens where you can see how celebrities have donned her designs. And, from now until December 17, Manhattan-based shoppers can get their resort '15 Nonoo goods delivered on the same day, for free. Get a head start on resort — because we all need a reminder that warmer times will come again — by shopping some of our favorite styles, ahead.
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Want to channel your inner tennis player without actually stepping foot on a court? Misha Nonoo has a very chic solution.
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Being the best-dressed person at Art Basel is quite the feat — but this dress will definitely put you in the running.
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We can never say no to culottes.
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This delicate button-up plays down bright prints just as well as it dresses up your favorite pair of skinny jeans.
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Upgrade your T-shirt game with some cutouts.
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Don't worry about what you'll wear to all those spring weddings: We found your dress already.
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Nothing like an all-white look to make you extra cautious when you eat and drink — and you certainly won't want to get anything on this beautiful two-piece ensemble.
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If your cheerleading uniform grew up, moved to New York, and immersed itself in the fashion scene, this would be it at the 10-year reunion.
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This look balances two schoolyard identities — art kid with the abstract print T-shirt, and cheerleader with the pleated skirt — in fashionable form.
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A simple, everyday dress with a not-so-ordinary hem.

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