The month of August signals a special, bittersweet notion: the approaching end of summer paired with the promise of crisp, fall fashion. It's a complicated set of feelings, and finally, we've found a New York designer who totally gets the simultaneous heartbreak and excitement about having to layer and work boots and socks into our wardrobes again. Heartloom, a modern bohemian label responsible for our new favorite dresses, channels those very emotions in its fall/winter '13 look book. The models are very unimpressed with the onset of chilly temps, while at the same time fighting the love for the vintage-inspired silhouettes and prints that now make up their transitional wardrobes. They'll have their indoor tea party, but they're not terribly thrilled about it.
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Barrier-breaking designer. Genre-bending artist. Visionary. These are some of the ways people have described Virgil Abloh after it was announced that the 4