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    Milly

    Milly Pronunciation: Mee-lee Michelle Smith founded Milly in 2000 after working for big fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Dior . Offering contemporary feminine clothing with youthful flair, Smith mixes unique fabrics and prints with bold colors to pieces with classic silhouettes. Fans of her ready-to-wear and resort collection include Victoria Beckham, Beyonce [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Reese, Tracy

    Reese, Tracy Pronunciation: TRAY- cee Ree-s Favored by celebs like Beyonce, Carrie Underwood and even First Lady Michelle Obama, designer Tracy Reese continues to gain prominence in the fashion world. With intense background training from Martine Sitbon and Perry Ellis, her styles today reflect the elegance of women with a hint of tradition and vintage-inspiration. [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Missoni

    Missoni Pronunciation: Me-son-nee Missoni is one of the premier knitwear design houses in the world. When Ottavio Missoni designed his first tracksuit in the 1940s, little did he know he would create garments that would become the epitome of high end knitwear. In 1958, the label “Missoni” was finally sewn on to the products. The [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Mizrahi, Isaac

    Mizrahi, Isaac Pronunciation: Eye-zak Miz-ra-hee With a new TV show on Bravo, it’s easy to forget that Isaac Mizrahi is also a very talented fashion designer and costume designer for several Broadway shows. He’s also the man who brought the high/low look to the masses. His line for Target revolutionized the fashion world, bringing high-end [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Miyake, Issey

    Miyake, Issey Pronunciation: E-say Me-ya-kay Art, nature, and technology are the inspirations behind influential Japanese designer Issey Miyake’s line of clothing. He past collections included updated versions of traditional Japanese clothing like kimonos and sashiko coats and “Pleats Please” dresses printed with works by Miyake’s favorite contemporary artists. As one first Asian designers to gain [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF