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The designer is reaching for something. Let’s hope she finds it.
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11 February 2019
The season’s wonky take on collegiate dressing felt rich: charming and a bit riskier than the usual TB fare.
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25 April 2018 • By Chantal Fernandez
9 February 2018
The designer's greatest asset is the charm of a cultured magpie sensibility, and here she sharpened it with a utilitarian touch.
10 January 2018
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