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“When life gives you lemons, make limoncello.” Chief Creative Officer Deborah Lloyd's lemon watercolor prints and color were a common theme throughout the Spring 2014 collection.
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Deborah Lloyd and Brad Goreski agree that “for spring, the white dress is the perfect blank slate.” Which means colorful accessories are key additions.
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“Everyone woman should have a navy blazer in their closet,” says Goreski. He also put this navy striped fit and flare dress among his top picks for the season.
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It’s all about tone-on-tone for Kate Spade. Goreski added a chunky necklace to the 'Carlie' tie-back dress to prove it.
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“Deborah and I actually want to make glitter a color.” —Brad Goreski
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It’s all about elongating the leg; Lloyd confessed she has the Lana pump in every color; geranium, light camel, navy, powder, and white.
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Attendees sipped on Champagne while watching Goreski and Lloyd style the models live.
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Goreski demonstrated three options for wearing scarves: The Grace Kelly, the Coachella ... and the "asymmetrical skirt." He admitted to wearing scarves this way in third grade and having to “run really fast from people chasing me.”
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Lloyd's must have for the season: A statement coat. “They hide a multitude of sins and you can easily dress them up or down."
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