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Mixed, But Not Matched

5 Resort-inspired looks that are anything but minimalist

BY JESSICA MINKOFF; TEXT BY JULIE D'ALESSANDRO

STYLE  -  JULY 12

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If you take a look at street style images from Couture last week, you’ll most likely be greeted with a sea of black and white and nothing all over. The fashion set has definitely taken a liking to monochromatic dressing over the past few years, and minimalism—we’re looking at you, white sneakers—has become the new norm. To avoid the horror of wearing the exact same outfit as someone else, break out of your normcore comfort zone and embrace mixed prints. If you’re really obsessed with your cat, take your love to the streets with a black-and-pink striped sweater from Gucci. If the revival of Juicy Couture at Vetements is any indication, the early 2000s are back with a vengeance, so don’t be afraid to pair camouflage pants from NLST with a leopard print coat from Miu Miu. With either of these looks, we guarantee you’ll be the best dressed person for miles. Click through the slideshow to see more of market director-at-large Jessica Minkoff’s Resort 2017-inspired picks for breaking the mold and mixing the best prints. 

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8 Hair and Makeup Trends You Can Actually Afford to Try From Couture

Bespoke beauty at its finest

BY TINA ISAAC-GOIZé AND AMBER KALLOR

BEAUTY  -  JULY 11

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Prabal Gurung Joins The Size Wars

The designer is teaming up with Lane Bryant 

BY JULIE D'ALESSANDRO

NEWS  -  JULY 11

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Prabal Gurung Fall 2016 / Photo: firstVIEW