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Rachel Zoe Brings Modern Romance to SS16

Eliza Jordan

23 September 2015

Celebrity stylist, fashion designer, author, and TV personality Rachel Zoe is modernizing romance, and making subtle glamour sexy again. For spring 2016, her collection translates old-school glamour of the ‘70s and ‘80s through hand-frayed edges, tied closures, exaggerated ruffles, off-the-shoulder lace, and shimmering pinstripes in gold. By combining those designs with inspiration from supermodels like Gia Carangi, Lauren Hutton, and Jerry Hall, the collection offers something sophisticated for the busy women of today’s fast-paced society.

“This season is romantic in a really modern way. I envision these clothes to be what women want to wear and live an effortlessly glamorous and inspired life I,” said Zoe.

Rachel Zoe spring/summer 2016

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