Summer Fun In the Sun Lookbook featuring Saint Grace

Summer Fun In the Sun Lookbook

Saint Grace short sleeve dress
$100 – piperlime.gap.com

Saint Grace racerback tank
$62 – shopambience.com

Kate Spade crossbody bag
$278 – katespade.com

Converse sneaker
€65 – welikefashion.com

Brooch
£2.40 – debenhams.com

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Summer Lookbook featuring Riller & Fount

Summer Lookbook featuring Riller & Fount

Riller Fount mini dress
$262 – shopbop.com

Scoop neck top
$155 – neimanmarcus.com

Flower top
$28 – buckle.com

Metallic jewelry
$25 – macys.com

Tokyo Milk beauty product
$22 – neimanmarcus.com

Fancy Fraiche Soap Dispenser
$17 – modcloth.com

Riller & Fount in Springtime**

Riller & Fount in Springtime**

Riller Fount deep v neck dress
$275 – shopbop.com

Riller Fount deep v neck dress
$275 – shopbop.com

Riller Fount long day dress
$194 – shopbop.com

Riller Fount draped dress
$160 – revolveclothing.com

Pocket dress
$125 – shopplanetblue.com

Pocket dress
shopplanetblue.com

Attic Easter – Spring Collections
$8.50 – victoriarosetags.com

Mix and Match with “MONROW”

Mix and Match with "MONROW"

Monrow fleece shawl
$220 – amrag.com

Monrow stripe tee
$55 – revolveclothing.com

Element pea coat
$120 – bloomingdales.com

Background Berry Heart Beerenherz zum Hängen
€3,99 – depot-online.com

black licorice philosophy
$20 – philosophy.com

Fashion Friendly with “THE ROW”

Fashion Friendly with "THE ROW"

High collar coat
$8,590 – net-a-porter.com

Stretchy pants
$710 – boutique1.com

Alexander McQueen leather shoes
$1,645 – couture.zappos.com

Knapsack bag
$34,000 – net-a-porter.com

Linea Pelle wrap jewelry
$100 – lpcollection.com

Chain jewelry
$40 – topshop.com

Betsey Johnson Fall 2010

Betsey Johnson presented her latest collection on Valentine’s Day in New York City. Read Style.com’s review of our client’s designs…

Betsey returned to the runway and—to prove her performance skills hadn’t dulled—made sure all the high-camp high jinks of old were in place. Kelly Osbourne, looking model thin, came out first, walking on a hay-strewn surface. She exuberantly tore off the bandanna covering her face, and…yee-haw! We found ourselves in the Wild Wild West.

Johnson’s inspiration this season was, modestly, 45 years’ worth of her own archives. “I’m working on my stuff, being very true-blue Betsey,” she said. Her signature gun prints were there in spades, accessorized with candy-bright plastic pistols; there were striped bodysuits and tutus. The models sashayed along in groups with monikers like Banditos, Madames, and Brothelettes, usually with one among their number clad in a sweater so long it required a union suit-clad male escort to carry it.

Lots of buy-now, wear-now Spring looks were added to the Fall catwalk lineup. “We’re not in seasons anymore, anyway,” Johnson said. “We’ll show a little bit of now and a lot of later.” She’s always been a crowd-pleaser, above all else, and is canny enough to know that her most important audience is not so much the fashion editors and buyers in attendance, but the Betsey faithful around the globe.