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To mark the one-year anniversary of launching her lower-priced, more accessible ERIN line, Erin Fetherston whisked us away to an enchanted forest where a harpist (in one of the designer's gowns, of course) greeted guests at her Fall presentation. While such sweet whimsy is almost to be expected of the designer, the pieces on display tonight proved that she is indeed exploring new territory.
Inspired by the work of artist Barry Underwood, Fetherston described her collection as a "new-age fairy tale."
Certainly, there was the expected sea of ethereal party dresses embellished with everything from bugle beads to metallic snowflakes. But the designer went a few steps further, showing voluminous skirts and structured frocks, knits, and printed separates that recalled Underwood's images of nature illuminated by neon light. To read more visit Style.com.
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