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on to the young and glamorous line, and at their Fall 2010 presentation, we caught up with designer Stacey Bendet to hear about their newest rock and roll influenced collection. Sweet party dresses, modern work attire, and updates to their signature pants - what more could a girl want?
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Alice + Olivia Interview with Designer Stacey Bendet at Fashion Week
We’ve expanded this year to do like a whole career line and a base line and all this kind of like sub lines but the actual collection presented here tonight is I think it’s really in line with what we always do for Alice + Olivia but there is some new called pant bodice. We get like amazing, sequin coats and just some really beautiful dresses that you’re going to see them and you smile.
Presentations are more fun to me. They give a little bit more of an energy to the collection and I like to tie music in with fashion so kind of rock and roll and cool and glam and that was really the feeling of this collection. It’s sort of really young and glamorous and fun. So to me, it’s like a more interesting way to kind of present the clothes in my line.
I always love designing dresses for girls because you know they’re wearing it for like especially occasion or something that means, something that I am and you’re making them beautiful for one night.