A Psychic Predicts the Future for Five New York Designers

Yesterday, I visited best-selling psychic Roxanne Hulderman, who was giving readings to editors in Michael Bolla's Chelsea Mansion. I did get a personal reading--Roxanne is amazing!--but more importantly, I asked the well-regarded fortune teller to predict the future for five of New York Fashion Week's biggest stars. Click through to see what she had to say.
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Yesterday, I visited best-selling psychic Roxanne Hulderman, who was giving readings to editors in Michael Bolla's Chelsea Mansion. I did get a personal reading--Roxanne is amazing!--but more importantly, I asked the well-regarded fortune teller to predict the future for five of New York Fashion Week's biggest stars. Click through to see what she had to say.
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Yesterday, I visited best-selling psychic Roxanne Hulderman, who was giving readings to editors in Michael Bolla's Chelsea Mansion.

I did get a personal reading--Roxanne is amazing!--but more importantly, I asked the well-regarded fortune teller to predict the future for five of New York Fashion Week's biggest stars. Click through to see what she had to say.

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Jeffrey Monteiro The designer is debuting his first major collection for the Bill Blass label, along with showing his eponymous line.

"This man is so talented," Roxanne explains. "He puts his heart and soul into everything he does. He should take a risk or two, it'll get him even further. He has the ability--he just needs to believe in himself."

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Francisco Costa "I see him designing a wedding gown for royalty in the near future."

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Michael Kors "Is this man on TV?" Yes, I tell her--he's on Project Runway. "Well, I see him breaking out and doing his own thing. Maybe his own show?"

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Marc Jacobs "He can do no wrong," she says. "There might be lots of jewels in his new work."

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Jane Mayle I explain to Roxanne that Jane is not showing at fashion week, but has recently announced her return to the scene with a small pop-up shop. "This woman has been a designer in past lives--she has innate talent," says Roxanne. "She was definitely a designer in the 20s and 30s, as well as long ago--15th or 16th century."