There are many talented designers in Los Angeles, but the one we're most excited about is Tara Subkoff for Imitation of Christ. Even if we don't always "get' IOC, the decision to show the line in LA is important. Why? Each season, amazing LA talent liquidates to New York. Libertine brings their vintage shredded style to the Tents, Jenni Kayne gears up with at least one Olsen, Mishon Schur brings the Kirsten quotient along with its swishy dresses, and Trovata makes every East Coast girl wish she was in California. Even Rock & Republic moves its trash-tastic party to Manhattan, leaving the L.A. runways with a lot of leftover denim, hot pink silk dresses for Paris and Nicky, and small handfuls of substance. Tara's L.A. return may inspire some other labels to Los Angeles, too, showing the style community that L.A. is more than Chip + Pepper jeans (though of course, we do love those).
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Tara Subkoff talks us through her new/old vision for the brand.
Sep 16, 2020