When it comes to dramatic and flamboyant fashion, Corey Lynn Calter is a design virtuoso. The granddaughter of an Italian tailor, Calter launched her first collection at the tender age of 19 — eventually costuming for the Joffrey Ballet and <i>Sex and the City</i> stylist Patricia Field. Launched in 2000, Calter's eponymous clothing line displays her flair for stunning prints and color combinations with must-have layered jumpsuits, ruffled pants, scalloped shorts, flowing maxi-dresses, and casual-to-dressy striped shirt dresses. Oversize mirrored necklaces, beaded clutch bags, and other accessories add the perfect finishing touches to your Calter-crafted ensembles. A celeb favorite, Calter interprets boho chic in a way that’s of-the-moment, feminine, and far more haute than hippie.
As Moscow Fashion Week comes to a close, we're celebrating these serious style stars, spotted on the street. Standing out from the show-going crowds is no easy feat, unless you happen to be a part of the impeccably dressed tribe known as the "Russian Fashion Mafia." Ultra chic members like Mira Duma and Elena Perminova serve up outfit inspiration worthy of a photo op in eye-catching looks often ripped straight from the runways. Tap into the It Girl look yourself with the wardrobe upgrades below, and cue the flashbulb frenzy.
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