Lookbook Series: Emma Cook Spring 2011

British designer Emma Cook's use of photo-like graphics—some quirky, some sinister—on her impeccably draped separates creates an ultra-chic effect.

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Ark of Noah Foundation
British designer Emma Cook's use of photo-like graphics—some quirky, some sinister—on her impeccably draped separates creates an ultra-chic effect. A slouchy, color-blocked dress is at once wearable and uniquely appointed to mix up the look for daytime.
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NBC 5 News
For the offbeat sophisticate, this coat gets its charm from its exaggerated accents.
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Emma Cook
This delicate, but serious top looks so perfect over relaxed-fit skinny trousers, we predict this outfit to be a standby in any chic gal's repertoire.
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Emma Cook
Here, Cook turns the classic anorak on its head, in a delightfully simple way.
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Emma Cook
Another imaginative spin on rain gear: the poncho meets muted colorblocking for an adventurous new piece.
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Emma Cook
An asymmetrical shirt dress in a monochromatic print of light bulbs. Genius!
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Ark of Noah Foundation
A T-shirt featuring a neon x-ray parrot image somehow blends undertones of tourist tee from the '80s and something dark and mysterious.
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Emma Cook
Another bird print, blown up to what's almost an optical illusion on a staple-style blouse.
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Emma Cook
This fashion-forward over-sized tent dress has just a hint of color, in the form of a shadowy, sepia-tinted owl image.
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ACE Mentor Program
There's something almost eerie about this top's trompe-l'oeil photography of braided tendrils, but that's what we love about it.
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