NYC-based designer Margarita Saplala creates exuberant printed dresses and separates that are a flash of brilliance against the city's gray backdrop. Her Fall/Winter 2010 collection is another knockout.
Margarita Saplala creates exuberant printed dresses and separates that are a flash of brilliance against the city's gray backdrop.
We love the ultra-modern, loose yet boxy, silhouette of a tomato red top, and the pants are just plain rad.
Saplapa's prints are never rigid—even the stripes have a smeared effect.
A subtly sexy silk dress exudes a vague 80s-career-girl chic.
A tee gets edgy with a leathered finish.
We're totally digging the casual glam of the electrical-wave tie-dye print.
An oversized t-shirt with gilded detailing emblazoned on its front requires little ornamentation elsewhere.
A high waist and a print that's as gentle as it is strong makes for the perfect little mini-dress.
The pants! Tailored for full-effect, the fit is pitch perfect.
Slouchy-skinny pants topped off with a pretty, tough-girl blouse.