Rachel Comey's Spring 2010 Show

Prints, pockets, waist-bags, and platforms dominated Comey's Spring 2010 collection. There were also some chick rain coats, though thankfully, the rain stayed away for the rooftop fashion show.

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Prints, pockets, waist-bags, and platforms dominated Comey's Spring 2010 collection. There were also some chick rain coats, though thankfully, the rain stayed away for the rooftop fashion show.
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Backstage at Rachel Comey, the focus was on dewy skin and "freckles."
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Models' hair was tousled, crimped and teased.
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The effect was seriously angelic, bordering on frizzy hair, with ladylike makeup.
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A makeup artist brushed some of the waves out of one models' hair.
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Placards on the racks separated each models' looks backstage, complete with polaroids of each model wearing the outfits.
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As always, Comey's shoes were some of the most covetable things in the collection. These fringed platform lace-ups were particularly charming.
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All the models lined up in order backstage.
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The models got ready to make their march outside, ruffled hair and all.
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Singer St. Vincent performed Tom Petty covers and more throughout the runway presentation.
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Backpacks and Moscot sunglasses featured prominently in the collection -- these short-shorts were pretty show-stopping.
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A plaid dress with a quirky waist bag.
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Some platform ankle-strap shoes made with a fantastic perforated material.
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A summery look with a cropped, bikini-looking top and wide-leg shorts.
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The runway offered an amazing view of the Empire State Building.
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More shoes -- pair of slingbacks was woven and had a retro, '50s appeal.
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Seating was packed, so many editors stood to watch the show.
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A cheery look that featured a striking long-brim hat.
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Shades of blue were one of the big elements of the show.
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The dresses featured incredible drapery and patterns.
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Ever the master of re-invention, Comey remastered the skort (meaning skirt + shorts) to look effortlessly elegant.
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Rust was a surprising color for spring, but actually worked well with the rest of the collection.
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A crisp white dress with subtle ruching.
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A crisp yellow dress practically glowed against the urban backdrop.
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A simple button-down dress, beautifully accentuated by bright orange heels and a vibrant yellow hat.
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An eye-popping scarlet dress, accentuated by a rugged backpack.
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A playful jumpsuit with a contrasting cardigan.
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A cropped black top with a brocade miniskirt.
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Another flouncy skort, this time in a soft peachy print.
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This amazing "archive" print was actually from the 1920s.
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A simple blue dress with a flattering sweetheart neckline.
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Probably our favorite dress -- a strapless style with a sweetheart neckline, belted waist, and girlish red print.
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As Comey herself said, she's all about pockets. These shorts are a perfect example of that aesthetic, paired with an elegant top and a rich yellow cardigan.
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Tons of layers -- a sleeveless blouse, cropped jacket, long shorts, and a scarf -- add up to a wonderfully chic look.
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Socks and chunky heels were also present throughout the collection -- a trend we actually found surprisingly chic.
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More of that chilly blue print -- this time on flouncy, wide-leg trousers.
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A sporty anorak paired with a trim feminine miniskirt.
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A slew of raincoats closed out the show -- some cropped, some cinched, all perfectly sophisticated and stylish.
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The designer herself wore one of her simple sleeveless button-downs. Read our interview with Comey after the show!
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