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: for the loyal Rachel Comey fan who lives and breathes on flirty design. There was also a standout piece of outerwear: a tangerine coat that seemed to be lifted straight off of the set of Mad Men. Surely for the fashion enthusiast who likes to mix vintage with her new season buys. Though I...

Rachel Comey knows how to cut clothing! This collection was all about proportion & silhouette – loose & roomy in more layman terms – but not sloppy & ill-sized in the least; on the contrary actually. A full silhouette that hugs the body while simultaneously seeming to float around the wearer...

As the parade of very wearable pieces went down the runway - breezy white dresses and tops, silk plaid blouses and shorts, sweet halter dresses, and even a darling Chloe-esque summer suit - you could envision the girl who buys Rachel Comey's clothes. She seems, to this reviewer anyway, to...

Rachel Comey sent some really great garments down the Fall 2011 Ready to Wear runway. Chevron prints and florals mixed with easy-to-wear, comfortable silhouttes were the statement and I have to say, I'm in love! Fashion isn't just about looks anymore. We're all busy all the time and comfort...

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The snaps in question? Preview shots from Rachel Comey's fall '11 men's RTW, with two apt captions—"No Pants," and "BYOP." The return to menswear, albeit in the form of a knit capsule collection (hence the pantless reference), marks Comey's first foray back into men's clothing since her fall...

As big Rachel Comey fans, we were super excited to see what she had in store for resort. We ended up getting more than we bargained for with this gem of a look book. Unfortunately, the clothes were a little difficult to pay attention to at first given all the other weird things going on in...

Rachel Comey's Fall/Winter 2011 collection drew inspiration from two seemingly disparate sources: menswear and – you're reading this right – 50s/60s housewives. It may sound strange, but it worked: Marsha Brady-esque geometric prints offset boxy double-breasted coats. Despite her retro...

while images of Rachel Comey's mod conservative collection traipsing down the runway wash over your brain is so much more than we could have ever asked for. From fascinating illusion garter socks, structured clutches with bar handles, the BEST day-to-day shoe game, and that exquisite...

Thursday, February 10th, 2011 Pier 59 Studios It was a testament of the time at Rachel Comey's show in Chelsea Piers as bloggers Fashion Toast and Bryan Boy (in an extravagant afro wig, no less) sat front row across from the queen of print fashion journalism, Cathy Horyn. As a brand, Comey...