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The flagship model is this Phantom Protect Slicker Jacket, featuring three-layer waterproof and breathable nylon ripstop, seam-sealed construction and brushed tricot interior finished in a camo grid print. Additional details include a reinforced hood visor, low-profile interior cinch waist,...

Designer Steven Alan has paired up once again with classic clothing label Dockers to feature newly designed styles for men both men and women. Prices for this collection range between $135-$148 for women's skirts and pants and $128-$148 for men's shorts and pants. Only select Steve Alan stores...

The "best" invention in clothing is the reversible garment and Steven Alan gives us his take in the form of a pair of shorts. "The reversible shorts are for those lazy spring and summer days;" the perfect setting for a 100% cotton, machine washable short that is made in the US. The garment...

Designer Steven Alan has paired up once again with classic clothing labelDockers to feature newly designed styles for men both men and women. Prices for this collection range between $135-$148 for women's skirts and pants and$128-$148 for men's shorts and pants. Only select Steve Alan stores...

Grounded in classic American roots, the once retailer turned designer presented a wide array of casual to formal clothing with an emphasis on soft tailoring and deep tonal greys. The collection featured a variety of interesting fabrics from moleskin to herringbone tweed, as well as a strong...

on his reputation for scouting the most intriguing young designers, the Steven Alan Showroom opened in 1996. Steven's knack for the modern reinterpretation of classics garnered him an impressive roster of designers on the rise, and the Showroom now represents 20 designers of clothing,...

our favorite indie labels, Steven Alan, which was presented bright and early this morning at Pier 59 Studios along the Hudson River in Manhattan. The mood was chipper, the coffee plentiful, and everything in this Mexican road trip-inspired collection was begging to jump into our wardrobes...

If Rachel Comey's show was all about city-slicker vibes then Steven Alan's Spring/Summer collection transported us back to the summer again with his array of simplistic, sugary designs. The collection was very evocative of long summer evening and idyllic childhoods as the womenswear was...

com If you look to fashion week for ways to spin your everyday look, Steven Alan is just the place you should be looking. The Fall 2011 collection offers a fresh twist on classic preppy American sportswear. Long sleeve shifts worn over knit tights, boxy coats & jackets, and a fun...

Filed in Uncategorized on Friday, January 21, 2011 · 8 Comments " 8 Responses to "Steven Alan S/S 2011" Kitty says: I love your blog but have never posted before! I love the clothes that are posted here, as i think old 20s – 50s clothes are absolutely super! For ideas on spring...