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Tonight's L'Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival runway, sponsored by Frankie, featured Kiwi darlings Karen Walker and Kate Sylvester and stirred up a little home sickness before I had even arrived at the event. Luckily, as is always the case, the 'rah rah' quickly distracted me from it. My...

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Monday New Zealand fashion designer Karen Walker has a new spring collection, Hi There, which is now available at Anthropologie. The red Bow Pocket Blazer is a wardrobe must-have. The little bows add such a cute accent. The elegant Klompen Tulip Dress is the perfect spring dress. You'll be...

When creating her Spring 2012 collection, showcased during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City, New Zealand designer Karen Walker derived inspiration from Martin Scorsese's 1976 classic imagining the aesthetic that would result if the elegant, DVF wrap dress-lovingBetsy(played by...

>>This Spring, Karen Walker brings her particular breed of New Zealand girlie-quirk to the American mass market by storm. As announced via the brand's Twitter and Facebook earlier today, the designer has inked a deal with Anthropologie that puts her lower-priced Hi There From Karen Walker...

Anthropologie has a great new partner in quirky fem brand Karen Walker. This spring, the line is uniting with Anthropologie to sell their new lower priced Hi There by Karen Walker. So, what can you expect? Keep an eye out for a line of cute dresses, fun prints and strong colors to be sold...

PreviousNext >> For Spring 2012, Karen Walker riffed on the idea of "The American Girl", citing two polar-opposites in particular: buttoned-up Betsy and street-wise Iris from the 1976 movie Taxi Driver. And so out came the straight skirts, prim blouses, and secretary dresses for Betsy;...

Karen Walker brought it up again at Pier 59 Studios yesterday, though without any discussion of public hair or Beyoncé's Feminist Manifesto. Instead Walker was inspired by Suffragettes, translating their utilitarian dress code and renegade vibes into subversive clothes for cool...

Held during the same time slot as one of New York's most highly anticipated shows, Rodarte, there's no doubt Karen Walker pulled the short straw this season. But New Zealand's favourite international designer still managed to bring in a strong crowd, including a few familiar faces: Fashion...

Dressing like a boy never looked so girly. When Karen Walker cited a novel published in 1869 as the inspiration for her Fall 2012 collection, we anticipated seeing statement period attire and corsets. Luckily, this was a complete misinterpretation. Loosely influenced by the maritime garb...