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It's safe to say that Kelly Wearstler is a modern-day superwoman. The gorgeous LA-based tastemaker, who first made a name for herself as a renowned interior designer (in 2009 The New Yorker even called her "the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior design"), has quickly parlayed into a high-flying fashion design career, turning out to-die-for apparel and accessories like clockwork.
For pre-fall 2012, Wearstler takes a note from her signature elegant meets bold décor aesthetic to deliver a covetable collection of dresses, tops, pants, skirts, outerwear, and jewelry that are too good to not snap up ASAP. That's why we're thrilled that the good people over at Moda Operandi are hooking up their members with a private virtual trunkshow of the line, now through December 28.