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WeHo's Troubadour Influenced Skaist-Taylor's Spring '13 Line

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Two of our favorite LA fashion industry characters, Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, showcased their second collection in New York Sunday afternoon to the tune of Elaine Benes' favorite, "Witchy Woman." The set was Western-themed, tables were stocked with tequila bottles while models walked down an old set of railroad tracks re-imagined as a runway.

The hyphenates said that "a certain nostalgia for the creative benders of days past, and West Hollywood's Troubadour in its most elemental state—a hotbed of musical activity, burgeoning talent and collaboration" inspired their designs and in an interview (above) with, told a reporter that "Skaist-Taylor is the Wild West where anything can happen." That included big hair courtesy of Oribe, colorful furs, knee-high boots and lots of lace. Click over to our sister site for all the looks.
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