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While catching up on Instagram this morning, we happened upon this shot by Bergdorf Goodman. The NY-based luxury department retailer was in the midst of a Michael Kors spring 2013 showcase when a striking pool-print pantsuit emerged. "So @michaelkors photographed this print at the The Beverly Hills Hotel and then digitized it," BG revealed.
Championed by innovative labels like LA's Clover Canyon, it's exciting to see more designers exploring the art of digital fabric printing. It's also pretty sweet that a celebrated designer like Kors selected an iconic West Coast spot like this hotel's swimming pool—a place where starlets like Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo once frolicked—to flaunt his interpretation of the tech-savvy trend.
If you have the cash and want to rep BH right, pre-order the top for $895 here or look out for it when it hits the Grove's Michael Kors boutique soon.
· Michael Kors [Official Site]
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· Michael Kors Moving Up at The Grove, Vince Nabs Former Space [Racked]
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