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Over the past ten years since LA designer Cynthia Vincent launched her boho-chic line Twelfth St., she's created highly-coveted pieces for mass retailer Target and TV shopping network QVC. Her gear has also been the easy go-to for famous faces like Rachel Bilson, Blake Lively, Nicole Richie and other modern style icons. To celebrate a decade of success, Vincent is bringing back her popular pieces, starting with footwear and sweaters boasting her signature Southwestern-inspired prints.
The 10th anniversary collection includes "my most requested items over the years and it has been very exciting to see that they are still relevant today," says Vincent. The designer says she'll continue to celebrate the milestone by releasing more of her iconic pieces, including her classic slip dress.
What's in store for the designer? On the fashion front, Vincent says a few collabs "that are still hush hush" are in the works. Elsewhere, the designer is hoping to continue traveling the world and "building my brand, which I hope will eventually be a full lifestyle collection including home décor." Vincent also hinted at a possible store in her home town in the near future. (Fingers crossed!) Check out the re-released Twelfth St. anniversary items here.
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