June 19, 2011 New York
As a stylist, Andrea Lieberman knows a thing or two about what's missing in the market; the MO behind her A.L.C. brand is creating functional clothes that still earn that "who is she wearing?" kind of double take on the street. The pleated leather, tribal-inspired skirt and a lambskin windbreaker from her new Resort lineup are the kinds of pieces you could imagine Gwyneth Paltrow calling out in a GOOP newsletter about building a go-to fashion uniform. They're on-trend but ultimately fuss-free—not unlike the collection's silk slipdress with the thigh-high slit or the pajama separates in a wispy feather print. Lieberman has been working with more color lately; her fluoro tunic dresses are just the thing to roll up and stuff in a weekend bag.
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