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Rachel Roy Pre-Fall 2012 Collection is Inspired by the Art Deco Era

By: Souzan Michael - Published: • References: ibtimes & style
If you take one look at the Rachel Roy Pre-Fall 2012 collection, it becomes clear that every look was influenced by the Art Deco era.

The designer told Style.com that she was influenced by "strong, badass women doing what they loved in a time when that was difficult. It's my favorite era — the hair got shorter, clothes got looser, and people embraced a more masculine edge."

That effortlessly sexy look with a bit of a masculine edge is definitely prevalent in the Rachel Roy Pre-Fall 2012 collection. Drop waist dresses, pleating, graphic prints, tweed suit separates and lots and lots of color make this a collection to remember.

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