Rebecca Turbow's Fall 2009 collection features feminine details like capes and bubble skirts. Turbow's father was a leather smith, and his influence led Turbow to appreciate fine detail at an early age. This appreciation is manifested in feminine cutouts, delightful ruffles and appliques.
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