The Gist: Novelty prints and bright colors influenced by a trip to Haiti and its voodoo culture. Featuring: Miller works her theme into boldly printed tops and skirts, as well as sequined cocktail separates and floaty evening dresses (some overly complicated). Mid-show, Miller brought in a more subdued color palette of gray, white, and black, which showcased plenty of great jackets and male-influenced shirting. The "It" Factor For Denver:
The Haitian printed or sequined skirts and dresses are fun for either day or night, while the well-tailored jackets and crop pants are office-perfect. Look For It Next Spring At: Chelsea, 935 Pearl Street, Boulder, 303-447-3760; Eve, 1413 Larimer Square, 720-932-9382; Garbarini, 3003 East Third Avenue 303-333-8686; and The Garment District, 2595 South Colorado Boulevard, 303-757-3371. Visit our Fashion Week blog for more designers and Denver "it" factors. Photos courtesy of Mercedez Benz Fashion Week 2008.
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