The It Factor for Denver: Her spring 2011 collection is a strong one for Miller, and local women will find it easy to pick up any number of pieces—from a sheer tank with exposed back to a linen biker jacket or even a sultry, scribble-print maxi-length slip dress.
The Gist of It: As at BCBG, Miller designed her collection in keeping with the minimalist movement trending through the fashion world. Working in white, pearl, dove gray, putty, and black, Miller balances well-tailored jackets and vests with short-over-long layers of blouses or button-down shirts, asymmetrically hemmed or sheer tunics, and racerback tanks—all paired with floaty chiffon skirts (both maxi- and knee-length). But Miller keeps the collection from floating away entirely by integrating tougher elements, like ribbon-harness motifs, cut-out backs, and graphic prints.
Look for It At: Garbarini, 3003 E. Third Ave., 303-333-8686, garbarinishop.com;
Saks Fifth Avenue, 2900 E. First Ave., 303-393-6333, saksfifthavenue.com;
The Garment District, 2595 S. Colorado Blvd., 303-757-3371, garmentdistrictcolorado.com.
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