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Andy & Debb's Modest Gentility and Monochromatic Studies in Texture

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Andy Kim and Debbie Yoon are Andy & Debb, a Seoul-slash-NYC based design duo who've built a solid reputation on their sleek tailoring and understated metropolis-chic aesthetic. Their fall-winter 2010 collection speaks to studies in contrasting black and brown monochromatic textures and a style sensibility that errs on the side of modest gentility.
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