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Alexandre Herchcovitch, Central Asia, the Crusades, and the LBD

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Racked first caught Alexandre Herchcovitch's fall-winter 2010 show during Sao Paulo Fashion Week last month—Herchcovitch is one of only a few designers who shows at two different major international fashion weeks every season—and it's even better the second time around. The central-Asia inspired looks are intricately printed, embroidered, and crafted—and the elaborately embellished black dresses are some of the most exciting LBDs (Little Black Dresses) we've seen in ages.
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