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Tracy Reese, Timo Weiland, and TENOVERSIX Have Arrived at Anthropologie

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The Made in Kind series, which launched back in April, is going still strong at Anthropologie, but they have rounded up a few new independent designers for the girly-chic/arty-cool October fare. We were happy to see Indie38 member TENOVERSIX in the line-up, and the LA-based boutique brought the colorful yet fully pared-down and wearable cotton jumpers, skirts, and tops for $168 to $178. Also, Timo Weiland debuted his Vessel by Timo line, which he described to us as "seemingly French-Provencal, but so at home in the city" as well as "an amalgamation of our Uptown-meets-Downtown Timo world and this really romantic and youthful Anthro-girl." Get that look for between $138 to $348.

A final favorite is Tracy Reese who's second collection for Made in Kind took inspiration from the fit-and-flare dress she designed for Michelle Obama's Democratic National Convention and contains all the color-play and airy detail of her usual aesthetic. Those dresses are going for between $258 to $348. Check out the lookbook from these three collabs above and check out the rest of the roster (and shop!) here.
· What Michelle Obama Taught Tracy Reese About E-Commerce [Racked]
· Tracy Reese's Collection For Anthropologie's Made In Kind Debuts [Racked]