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How Do You Say: "Theyskens' Theory"?

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In a new series, we're brushing up on our fashion diction with a little help from our friends. Up next: Theyskens' Theory. Since joining forces with global brand Theory in 2010, Belgian-born designer Olivier Theyskens' namesake label has offered downtown, cool-girl staples for ladies who like their basics with a little bit of attitude: think slouchy trousers, fitted blazers, and sexy denim. Easy, right? Now for the hard part: After the jump, CFDA CEO Steven Kolb teaches us all how to pronounce "Theyskens."

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