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Skaist-Taylor Brings the Tequila Slugging and Boot Stomping for Spring 2013

Fringed minis, Skaist-Taylor style. Images via Getty
Fringed minis, Skaist-Taylor style. Images via Getty

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If you were the kind of gal who wore a Juicy Couture jumpsuit 10 years ago, what would you wear now? Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy are pretty sure you'd be wearing something like their Spring 2013 collection. Skaist-Taylor is bringing the fringed minis, ostrich feather wraps, and candy-colored furs for spring 2013, and they're doing it with attitude ("Witchy Woman" was the opening song for their presentation today, where tables were conveniently stocked with tequila bottles and models walked on an Old West-themed set).

Speaking of walking, the boots were huge—in more ways than one. Nearly every model was clad in the tonge-less, open-toed, lace-up, over-the-knee numbers, which Skaist and Taylor were also sporting. Along with dip-dyed hair of the green and pink varieties, respectively. Just a reminder that you never really get older, you just get more badass.

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