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Chicago's Maison De LaCour Jumped on the Grunge Bandwagon

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Julius LaCour of Chicago-based Maison De LaCour debuted his Fall/Winter 2013 line as part of Elle's Style 360. The collection was heavily influenced by early 90s grunge: think plaid fabrics and metal materials, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love. Makeup guru James Vincent, who's worked with everyone from Lady Gaga to President Obama, masterminded the models' androgynous look.

[Photos: Tom Hafner Elicerio]

Adapted from a post by Victoria A. Olivares that originally ran on Racked Chicago.

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