Tracy Reese Keeps It Glam and Gorgeous

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A woman that embraces her femininity with elegance and grace can float with a power reflected beautifully in the 2010 Tracy Reese Fall collection.

The form-fitting dresses, showcased recently during Fashion Week, embellished with lace, jewels and fur were gorgeous. The dark black glasses added a 2010 rock star flare, needed by any fashionista two steps ahead of pesky Paparazzi. Another bad girl accessory which promises to be big were the long sleeve like gloves.

The gloves can be paired to any dress or tank and jeans set for added flare. The colors stayed true to New York glam, ski blue, black, gray with sprinkle of Ivory and Pink pieces. Tracy Reese graduated Parson's School of design in 1984 and launched her collection in 1998 to rave reviews. She has since launched a second line called Plenty.  The Tracy Reese flagship store is located on 641 Hudson Street in Manhattan in the meat packing district.

The hair and makeup were extremely girly with sexy pin curls bouncing off the models. I loved the detail paid to every garment. Tracy Reese continues to be a jewel in the fabric of great American designers.

Please check out www.tracyreese.com

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