Next Level: Faces

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Faces are having a moment—and not just on heads. Just ask Anna Wintour! Four ways to get portrait-happy. —erica

LEVEL I: Leah Goren presents a whole gang of gals to protect a pouch full of valuables.

LEVEL II: Sequin censorship—the only kind we can get behind—c/o Markus Lupfer.

LEVEL III: Something about this Victoria Beckham tunic reminds me of that young woman/old witch illusion. You know?

LEVEL IV: That’s Rapunzel on these Charlotte Olympia shoes, in case you can’t tell from her flowing golden locks.

Take your “Next Level” consumption to the next level, why don’t you.

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Of a Kind

Leah Goren—you may know her cat prints?—has moved into ceramics, and there’s something so unreasonably enticing about this little eyeball dish. —erica

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Next Level: Cats

All of a sudden, it’s totally cool to embrace your inner cat lady. These are our four fave ways to get kitty happy. —erica

LEVEL I: Wrapped around your neck, the meow motif of the Leah Goren scarf is distorted in a super-cool way.

LEVEL II: So ladylike and grown-up! 10 Crosby by Derek Lam makes a white cat print look crazy-easy to pull off.

LEVEL III: If anyone tries to talk smack on your Pretty Snake sweater, sic one of these 11 kitties on them. 

LEVEL IV: Wildfox: Never afraid to go there. Here, an update on the already-challenging white swimsuit that happens to be undeniably rad.

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Designer’s Designer: Rachel Albright of Academy Jewelry Thinks her Leah Goren Dress is Purr-fect

When Rachel Albright of Academy Jewelry first spotted Leah Goren’s line on Etsy, she immediately fell for the fun-loving prints—which happen to mesh really well with her light and colorful necklaces. Here, she shares the rest of the story and the dress that witnessed it all. —julia silverman

I love Leah Goren’s work, so I reached out to her, and we became instant (internet) friends. My absolute favorite thing about my black cat dress is its shape—it’s like a baby dress for grown-ups! Every time I wear it, everyone freaks. Plus, Leah stamped it and sewed it herself for me, so I feel like it’s something really special and handcrafted. I happened to be wearing it when I met Leah for the first time, and she was wearing my jewelry. It was a match made in internet-girl heaven!” —rachel

More supportive designer goodness right over here!

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If this looks like leopard to you, you’re mistaken. This is the chicken nugget print from Leah Goren, who also does an equally subtle hot-dog one. —erica

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