By  on February 11, 2009

Among Bryan Bradley's inspirations for his new, lower-priced namesake collection is a black and white photograph of an Adele Simpson storefront. In the Thirties, Simpson was best known for creating the kinds of clothes that were better-priced and more realistic to the lives of American women than those of some European couture houses — and that’s just how he would like to position Bryan Bradley.

“It’s this kind of thing you would get for a great price, but now you can’t,” Bradley said.

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