Robert Cary-Williams placed a big antique wardrobe in front of his Neal's Lane Studio, and invited the curious into his private world. Cary-Williams loves to deconstruct, and he showed long, pieced-together army coats, little tea-stained dresses and tweedy jackets. T-shirts, though tattered and shredded, were still delicate and cool and hinted at the new diffusion line the designer will unveil this season in Paris.

Identical twins Tamara and Natasha Surguladze of Tata-naka are quickly making a name for themselves and already count Sarah Jessica Parker and Cameron Diaz among their clients. Cotton dresses came in washed-out shades of white, duck egg blue, candy floss and beige and were decorated with child-like sketches of houses, animals and hearts.

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