At Concept Fashion Week, held in a cavernous old office building in the downtown garment district, Chelsea Rebelle designer Sarah Brannon showed a collection inspired by the angsty teenagers who populated the suburbs of her native New Zealand in the late Seventies. The all-black group of silk t-shirts, flirty skirts and slim pants still had touches of Brannon’s girly club girl aesthetic, but with a more tailored approach than seasons past.

At Concept Fashion Week, held in a cavernous old office building in the downtown garment district, Chelsea Rebelle designer Sarah Brannon showed a collection inspired by the angsty teenagers who populated the suburbs of her native New Zealand in the late Seventies. The all-black group of silk t-shirts, flirty skirts and slim pants still had touches of Brannon's girly club girl aesthetic, but with a more tailored approach than seasons past.

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