Pretty and simple, Stephanie Lampkin’s collection of all-floor-length dresses and skirts gave off a Seventies post-YSL hippie-chic vibe. Drapy cuts in black lace and tie-dye along with a feminine beige dress rounded out a group easily found at the local mall — and although the mullet dress can at times be flattering and fun, it belongs on the sales floor, not on a runway.
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