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Will Michelle Obama Shop At Anthropologie Now That Tracy Reese Is There?

October 10, 2012 by Lauren Caruso
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Anthropologie’s inaugural Made in Kind series may have launched back in spring, but the retailer is going to great lengths to make sure we don’t forget it’s a serious contender in this post-Anna Dello Russo for H&M world. And by great lengths, we mean they’ve tapped venerable brands like Ace & Jig, TENOVERSIX, Gregory by Gregory Parkinson, and a First Lady fave, Tracy Reese. I know!

October’s limited-edition collections feature everything we love about Anthropologie in the first place: kitschy-cool, romantic designs with a marked one-of-a-kind feel. We’re happy to see Timo Weiland chose the Made in Kind collab to debut his diffusion line, Vessel by Timo, which he described as “seemingly French-Provencal, but also at home in the city.” Nothing screams that sentiment more than his Lora Maxi Dress, which sells for a hot $348.

Speaking of pricing, you can expect the usual Anthropologie price points, so Art/C‘s vibrant, Moroccan-inspired portfolio clutch (it really is one-of-a-kind!) goes for $200, while Sophie Duran‘s collection — a nod to the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World — goes from $198 for her World of Wonders Column Dress to $398 for her Hazy Woods Dress. You can snag goods from Michelle Obama’s favorite designer (Tracy Reese, duh!) for around $300.

Take a look through the slideshow at our favorites from the collection, and don’t forget to head over to Anthropologie to check out all 14 designers!

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