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>> Rad Hourani's Goal Is To Have a Signature Piece —Rad Hourani continued his mostly-black, unisex aesthetic yesterday during his Spring 2010 presentation at Milk Studios, dressing both male and female models in leggings and heels paired with looser tops.  That base is nothing new for the designer, but this time, he added chain fringe detailing and touches of silver and white to keep it fresh — full collection here.  The look is here to stay, he says, because he doesn't "need to feel like I’m evolving or doing something new every season." In fact, he's set himself up as kind of an anti-designer designer: "I am completely anti-trend and allergic to some of the things that people follow. I like quality or shapes that have no reference. People like to point things of the '60s, '70s, for example, and classify them. I like to have no seasons, or references and that’s how my pieces will stay timeless." The most important thing for him, he says, is to have a signature: "What would make me happy is someone on the streets today, tomorrow or in 10 years wearing a jacket of my collection and people knowing it’s Rad without having to look at the label." [Paper]

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