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San Francisco Fashion Week Designer: Kelly B

It's telling that San Francisco-based designer Kelly Barry started out as an environmental science major at the University of Colorado. Her Kelly B clothing line, featured at San Francisco Fashion Week, is made entirely from organic cotton and other organic fibers. (To learn more about organic cotton, read here.)

Kelly B's comfy, casual knits mix a trendy '80s vibe with playful nautical accents. Black capri leggings are lined with brass buttons, while anchor embroidery adorns the back pockets of a miniskirt. To see some of the highlights from her Spring/Summer 2007 runway collection,

Racerback Dress With Contrasting Rouched Panel, $150 suggested retail

Wide-Leg Sailor Pant and Cropped Coat With Quilted Collar, each $164 suggested retail

Cowl-Neck Sleeveless Dress, $134 suggested retail

Tune in tomorrow to read about another up-and-coming designer from SF Fashion Week.

Join The Conversation
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
Ooh, I love these clothes! I loved them the first time I wore them too. Ha ha ha, kidding. I love solid colors and clean lines. Very nice.
AshleyBrook AshleyBrook 10 years
The makeup I hate, but the clothes - love.
Fashiondiva91 Fashiondiva91 10 years
I don't like it. It really is Mod, and I think that the make-up is very ugly.
My-Opinion My-Opinion 10 years
Neural Neural 10 years
I remember when 80s styles went out of fashion and me and my friends SWORE we would never ever ever dress like that again. And yet I find myself thinking some of the new stuff is kinda cute...
audreystar audreystar 10 years
yep, the 80's fashion is definitely making a comeback. i remember my pink full skirt with attached peekaboo slip. that was all the rage in 87/88 with leggings and ankle boots.
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