By Brinley Knopf
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Their Project: Bitch
King’s denim jumpsuit was chic enough for the chalet—or Utah—and her shearling coat added that extra oomph.
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Their Project: Rebel in the Rye
Deutch’s navy pantsuit, with looping lines traveling from shoulder to toe, was both funky and fresh yet also conservative enough for, say, a parent-teacher conference, which she left work early for—and she’s the CFO. The best of both worlds.
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Their Project: Burning Sands
Serayah’s navy shearling coat, turtleneck and velvet pants made for a fun outfit—cozy meets chic, comfort meets couture. Booyah.
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Their Project: Band Aid
Decker’s simple white T-shirt tucked into checked charcoal trousers is topped with an off-white faux-fur coat. Buckled penny loafer finished off the look. Business on the bottom, party on the top.
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Their Project: Sidney Hall
Fanning wore what appeared to be a jumpsuit, but could also be separates; a no-frills white T-shirt folded into high-waisted, wide-legged black trousers. Simple yet effective, worn with the grace of Grace Kelly.
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Their Project: WGN America’s Underground
Outfit Description: Legend’s black ski jacket—embellished with fur along the hood and a bright orange lining—green Gucci tiger sweater and black lace-up boots makes one feel like an Olympic skier with a penchant for color-blocking.
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Their Project: Novitiate
Hasson’s black turtleneck, tartan plaid pants, oxfords, and long voluminous fur coat gave the impression of a cool eccentric aunt who lives in her Connecticut mansion with huge terrier dogs in matching tartan jackets. Gorgeous.