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5 NYC fashion designers we want to see on MTV's revamped House of Style

By Kevin Aeh

Yesterday, MTV brought back its classic fashion show, House of Style, as a web series with new host and the "Fancy" voice behind the song of the summer, Iggy Azalea. (You might remember when the show relaunched a couple of years ago with models Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls at the hosts; and of course back in the '90s when Cindy Crawford was the original host.) The first ep of the reboot featured Azalea thrifting in L.A. with designer Jeremy Scott (You can watch it below). There's no doubt that future installations will take place in New York, and we hope they feature these NYC designers:

Samantha Pleet
Thanks to her fun prints and wearable designs, this Brooklyn-based designer is big hit with the indie crowd. It's time for her to get more of a national spotlight.

Public School
This menswear line by Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne recently unveiled a collab with Nike and also launched women's items for J.Crew. Public School is definitely this year's "it" label.

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
Because we love their lines The Row, and Elizabeth and James, but also because it would just be awesome to see the twins on TV again.

Daniella Kallmeyer
This local designer's latest collection features a lot of pop art prints and tomboy shapes, which would look really good on Iggy Azalea.

Alexander Wang
Between his fashion show in Brooklyn earlier this year and his new H&M collar launching in the fall, it's been the year of the Wang. (Wait, that sounds dirty.)


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