Designer Rebecca Turbow and photographer Tom Hines have done it again: collaborating this year in a photo shoot for Turbow’s spring 2010 collection with a dry 1960s spy vibe. The black and white shots read like vintage stills of The Avengers or The Man from U.N.C.L.E (the spy organization hidden behind a tailor shop), complete with high hemlines, private-eye props and grungy Brooklyn backdrops reminiscent of Serpico. Turbow’s retro-inspired collection of soft grays and pale pinks can be seen tomorrow night from 7-9pm at Collective Hardware (169 Bowery) with music by Of Montreal‘s Kevin Barnes, who’s worn Turbow’s ensembles on stage for years. Click “Read More” for more images and the flyer with RSVP info.
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