Image by Dario Catellani. Styled by Camille Bidault Waddington
Alison Syrett Cleary
Dec 15, 2017 @ 1:30 pm
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Founder of buzzy luxury emporium The Webster (which just opened its fifth location in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood), Laure Hériard Dubreuil knows what fashion girls want—and you can always find it at her industry-beloved chain of stores. So what’s a retail legend to do when she’s looking to stock something completely new? Start making clothes of her own.

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Enter LHD, Dubreuil’s bright, colorful, and crazy-covetable design debut. Conceptualized to highlight a different far-flung destination each season (her first collection is inspired by her hometown of Miami), the selection showcases the kind of extra-specialness that keeps The Webster customers coming back for more; picture vivid turquoise and tangerine sundresses in graphic floral prints and long-sleeve pullovers in highlighter brights. 

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Shop the look: LDH dress, $895;

The style star has also partnered with a few designer friends, including Pierre Hardy, Maison Michel, and Aurelie Bidermann, on exclusive shoes, handbags, and jewelry, including a pair of sculptural earrings she’s been wearing non-stop at Art Basel. And if #winteriscoming for you? (Ugggh, same here!) It's just the thing to liven up that sweater/skinny jeans combo you've you been living in—you know, until you can can book that flight South. 

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Shop the look: LHD dress, $725;

Shop the line now at The Webster stores and online at and

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Shop the look: LHD sweatshirt, $295;

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Shop the look: LHD blouse, $420; LHD skirt, $750;

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Shop the look: LHD romper, $498;

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