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Sneak Peek: Rocawear Summer & Fall 2010

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Last week, the ladies of DrJays.com attended Rocawear‘s summer and fall 2010 preview at NYC’s Hotel Giraffe.

The summer collection consists of adventurous colors and graphics, while fall goods have a heavy-metal chic aesthetic.

Check out highlights below:

For summer, there are bold tees with rhinestones, including these two (with a Rihanna look-alike in the graphics).

One of my personal favorites—a royal blue mini dress with a mesh top, four pockets, full zipper and oversized stud detail.

Fall looks consist of edgy washed PVC biker jackets and leggings.

These ankle boots and strappy open toes are sure to bring out your inner rock star this fall, going heavy on the stud and buckle detail.

Rocawear handbags are kicked up a notch, with vibrant pieced snake print, buttery leathers and monochromatic stud detail.

Rocawear’s media marketing manager, Ber-tia Barron, holds up an over-the-knee boot featuring washed PVC on the front and stretchy Neoprene on the back.

A supersoft glossy puffa jacket lined with punk-rock detailing makes for a fresh way to stay warm this fall.

Fall denim is beautifully loud this year, with dark acid wash jeans with rhinestones, as well as slim, crisp denim basics.

Not for the faint of heart—a belted camel-colored PVC jacket in an iridescent snake print, with a faux-fur-lined hood and gold zipper detail. This jacket is for the brave and sexy.

Stay tuned for more summer and fall Rocawear goods from DrJays.com HERE.

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