Kate Mulleavy

fashion designer and co-founder of Rodarte

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Kate Mulleavy is a Los Angeles-based fashion designer and, with sister Laura Mulleavy, co-founder of the fashion brand Rodarte.

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"Rodarte" sisters in design, Kate and Laura Mulleavy discuss translating the feel of their directorial debut film, Woodshock.

Kate and Laura Mulleavy: Woodshock

"Rodarte" sisters in design, Kate and Laura Mulleavy discuss translating the feel of their directorial debut film, Woodshock.

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Oscar-nominated actress Natalie Portman wears a Rodarte-designed tutu for Black Swan 
   
 As fall collections hit the runways this week in New York, one of the hottest shows will be…

The Fashion of Illusion

Oscar-nominated actress Natalie Portman wears a Rodarte-designed tutu for Black Swan   As fall collections hit the runways this week in New York, one of the hottest shows will be…

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