Local Talent: Chicago's Fashion Incubator Designers

The annual Chicago Fashion Incubator program, a city initiative to support emerging designers, has revealed this year's designers in residence. They've chosen six new lines, including these four women's collections.

Peloton

German-born Leah Fagan's line Peloton—code for a group of cyclists traveling as one—is an array of carefully crafted separates with functional details, like a hidden zipper pocket within a structured jacket. Fagan uses preshrunk organic cottons and washable merino wool to create wardrobe staples that are breathable, easy to wear, and adaptable to the outdoors.

"The strong emphasis on function and durability is a direct response to the way I live my life," says Fagan, whose love of the outdoors started when she was a child, swimming and hiking in the Alps.

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