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Gold Saturn: From Kourtney Kardashian to Grand Central

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​Designer David Jon Acosta first found his passion as a clothing designer while bored at work and doodling in Photoshop. After printing T-shirts for himself and his friends, the contemporary and flirty graphics were catchy enough that people both noticed and demanded their own.

While only 25 years old, Acosta is a rising star whose clothing line, Gold Saturn, has been featured in Teen Vogue, Paper, and Nylon magazines. His creations reflect his life experiences, like his most recent Road Trip collection, which takes the approach of staying true to your hometown while still being enchanted by other cities. The newest collection will be featured on the runway at Grand Central nightclub this Saturday. We spoke with the designer about keeping it real and loyal to Miami and Kourtney Kardashian wearing a Gold Saturn design on national television.

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