February 17, 2011

Article: Summary of Fashion Week: What to Remember when shopping for your fall wardrobe.

Although it is only Feburary the fashion world has fast forward to fall. To make the most out of your wardrobe, and future shopping trips it will be helpful to know the top trends from the runway that you will be wearing this fall. While there will be several imposing looks hitting the stores, 1970’s, and menswear will be the most popular and wearable. The designers listed epitomized the recycled trends in a fresh way that will make you excited when the leaves change.

Sophie Theallet Earth tones and bright hues comprise the fall palette shown with supple satins and structured wool. Feminine cuts focus on the waist, completed with drape detailing.

Vera Wang Light chiffon pleats and ruffles play on a masculine palette while heavy knits and bold furs create balance. This collection carries the 1970's vibe while also having a 1920's feel.

Altuzarra Retro feminine floral prints in rusts and browns contrast with heavy knit tops and boxy masculine jackets in cool grays. All together creates a balenced look of warm and cool colors as well as feminine and masculine.

Donna Karan The monochromatic palette is given interest through feminine draping and ruching. Supple fabrics and fur detailing make the collection supremely elegant. Donna Karan know a woman's body, and once again shows you what a lady can be.

Doo.Ri This collection is casual modern American sportswear for everyday. Cozy knits with structured seams mixed with long flowing pants and jackets comprise the monochromatic collection. These pieces can be mixed and matched with what is already in your closet.

Halston It is all about what isn’t there. No embellishments, just draping, wrapping, and layering. Detailing in this sublime collection is shown through textures of fur, suede, and silk. It is perfectly simplistic and easy to wear.

Rebecca Taylor Light weight colorful feminine floral prints paired with retro neutrals and winter coats. This collection is full of prints, colored bow belts, and bold necklaces to make you feel like a lady.

Keep an eye open for these looks at your favorite retailers in all price ranges come fall. And remember when shopping, think Annie Hall.

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