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Loving this look from the @O_Spencer_TO SS 2012 collection!
Check out this shoot by 22 year old photography student @linneabakken !
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Faux fur! It looks great on jackets, accessories, and even shoes - and be sure to make it colorful!
@TheRow created a beautiful collection using fur, so did @gucci
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Trend alert! What styles will you be stocking up on for next season?!
Color blocking was the order of the day forRuffian and Monique Lhuillier. Ruffian looked to the race track and jockeys for inspiration, while Monique Lhuillier referenced athletic gear. Lhuillier’s sleek, streamlined collection ingeniously married color blocking with leather and tulle, expanding her base from a couture and red carpet demographic, to a retail-centered audience. Lhuillier’s fitness-inspired Spring 2012 collection also captures a wider range of women who are not only fit in their 20s, but physically active into their 50s. Remember, 50 is the new 35!!
Trend Alert: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Designers Push Retail Viability
Color blocking, tribal prints, diaphanous fabrics were all continuing trends that carried over from previous seasons. Though there were new trends evident during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, two stood out among the rest. For Spring/Summer 2012 designers injected lots of vibrant color into their collections, creating garments that were immediately appealing to buyers and retail stores. Many of the garments during this season of retail viability could go directly from the runway to the rack. And the overwhelming theme of retail viability extended to designers who are known for intellectual creations and wearable art that excites the press but doesn’t necessarily translate into sales.
London Royal College of Art graduates Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves took to exploring the potential of real human hair, transforming the abundant material into a stunning collection of eyewear. The innovative duo developed an entirely plant-based binding agent that allowed the spectacles to be crafted without releasing any harmful substances, resulting in frames that are 100% biodegradable after they’re no longer of use (much like those equally innovative and eco-conscious OAT shoes seen previously on the Fidoo stream).
Must have item for men? Colored pants! #fashion #menswear #trends (Taken with instagram)
Fab #fashions @macys ! First they did #Matthew #Williamson now #KarlLagerfeld?! Get there today and #shop!