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Tagged: Dolce and Gabbana

  1. TREND ALERT: CREEPERS RETURN

    Back in 2009, I saw an editorial in British Vogue that I fell in love with because I thought the styling was very influential and gave clues to future trends. The model was styled with pastels and neons, bustiers and lace, mixed hard edge jewelry and Creepers with socks. I hadn’t seen Creepers in so […]

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  2. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP TEN TRENDS: #10 LACE

    The Spring 2011 runways were alive with many new exciting trends for us to get excited about.  From bountiful bright colors to mixed prints and a return to YSL’s 70′s heyday, there is something for every designer and consumer to pick from.  The general mood for Spring is festive and has a carefree and hopeful […]

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  3. TREND ALERT: FALL 2010 – POLKADOTS and MOONBEAMS

    With the new wave of Feminine Sensuality arising in Womenswear, it’s no wonder polka dots are making their comeback.  Dolce and Gabbana were the first to show them on the Fall runways as the leader in Fall’s Ode to the Woman.  Paired with leopard prints and lace, Feminine references abound in their collection creating beautiful […]

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  4. TOP FALL 2010 TRENDS: #1 SWEATER DRESSING

    To wrap up the Fall 2010 trends, I present my #1 trend as Sweater Dressing.  Designers presented this trend in a myriad of ways on the runways. From Chanel’s arctic versions to Jean Paul Gaultier’s Nordic Warrior styles, knitwear was seen in a multitude of stylings. All levels of the business will be interpreting this […]

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  5. FALL 2010: THE LONG AND SHORTS OF IT

    Shorts are making a comeback in a big way this Fall with the return to Classicism and American Sportswear. There are three statements that were told on the runway in regard to the shorts trend: WALKING SHORTS LEATHER SHORTS SHORT SUITS WALKING SHORTS Although they haven’t been seen in quite awhile, the Walking short has […]

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