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  1. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #1 THE ’70′S FULL FORCE

    It is always hard to decipher which trend will be the biggest at retail when sorting thru thousands of runway images.  However, this season there was a clear winner. Designers all over the world are tapping into a 1970′s mood for Spring 2011. Marc Jacobs was the first to wow us at the start of the […]

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  2. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #5 TROUSERS

    With the 70′s back in full force, it makes perfect sense that various forms of the Trouser were seen on the Spring runways.  From cropped styles to high-waisted culottes and more, there were plenty offerings to choose from. LONG & LOOSE TROUSERS capture the ease of Spring in fluid fabrics like silks and jerseys.  The […]

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  3. BALMAIN & ISABEL MARANT SPRING 2011: The Future of Fashion?

    While reviewing the Paris shows, I couldn’t help but notice some similarities in the Balmain and Isabel Marant collections.  It seems as though both designers are marketing to the same girl: the “Bobo”, or in layman’s terms the Bohemian Bourgeois.  This look started a couple of years ago and fuses together Paris’s edge with LA’s […]

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  4. TOP 2010 FALL TRENDS: #5 CAMEL

    No surprise to anyone that has been following fashion, the color Camel was all over the Fall runways.  A classic from the 50′s and 70′s, Camel is this Fall’s new Black. The perfect accompaniment to any palette, Camel can be worn with everything from neutrals to brights and icy colors.  With the return to Minimalism […]

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  5. TOP FALL 2010 TRENDS: #9 VELVET

    Velvet has been slowly making its way to becoming a big trend for the last several Fall seasons.  It hasn’t completely checked at retail as of yet, but I suspect this Fall it will be a big item.  Velvet was seen on many of the runways in dresses, pants, suits and jackets.  It was also […]

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