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  1. WE SAW IT FIRST! TREND VALIDATION: SUMMER SNAKESKINS

    Back in November, The Sche Report picked out Snakeskin and Leopard prints as two leading Spring 2011 trends based on what we saw on the runway. Just when I thought the industry might have overlooked this trend for Spring, Vogue‘s June issue ran a 6 pages editorial with Lara Stone featuring this season’s hottest Snakeskin and […]

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  2. ON THE HORIZON: CARVEN

    We have some exciting news to share! Guillaume Henry, the young creative director of the storied French fashion house Carven, is set to embark on an US trunk show tour hosted by Barneys New York starting this Friday February 4th in San Francisco. The tour will then move to Los Angeles, Chicago, and end in […]

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  3. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #3 NEW LENGTHS

    The days of micro minis are over as hemlines continue to drop closer to the ground. We saw the maxi make its return this Fall which was our first hint of new lengths to come.  Louis Vuitton made 1950′s below the knee full skirts for Fall which also encouraged the falling hemlines. For Spring 2011, […]

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  4. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #4 TRANSPARENCY

    Transparency started to make its way into a trend this Fall (see Fall 2010 Top Ten Trends), but it has made a real impact for Spring 2011.  Transparency was seen all over the runways translated in several different variations. FLOWY CHIFFON TRANSPARENCY was biggest interpretation of this trend seen on the runways. Designers played up […]

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  5. TREND ALERT: ALL WRAPPED UP

    The Sche Report has spotted a new trend of wrapped harnesses in various forms seen on the Spring ’11 runways as well as the streets in Europe.  Designers from the likes of Michael Kors, Hermes, Lanvin, Rag & Bone and Temperley showed variations on the runway while trend setters such as Susie Bubble donned them […]

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  6. 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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  7. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #6 LIGHTWEIGHT LEATHERS

    Leather has been growing as a trend for the past several years, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere (sorry Vegan’s!).  This Fall we saw black leather used in various stylings of skirts, shorts, dresses and trousers.  This trend is continuing through Spring 2011;  however, the dynamics of the textile have changed quite a […]

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  8. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #7 UTILITARIAN DENIM

    The denim market has been over-saturated for quite sometime now, and designers and retailers have been looking for a new take on an old classic.  With the trends leaning towards the 1970′s and Utilitarian Minimalism, it was no surprise to see raw chambray like denim re-introduced on the runways for Spring.  The lightweight denim serves […]

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  9. TREND ALERT: The Apron Makes its Comeback

      With all the cooking that is going to take place on Thanksgiving tomorrow, we thought it would be appropriate to share the “Apron Moment” that happened on the Spring 2011 runways. Seems like a strange trend in the making, however several designers from all different genres incorporated aprons into their Spring Collections.  Apron sightings […]

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  10. SPRING/SUMMER 2011 TOP 10 TRENDS: #8 ASYMMETRY

    The Spring runways presented a myriad of trends encompassing many different references and moods.  A clear motif was seen in relation to linear silhouettes and a modern aesthetic.  As an offset to the Modern approach that Celine is spearheading, a new trend has been spotted that adds a subversive edge to linear shapes:  ASYMMETRY. Asymmetry […]

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