Trend Report FW2013: Winter White

November 4, 2013 by  
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It’s not the first time around we’ve seen this trend get big. Wasn’t it last year we told you all about how to wow in white during the winter season? Well, this season too white is the chicest shade in buy viagra the bunch, popping up at labels like Céline, Ferragamo, Derek Lam, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler and Valentino. It might not be the most practical look (one winter storm and you´re dressed in all gray), but you can make a real fashion statement by going for a full on white colored attire. That is dresses (Céline, McCartney), coats (Ferragamo, Mulberry, Proenza Schouler), pants (Derek Lam) and capes (Valentino). Oh and no need to stress about the shoes; there’s nothing wrong with wearing a pair of black, off white, brown or even gray pumps or ankle boots with it. Perfect for a day at the office, Christmas with the family or an original party look (how refreshing something other than a LBD=!). Just keep your winter color palette as clean and simple as possible (white, off white, beige, ivory etc.) and you’ll be a stunning Snow White for the next few months.

Trend Report FW2013: Walk on the wild side

November 1, 2013 by  
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Animal prints; no fashion season is complete without them. Whether we’re talking fall, winter, spring, summer, couture or resort. Not a designer out there that hasn’t yet taken a walk on the wild side. ‘Cause whether it’s a tiny leopard printed scarf or a full on zebra & snake look; every creative director seems to be bringing out his/hers animalistic side at a certain point. This fall the catwalks at brands like Burberry, DKNY, Tom Ford, Lanvin and Giambattista Valli turned into a jungle. We spotted giraffes (Burberry), leopards (Moschino Cheap & Chic, Diane von Furstenberg, Isabel Marant, Trussardi), snakes (Just Cavalli), but also birds no prescription viagra (Proenza Schouler) and beetles (Lanvin) at our style safari. If there ever was a moment to release your inner fashion beast, now is the time!

Trend Report FW2013: Print on Print on Print…

October 30, 2013 by  
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Checks, stripes, leopard, paisley or camouflage prints; for fall you can put them all in the mix. Wearing multiple print has been as thing for the past few seasons now, so for this season designers have been turning things up a notch. It’s no longer just about wearing multiple prints; it’s about generic viagra price wearing statement pieces in remarkable prints and outstanding colors. The options are endless; just have a look at Burberry, Comme des Garcons, Givenchy, Just Cavalli, Antonio Marras, Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui. No rules, no boundaries here. Just go for that careless, bohemian mix of influences and have a little (a lot of) fun. Suits, dresses, coats, skirts and don’t forget that pair of printed pants worn underneath of it. The upcoming months we’re wearing print on print on print..

Trend Report FW2013: Fall/Winter in bloom

October 28, 2013 by  
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They usually pop up in spring collections, but this season the floral print is just as big. Blugirl, Oscar de la Renta, Lanvin, Valentino and Louis Vuitton all put their fall / winter collections in bloom with gorgeous florals. No pastels or tropical hues here, designers mostly worked in a black, navy, grey, red color palette. Classic, English wall paper inspired roses were (digitally) printed on fancy frocks and suits. A dress with a bright red, orange and blue online pharmacy no prescription mirrored print simply was the show stopper of the Oscar de la Renta show. At Lanvin some looks had actual 3D flowers attached to them. At Valentino countless, dreamy floor sweeping floral printed dresses definitely swept us of our feet. And though the flowers at Vuitton may have been subtle, they sure made an impression. Let the romanticism sprout this season!

Trend Report FW2013: Statement Sweaters

October 25, 2013 by  
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If there was one piece of clothing worth investing over the last year it would have been the sweater and more specifically, the sweatshirt. Givenchy set the sweatshirt trend a few seasons ago and this fall it’s still popping up in countless streetwise collections. Designers are experimenting not only with color or print (if you’re not into Bambi the leopard print seems to be a smart option), but with architectural shapes, materials and graphic logo’s too, making the sweater into a fashion item for everyone’s taste. Now we all know the actual sweating part (thus sporting) has nothing to do with this hit item and even with indian pharmacy a common sweater you can join in on this trend. Just make sure to pair it with some type of skirt (as seen at Blugirl, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Hilfiger, Ungaro, Matthew Williamson, Kenzo, House of Holland and Philip Lim) to give it an extra feminine twist. Look super chic while hitting one of the upcoming holidays cocktail parties or just lounge about indoors in one of those comfy statement sweaters.

Trend Report FW2013: Pinstripe Parade

October 23, 2013 by  
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There’s nothing surprising about a woman dressed in a suit anymore. Us ladies have been borrowing clothes from the lads for ages now. But this season the menswear inspired tailoring is extra sharp! Designers from Yamamoto and McCartney to Ralph Lauren and Margiela all introduced the masculine inspired trend in a new and very feminine version. Now they may have opted for the typical (boring) business pinstripe generic viagra print, they did manage to turn it into the most wanted, extra elegant print on any woman’s fall fashion wish list. They showed the print on a jacket, combined with skirts, bare legs and high heels (Ferragamo), paired with nothing but some lingerie (Marc Jacobs) or a pair of shorts (Saint Laurent), sleeveless (Margiela), on sharply tailored suits (Moschino, Yamamoto) and last but not least used on unexpected fashion items like, dresses and thick winter jackets (Stella McCartney). These labels made it clear: you don’t have to look like a fella to join in on this pinstripe parade. Be inspired by our image gallery below, use your creativity and have a little feminine fun with it!

Trend Report FW2013: Powder Pink Coats

October 21, 2013 by  
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Every now and then a trend hits the surface of which you never, not in your wildest dreams, could have guessed it ever would be in fashion. This autumn it’s the powder pink coat that blew us all off our feet. It suddenly popped up in several major fashion shows like Dior, MiuMiu, Carven and Chanel and it wasn’t long after the fashion scene picked up on the trend and high street brands like Primark and Zara started producing their affordable version of get viagra the romantic statement coat. It might not be the most practical winter coat (cause how long exactly will that pastel pink stay so fresh and clean?). Yet it definitely is a welcome escape from those dark and moody black, gray, navy jackets we’ve all been wearing since.. well forever. Opt for short (Blumarine, Chanel, Dior) or long (Carven, MiuMiu, Mulberry). Combine with bare legs, matching pants of statement boots and just join this super sweet pink party.

Trend Report FW2013: Over the knee

October 20, 2013 by  
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They give you length and viagra online stores they’re super sexy, yet there is a trick to wearing over the knee boots the right way. This season every big designer, from Karl Lagerfeld to Peter Dundas, Donna Karan and Frida Gianni, are showing their way of how to rock the statement boot. Black leather at Chanel (patent leather that is) and DKNY, but colourful at Gucci and Pucci. Next to regular black leather, colored suede seems to be a success formula for this trend too. Especially when worn just a little on the loose side (as seen at Pucci). Combined with a skater skirt (not too short!) the boots form a truly on trend look, but they work perfectly with an oversize woollen dress too. Show a little leg or leave it up to your spectator’s imagination to guess where those sky high boots end. Oh and a skinny or a pair of thick tights will work as well. Just make sure this over the knee footwear gets all the attention it deserves, ‘cause these boots were not just made for walking…

Trend Report FW2013: Skater Skirts

October 16, 2013 by  
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The hemlines may have dropped a few inches into this season’s conservative midi skirt trend. Yet with the nineties inspired skater skirt hype there’s room to put some leg on display as well. The flared, fitted at the waist, often pleated (Blumarine) skirts cheap cialis uk popped up everywhere along the fall/winter collections. Unexpectedly even the chicest, classic brands opted for the playful piece of clothing. Now luckily there’s no need to go (figure) skating in this skirt style. It’s suitable for the chicest events, although you can wear it in a sporty or casual way too. Start with a simple black skirt and try a leather (Viktor & Rolf), pinstripe (Chalayan) or checked (Chanel. Anna Sui, Moschino Cheap & Chic) version once you’re adapted to the style. Combine them with over the knee boots (this season’s hottest footwear!) and perhaps a slouchy turtle neck sweater (Bellstaf). She was a skater girl…

Trend Report FW2013: Get your Tartan!

October 10, 2013 by  
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The tartan has proven to be the most versatile print of the season. It popped up on menswear inspired attires at Dolce & Gabbana, we saw different grunge versions appear at Saint Laurent and we got a more feminine/minimalistic vibe at Céline.
Yet many, many more designers interpreted the Scottish tartan in different ways, making the old school kilt fabric a true fall musthave.
Whether your sporting the check on an oversize shopping bag, a woolen winter coat or a skater or midi skirt; you can’t go wrong with this one.
Not the type to go for that typical statement, oversize, red and black (Terry Richardson) shirt? The color options are endless, though the light pink and blue tartan pieces seem to get the highest rate from the industry’s insiders.
And if one tartan creation isn’t enough; try mixing multiple checked items in one look, as seen at Céline and Stella McCartney. Get your tartan!

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