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Wild Wild West

2020 March 10

Saddle up for one of summer’s most versatile trends: western wear. Ever since the anthem “Old Town Road” took over airwaves last year, the country look has trickled back into fashion and is heading toward obsession-levels for 2020. With elements such as fringe, holsters, and cow prints on everything from western shirts to prairie dresses, designers were riding the western wear wave for their shows, and both low and high retailers are now offering up the idea. Whether going for a head-to-toe cowgirl vibe or just incorporating a piece into a standard outfit, there are lots of ways to giddy up.

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Summer Leather

2020 February 28

Leather and all its faux variations are having a moment for summer! Colorful and punchy head-to-toe looks ruled the runways from designers including Sally LaPointe, Adeam, Givenchy, House of Holland and Tod’s. Leather-accentuated styles in both soft silhouettes and with clean lines helped keep the idea modern and feminine. Below are some of our favorite spring/summer bold faux leather looks.

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The Victorian Revival

2020 February 14

This spring, fashion references eras of long ago with the revival of Victorian style. Big houses like Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Marc Jacobs drew inspiration from both the Edwardian and Victorian periods for their latest spring/summer collections. From voluminous leg o mutton sleeves to high neck collars and accentuated waists, the flare from the late 1800s and early 1900s can be spotted on dresses and blouses made modern with other updates. See below for our favorite looks.

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Fluff your Ruffles

2020 February 7

Ruffles were one of the most incorporated trims used in styles shown on runways for spring/ summer: designers like Christopher Kane, Erdem and MSGM made use of the expressive volume-adders, giving a playful and chic charm to their designs. From asymmetrical hems to necklines, there seem to be no rules on the placement or amount of ruffles that can enhance a garment, as long as they make a fashion statement. Below are some of our favorite looks using the trend.

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The Peplum returns!

2020 January 31

From casual street styles to fancier evening wear, peplum hems in all sorts of incarnations are back for the spring/summer season. Designers like Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, and Michael Kors incorporated the peplum silhouette into their newest runway creations. From soft and flowy to structured and pleated, peplums can be a classy component on a skirt, blouse or fitted blazer. The overskirt flatters every shape by accentuating the nipped waist and curvaceous lines of the mid-body. See below our favorite peplum designs from runways below.

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Seeing Spots

2020 January 24

Polka dots have returned for spring/ summer with updated features. To keep the classic pattern interesting and fresh, design houses like Richard Quinn and Balenciaga created new versions of the dot print by pairing multiple dot sizes, abstracting the shape of the dot, or creating contrast within the colors of the dot and the background. See some of our favorite polka dot looks from runways below.

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Chained Waist

2020 January 17

Chain belts are having a notable comeback after being popularized in the 90s by Chanel, when top models strutted the catwalk with gold multi chains hanging from their hips. This time around there are innumerable varieties of chain belts like rhinestone-bedazzled and coin-embellished to 70’s-inspired versions, slinky snake-like styles, and even simple wrap chains with dangling charms. It’s the newest accessory to glam up high-waist jeans, a fitted dress, or to elevate any look to the next level. Here are some of the best chain belts we’ve seen on modern runways.

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Puffer Zone

2019 December 31

It’s the season when blizzards and thunderstorms are upon us, and fashion’s best solution to this weather is the puffer jacket. Even for climates not inundated by sleet and snow, this classic cushioned jacket still has a welcome place. What used to be a mostly practical garment for keeping warm and protecting from the wet has now become a stylish new must-have. This year there are puffers for everyone. From cropped to color blocked, and printed to head-to-toe pvc, there are no limits to the designs involved in creating these perfect puffers. Choose your favorite from our top runway picks.

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The Holiday Sparkle

2019 December 19

This year’s holiday fashion motto should be something like “more is more.” From shimmering lamé to sparkly sequins and rhinestone embroidery, decadent details are what this season is all about. The idea was presented on runways in nearly every shape imaginable: puff sleeved mini dresses, high-rise flared bottoms, jacket & pantsuits; the goal is to shine in an array of ways, no matter what. Find your inspiration from the runway below- and happy holiday sparkle to you and yours!

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Mock Croc

2019 December 10

Crocodile continues to be a luxury fashion favorite for handbags and shoes, but with the emergence of new styles in artificial fabrications, along with an increasing awareness of animal rights, the idea is no longer just for the accessory world. Designers such as Versace, Tods, Max Mara and Tibi showed their versions of mock croc garments during Fall/Winter ’19 runway shows to an esteemed reception. The embossed, textured material made to look like crocodile leather is an eye catcher and adds a lavish and exotic touch to every look. From a faux trench to a basic mock croc skirt, there is something for everyone, whether a head-to-toe croc effect or just a touch of the trend is desired. See a variety of mock croc styles for inspiration below.

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