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Liquid Metals

2020 December 22

This holiday season, be illuminated in poured-on metallic looks. High-shine lamés, treated fabrics, sequins, and satins are used to create the “liquid” monochromatic look. From jumpsuits to full length dresses, every melted metal piece becomes a festive statement. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Andrew Gn and Raisa Vanessa show their own glistening versions on the runway. See below for our favorite stand-out looks.

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Maxi Coat

2020 December 14

During these unprecedented hard times, everyone could use a coat that’s extra comforting and cozy. From puffers to faux fur, oversized proportions on jackets are a must right now. Designers like Bottega Veneta, Max Mara and Dolce & Gabbana show their versions of floor-length, mega-sized outerwear. See below our favorite maxi coat runway looks.

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Modern Equestrian

2020 October 8

A sensational way to move into fall/winter 2020 is with an elegant, updated equestrian look. Details like knee-high boots, leather accents, and sharp tailoring make it a polished and sophisticated cold-weather look: a perfect contrast to the lackluster exhausted loungewear style. Designers like Hermes, Chanel and Tory Burch used these equine details for their runway collections- see below for some of our favorites.

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The Color of the Summer – PINK

2020 June 19

A color most often associated with being sweet, innocent, and romantic, pink is being rebranded this summer as a powerful shade for strong women, and is quickly becoming one of the hottest colors for Summer 2020. Fashion houses like Valentino, Balmain, and Balenciaga created bold but feminine runway looks by using all shades of pink. Daring fashion lovers can make a statement in a head to toe pink-shock look, as seen on Valentino’s runway, or they can pick one stand-out piece like Jacquemus’ oversized pepto-pink dad blazer. See below all of our favorite pink runway looks.

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Not your Grandpa’s Vest

2020 June 11

Vests, once upon a time known as “waistcoats,” are back in all forms and shapes. Multiple labels such as Adeam, Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, and Etro featured the trendy layering element in their S/S 2020 shows. From traditional suiting fabric to sheer organza and denim, there is something to fit every fashion taste. It’s a great transition piece because it can either be worn over a dress or top, or it can be worn on its own for a more sultry vibe, as styled by Saint Laurent’s runway look. See below for a smattering of some of our favorite new takes on the vest idea.

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The Bra Top

2020 June 3

From international runways to the streets of fashion capitals, the brave fashion pioneers are loving this new trend. The exposed bra is the ultimate crop top and was embraced by design houses such as Alberta Ferretti, Dion Lee, Dolce & Gabbana and Tom Ford for their S/S 20 collections. To match every personal comfort level, the bra top can also be worn under an oversized blazer or any other layering item to minimize the bare skin exposure. For the more daring fashion lover, most bra tops come with a matching bottom item to make it a head-to-toe look. Choose your own level of comfort and get inspired by our favorite exposed bra top looks below.

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The Bermuda Short

2020 May 15

Usually shorts aren’t considered to be one of the more exciting separates, but the Bermuda short is the newest game changer, and a top trend for summer/ fall transition. The wide legged, knee length high waisted short is flattering and extremely versatile- and it’s even office-approved because of its modest fit. Designers such as Alberta Ferretti, Bottega Veneta and Ryan Roche showed their own takes on this idea which ranged from a leather version to some done in denim and in colorful plaid. There is a Bermuda style for every occasion and need. See below for some of our favorite looks.

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The New Old-Fashioned: Gingham!

2020 April 27

Gingham has been around for centuries and became an iconic Americana pattern after Dorothy sported it in The Wizard of Oz. The preppy print seems to come back around every spring/summer season, but this year designers are using bold and popping colors to make it a new wardrobe eye-catcher. In addition to the bright colors, designers are using structured and power-forward silhouettes to further reinvent the head-to-toe gingham look. Scroll through our favorite runway looks below.

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Dreaming of Paradise

2020 April 20

With much of the world currently stuck at home with nowhere to go to, we are imagining a place far, far away where we can leave our worries behind – our own little tropical paradise. The paradise theme was one of the Spring/Summer 2020 trends that seems especially relevant now, and was embraced by fashion’s biggest designer houses, including Versace, Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana and Jeremy Scott. Their runway looks showed an array of tropical and botanical prints in all sorts of colors, leaving us with happy, positive feelings that we’re attempting to recreate now, in hopes of more serene and lovely days ahead. Until then, let these styles be your inspo for your next vacation (whenever it may be), or achieve an at-home staycation chill vibe with a take on one of these looks.

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Getting Cozy

2020 April 3

With more than half of Americans under a “stay at home” order, athleisure fashion by way of sweats has returned as the steady choice for most. In recent years, fashion saw a rise in the hangout-meets-exercise gear trend due to changing consumer behaviors, and now in these uncertain times, values and priorities have again shifted from maximum effort to staying comfortable while remaining out of the public eye. The changes can also be seen on runways. Designers like Balenciaga, Tommy Hilfiger, Iceberg and House of Holland have featured sweats in their newest spring/summer 2020 collection. Below are our favorite leisurewear looks.

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