Other than a fun and breezy outfit, a necessity for the summertime is definitely the perfect pair of sunglasses. From circles and flowers to pentagon and bug eyes, there is a wide variety of classic and wild shades to fit any personality. Here are some of my favorites from the runway this past fall:
This season, other than wearing camo colors, opt for the most feminine color, pink! From a soft cotton candy to bright neon lipstick, pink really shone through as a prominent color this season in everything from strong, sharp suits to soft ruffled dresses empowering your femininity. Here are some of the looks from the runway this past fall:
For this spring season, seven trends that you cannot go without are the little white dress, military-inspired pieces, under garments as outerwear, bright suits, scissor slits, the new trench, and threadbare.
1. The Little White Dress
Jeremy Scott has always been a great designer combining great fashion with the kid in everyone having tapped into the Flintstones for inspiration for his collection for the Spring 2010 season. His Fall 2010 collection looks “normal” compared to Jeremy Scott‘s previous collections with a mostly black palette. I adore his work and here are my favorite pieces from the collection:
Karlie Kloss (NEXT)
Prior to his tragic death, Alexander McQueen‘s fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear collection was about 80% completed. According to his right hand person, Sarah Burton, he turned away modern technology for inspiration.
She said, “He wanted to get back to the handcraft he loved, and the things that are being lost in the making of fashion. He was looking at the art of the Dark Ages, but finding light and beauty in it. He was coming in every day, draping and cutting pieces on the stand.”
Presented in Paris in February, the show ended with “Each piece is unique, as was he.” Here are the 16 pieces from his final collection:
Alla Kostromicheva (WOMEN)