lunes, 15 de agosto de 2011

Fall Fashion Trends 2011

Mod SquadSpring may have been more ‘70s than a conversation pit, but this season designers looked to the ‘60s, specifically the decade’s Mod styles. The era’s hallmarks, from Peter Pan collars to patent shifts and double-breasted peacoats, all made an appearance.Alberta Ferretti.(left)

     Louis Vuitton

Liquid Assets
Some of the season’s best looks dripped with languid, liquid shine. It came in the familiar form of cocktail dresses at Balmain and Calvin Klein, as well as in unexpected places (see: Alexander Wang’s poncho and Stella McCartney’s gilded take on the football jersey.)
                           Balmain.                                               Calvin Klein

Graphic Art
Libertine started off the craze in New York with a defining use of bold mixed prints. The ensuing weeks saw a flurry of geometric patterns from the likes of Marni, Dries van Noten and Prada.

                                                                        Proenza Schouler


Technicolor Dreamcoats
Coats came in a rainbow of shades, from tomato red at Proenza Schouler to gold from The Row and deep violet at YSL.

                      Rochas                                              Versace

Amazing Lace
As delicate as its reputation, lace took on a whole new persona for fall with a less pretty and more powerful presence. Take Erdem, whose Pollock-like prints were darkened with an appliqué overlay or Lanvin's heavy-duty head-to-toe motifs.

Stella McCartney

                         Lanvin                                                                                                                      Dolce & Gabbana

Going Rouge
If there was one color message that stood out above all the rest, it was red. Shades of scarlet, cardinal and vermilion were everywhere, whether it was Michael Kors’ furs, a classic Chanel jacket, or a sparkling Dorothy-style skirt at Rodarte.

Michael Kors                                      Rodarte

A Maxi Moment
Go long. That was the directive for fall, as runway-sweeping skirts – some enlivened with trains or slits – ruled.

 Carolina Herrera                                                                            Ralph Lauren´

Garden Variety
Flowers are a common spring sight, but this fall designers splashed the print on cold-weather clothes too, whether in the form of dandelions at Miu Miu, Jil Sander’s colorful daisies, or Ming vase-inspired patterns from Mary Katrantzou.

                     Jil Sander                                     

Haute Spot
Fall’s MVP (Most Valuable Print, that is?) The peppy polka dot, which made a return on retro dresses, tops, hats – even tights.
                                                      Lanvin                                    Dolce & Gabbana

White Swan
Everything from outerwear to dresses came in snowy shades, giving new meaning to the term "winter white."

                                                               Isabel Marant
              Yves Saint Laurent     
Burberry Prorsum


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