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An array of sunshine: Inject your summer wardrobe with some warm, bright yellow

The spring/summer catwalks were awash with this vibrant shade. There are many different shades of yellow, ranging from ice-cream yellow pastels to warmer mustard tones.

Nada: Forays into Fashion's Future

Sophie von Oswald Fashion Trendsetter
Nada: Forays into Fashion's Future

From Rodarte to Dior and Erin Fetherston to Prada, designers are creating new contexts in which to present their collections by departing from the traditional runway show.


Summer Makeup Trend: Silver Eye Shadow

Recreate this runway beauty look and reveal an inner glow

Fall/Winter 2010-2011 Fashion Trends

Androgynous women seem to be the inspiration for fashion designers for fall/winter 2010-2011. So, don't throw away your famous trench coat or the military jacket as they are going to last the next season too. Black office outfits, boyfriend blazer...


Bow down to the hair trend

HAIR bows are hot right now.

Trend Report: Rastafarian Clothing

Stir it up with Irie wear in the colors of the Jamaican flag


Trendy Prints in Your Closet for 2010

Printed clothes bring fun and excitement even to neutral-toned outfits. Funky patterns and prints flatter your whole appearance and transform you into a chic diva. Trendy prints are indispensable staples that give emphasis and style to every outfit.

Trend Report: Western Wear

Kate Lanphear ELLE
Trend Report: Western Wear

Designers stamped their brands with sexy fringe, studs, suede, and Navajo accessories


Tribal Statements

LaurenScruggs MyItThings.com
Tribal Statements

Tribal statements are interesting because they are so natural, yet bright colors are part of their palette. The style requires mindless effort: go with the flow, throw on what feels right, whether it seems to match or not.

Trend: Fifties Sense

Venessa Lau Wmagazine.com
Trend: Fifties Sense

The fall runways were one big glamorous affair to remember.


One woman, one dress, one crusade

Sophia Kercher Los Angeles Times
One woman, one dress, one crusade

A New Yorker sets out to wear a single garment style every day for a year, changing just the accessories, as a model for sustainable fashion. Oh, and she blogs about it, of course.

Get the tribal look for spring/summer 2010

If you are a minimalist, you may want to turn the page now. If, on the other hand, you are – like me – someone who recoils in the face of minimalism, and looks like a corpse if you come within a few feet of beige, read on, because this trend is de...


Runway Floral Fashion For Less

Irinaark MyItThings.com
Runway Floral Fashion For Less

We’ve all seen the bright and vibrant floral patterns all over the runway this spring, from DKNY to Chanel to Dolce and Gabbana, featured everywhere from Vogue to Elle Magazine. We’re all about getting that runway look for less- and loving it!

Pastel tones are bang on trend

GIRLIE pastels are big news for spring with delicate lilacs and soft greens among the on-trend shades.


Everybody Who’s Anybody Wore Denim Cut Off Shorts To Coachella

Coachella – the music festival where celebs and hipsters hang out on a lawn, listen to music and pretend they’re at Woodstock, saw a lot of denim cut off shorts this year.

Fall 2010's Top Backstage Beauty Trends

Celia Ellenberg Style.com
Siri Tollerød

Keep it simple, keep it low-maintenance, and, when in doubt, keep it close to Kate Moss. That seemed to be the prevailing wisdom among the hair and makeup teams working on the Fall collections. But amid the minimalist maquillage, there were some f...


The line-up: Short suits

Stay smart over the summer months with our pick of the best short suits. Styling: Helen Seamons, Grooming: Juliana Sergot using MAC and Kiehl's, Model: Adrienn at Elite

Ping, a "social networking garment" makes Facebook wearable

Benny Evangelista San Francisco Chronicle
Ping, a "social networking garment" makes Facebook wearable

Can't live without Facebook access everywhere you go? Just slip on one of these slinky hoodies and you're instantly connected, sending updates to friends with a wave of your hand.


Dutch fashion designers Viktor Horstin, left, and Rolf Snoeren, right, as they look over one of their creations modeled by Kristen McMenamy

Among the more avant-garde looks shown on the runways of New York, London, Paris and Milan was one that seems ho-hum in real life: gray hair.

10 Haute designer looks for less

Rebecca Waldron SheKnows.com
10 Haute designer looks for less

Ever stand at the window of an haute boutique and drool over the luxe bounty? We have, too. But those prices are just whack! We ferreted out some hot spring fashions, then found a totally cute (if not identical) swap for less. So you can save and ...



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