Get ready to take some notes because New York Fashion Week showcased a bevy of cool color trends to look forward to come Fall 2013. Black and white hues are back — and better than ever thanks to designers like Helmut Lang, Tibi, and Proenza Schouler. Classic camel hues also dominated the runways, showing copious amounts of outerwear and separates from Derek Lam, J.Crew, and Rachel Zoe, while olive green made its mark on a range of military-inspired looks from Jason Wu and Prabal Gurung. See our complete color-trend breakdown right now.
In its wake, London Fashion Week has left us with some major trends to consider: brilliant prints, new favorite hues (like every shade of pink), and the bag to have from the British design-world heavyweights. The animal print dotting suits and coats everywhere from Burberry to Moschino and the deep red colors washed on Christopher Kane and Preen's confections are the stuff our Fall 2013 wardrobe dreams are made of. What else is on our watch list come Autumn? High-impact sheer at Tom Ford and Erdem, plus all the intricate prints at Peter Pilotto and beyond. But, there's more — all you need to know about the biggest trends straight from LFW is right here. Keep clicking for our full trend report.
— Additional reporting by Marisa Tom and Chi Diem Chau
Italian designers are known for their over-the-top designs, and in that regard, the Spring 2013 runways did not disappoint. For next season, high-shine sequins were out in full effect, covering everything from tops to pants. Whether you want a hint of sparkle with an embellished dress or want to invest in a high-impact piece — like an amazing sequined jacket — you're definitely going to want to get your hands on some sparkle for next Spring. See what we mean in this Milan Fashion Week trend report. On Allison McNamara: Topshop blazer, T+J Designs necklace.
Tonight's Emmy Awards red carpet was a lesson in color theory: celebrities brought out their best brights (and in some cases, moody hues) and gave us all a bit of inspiration when it comes to party dressing. For those of you who were planning to play it safe and stash your vivid hues away for the Fall months, pay attention: stars like Claire Danes and Julianne Moore proved just how eye-catching a pop of citron can be, while Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara showed us that a lovely seafoam or turquoise can be a welcome change from the season's deeper hues. And if you're wary of making waves in bold brights, you can always look to a classic Fall color like Bordeaux — as demonstrated by Jena Malone's Grecian-inspired J. Mendel gown. We've rounded up the three top color trends we spotted on the red carpet tonight and highlighted the stars that wore them well. Click through to see them now.
London Fashion Week has come to a close, and the bevy of printed, iridescent pieces on the runways definitely caught our eye. Burberry Prorsum, Jonathan Saunders, and Mulberry all proved that high-shine separates will be a must have for the Spring '13 season, and even more British designers delivered a slew of wild prints — covering everything from jackets to coats to handbags. Tune in to our trend report to hear more about the trends from across the pond. On Allison McNamara: Rebecca Taylor dress.
Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, and more designers had fun with classic stripes on the NYFW runways. From '60s-inspired graphic palettes to patriotic red, white, and blue, the offerings were sleek, polished, and perfect for the season. Get the scoop on Spring's stripes trend — and tips on how to wear it — in this NYFW Trend Report.
We're only weeks away from ushering in a new season — and the wardrobe that comes with it. The industry's best delivered a lineup of bright ideas and bold inspiration to get us in gear for Fall 2012, covering everything from luxe statement furs to slick leather, ladylike peplum, and a hint of the Far East. Now, we're prepping for the autumnal shift with a recap of the biggest trends that took the runways (and are about to takeover our closets). Consider this your all-encompassing guide to getting to the bottom of the season's top trends.
Spring is here! If you've been hanging out with us on the site lately, you've probably been up to your ears in Fall 2012 runway coverage, but it's time to put all that in the back of your head (we'll remind you next season) and focus on Spring 2012. The collections are hitting stores, the weather is changing, and it's time to assess your wardrobe to keep it fresh. We've culled the top trends from Fashion Week in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, and presented them here for you to look through. Plus, we've added an all-new shopping component: each trend has its own widget so you can shop the trend right this minute if you're ready. So clear your head; it's time to start thinking Spring.
Paris Fashion Week just wrapped up, marking an end to the fashion month festivities. Before bidding adieu to the gorgeous runway collections, we compiled all of the top trends we spotted on the runway. Designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Vanessa Bruno, and Chanel showed gorgeous metallic knits, while Balenciaga and Kanye West focused on the future. Want to get the complete Paris Fashion Week trend report? Just click the slideshow to see the top 10 burgeoning trends on the runway right now.
Milan Fashion Week showed some of the most stunning collections so far for Fall 2012. While designers like Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, and Pucci were all in an opulent state of mind — think brocade, jeweled embellishments, and lace — Bottega Veneta and Etro veered toward ladylike dressing via peplum pops. We also spotted an artillery of military influences and enough colorful statement fur to please every style personality. Just click the slideshow to get the complete breakdown of the top trends from Milan Fashion Week now.