There are just a few more days left of Fall 2011 New York Fashion Week, and one trend that's been going strong is vivid, richly-hued eye makeup colors. Seen on the runways of Honor, Ruffian, Thakoon, Charlotte Ronson, and Yoana Baraschi, the look has featured powerful palettes of bold coral, intense peach, fiery red, and even a little bright purple-pink. Find out how to try the edgy style now when you read more.
We're just about halfway through Fall 2011 New York Fashion Week, and we've already noticed a few trends emerging. More on that later, but first, let's see some highlights from day four. From elegant vintage-looking hair and makeup as seen at Lela Rose (pictured here), to bold, geometric shapes and color, be sure to tell us which ones top your list of favorites.
While sister Nicky opted to wear a fun Tibi dress to the The Good Life photograph event, Paris Hilton chose to show up in head-to-toe white. In fact, she wore the same origami-detailed Yoana Baraschi dress that Halle Berry wore last week while running errands in LA. Halle went the more casual route and chose to mix it up by wearing red flip-flops and an ivory Versace bag. Which look are you digging more — Halle's casual femme or Paris's matchy white on white?
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Halle Berry's leather hobo bag looked so familiar; it's the one Gisele Bundchen carried in Versace's colorful Spring ads! The actress hung around scorching LA in an origami-detailed white Yoana Baraschi sundress, red flip-flops, and those famous Tom Ford sunnies that are still going strong in the celebrity world. I love the ethnic effect her stacked bead bracelets provide.
Rachel Bilson loves her boots. While out shopping with her friends, she stuck to what she knows best: a cute lantern-sleeve Hanii Y jacket, white jeans, nude boots, and a Zac Posen bag. A quintessential R Bils look, the petite actress is laid-back and stylish. I admire her wearing white despite the season.
Hello woman! I know I'm not alone in my excitement about Fall's sophisticated, ladylike offerings. If you were always a trapeze dress hater, find your salvation in tailored dresses.While volume was definitely a player on the runways, so was a streamlined look. As we learned from America Ferrera, you don't have to be rail thin to work a tailored frock - another downside of the trapeze silhouette. (Obviously I'm an advocate here) - a tailored dress is classic, a staple every wardrobe should have. With the 50s style vibe these deliver, have fun with your face and play up with bright red lips or smoky eyes. Smokin'!