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NYFW SPRING/SUMMER 2017 BREAKING TRENDS: MARC JACOBS, RODARTE AND BROOKS BROTHERS

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New York  – Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the S/S 2017 runway, all filtered through the accessories lens.  To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here. MARC JACOBS Marc Jacobs’ collection for spring 2017 had an over-the-top approach to the club and disco youth culture, with …

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NYFW SPRING/SUMMER 2017 BREAKING TRENDS: TORY BURCH, DELPOZO AND ANNA SUI

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New York  – Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the S/S 2017 runway, all filtered through the accessories lens. To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here.   TORY BURCH Tory Burch’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection had a fun and preppy approach to her women’s wear line. Playing with …

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SPRING/SUMMER 2017 BREAKING TRENDS: VICTORIA BECKHAM, JEREMY SCOTT AND PROENZA SCHOULER

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New York  – Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the S/S 2017 runway, all filtered through the accessories lens. To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here. VICTORIA BECKHAM Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2017 collection was all about relaxed feminine dressing. With materials such as silk and velvet, Beckham …

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NORDSTROM TEAMS UP WITH J.CREW

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Nordstrom is continuing its successful tactic of partnering with other retailers for in-store, limited collection. Starting September 12th,Nordstrom (select full-line stores and Nordstrom.com) will sell an edited collection of the J.Crew Collection. The assortment will include women’s apparel and accessories, with petites sold online only. The pieces will be merchandised …

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BREAKING TRENDS: FALL 2016 COUTURE J. MENDEL & CHRISTIAN DIOR

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Paris, Fall 2016 Couture  – Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the Fall 2016 Couture runway shows, all filtered through the accessories lens.  To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here. J. MENDEL J. Mendel’s Fall 2016 Couture collection drew inspiration from the geometric structures of both Paris …

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Visit ATS for F/W 16 Trend Vignettes by Accessories Magazine

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Want the latest trend information for Fall before you shop the May accessories shows this Monday? AccessoriesTheShow (ATS) and Accessories Magazine are joining forces again to help retailers best target their buys. Designated Fall/Winter 2016-17 trend vignettes will offer exhibitors and attendees an enhanced trend and buying experience at the …

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Breaking Trends: LFW Fall 2016 Christopher Kane and Burberry

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London Fashion Week–Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the Fall/Winter 2016 runways, all filtered through the accessories lens.  To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here. Burberry Burberry’s chief creative officer Christopher Bailey, distinctly payed tribute to David Bowie in his Fall ’16 collections. With a …

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Accessories Council Inducts Luxottica Luxury Retail’s Ed Jankowski into Hall of Fame

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Ed Jankowski, who leads Luxottica’s North American Luxury Retail division, received the Accessories Council’s Hall of Fame Award last night. The ceremony followed the Accessories Council’s first ever Accessories Summit, held at L.I.M. College. “Ed Jankowski embodies all of the characteristics that our Hall of Fame awards were intended to …