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Breaking Trends: MFW Fall 2016 Moschino

In Breaking Trends, Fashion, What's New by samuel

Milan 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. Moschino Jeremy’s Scott’s Fall ’16 collection for Moschino wasn’t short of full entertainment and excitement in the accessories category! Scott’s models, …

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Breaking Trends: MFW Fall 2016 Trussardi and Bottega Veneta

In Breaking Trends, Fashion, What's New by samuel

Milan 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. Trussardi Paying homage to traditional menswear looks was Gaia Trussardi’s vision for her Fall 2016 collection. Pieces consist of oversized knits, …

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Spring 2015 Runway Wrap: Key Accessories from NY, London, Milan, Paris

In Directions Trend Forecasting, Industry News, What's New by Lauren Parker

What were the key accessories on the NY, London, Milan & Paris Spring 2015 runways? Accessories Directions Trend Forecasting—the industry’s only all-accessories trend forecasting service—brings you fast and accurate coverage of Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Month with the must-have accessories, broken down by city. In this 50-page downloadable report, our editors …

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Spring 15 Breaking Trend: Denim

In Breaking Trends, What's New by Lauren Parker

Spring 15 Fashion Month–There was so much denim on the runway, it was clear that designer were showing what good “jeans” they have. Mostly 70s-inspired, denim’s easy vibe got updated to high design. Look for varied washes, embroidery and patchwork. Top from left: Vanessa Bruno, Stella McCartney, Gucci. Bottom from …

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Spring 15 Breaking Trend: Rainbow

In Breaking Trends, What's New by Lauren Parker

Spring 15 Fashion Weeks–There were rainbows and sunrises/sunsets all over the runways, proving that designers are the eternal optimists, no matter what’s happening in the world. From rising and setting suns to sequin and lace stripes, designers showed rainbows in saturated and pastel hues. Top from left: Mara Hoffman, Dries …