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Fall Trends: Hand in Glove

March 23, 2010
 Leather and ladylike gloves at Louis Vuitton.

Gloves make an exceptional comeback for fall 2010. Fashion week saw gloves in the shows of some of the hottest designers including Yves Saint Laurent, Derek Lam, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan and Prada. Rich leathers, cozy knits and jeweled gloves should make for a warm and chic seasonal accessory.

Carolina Herrera
Vera Wang
 Donna Karan
Max Mara
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Trend Report:: Spice Up Your Wardrobe

November 5, 2009
Jason Wu
Cayenne is hot at Jason Wu

Embrace the season of spring with a little bit of spice in your wardrobe. Spicy colors were dominant during the spring 2010 runway shows, with saffron, allspice, and cayenne pepper hues. On the runways of high-end fashion designers such as Fendi and Phillip Lim, it was apparent that a spice influenced wardrobe would be one of the hottest trends for spring.

Cinnamon spice is everything nice at Hermes.

Hermes’ sporty 2010 spring wardrobe, which was inspired by the sport tennis, showcased fabrics rich in hues of curry powder and cinnamon. Jason Wu, whose career taken off thanks to Michelle Obama, played with color throughout his spring 2010 collection. Wu’s collection featured a few skirts and a dress noticeably dyed in rich hues inspired by a mustard powder spice.

Carolina Herrera’s spring collection was illuminated with colors that were influenced by a few spices as well. Herrera incorporated designs with luxurious fabrics such as jacquard and satin in deeply saturated tones like pumpkin spice and nutmeg.

Jason Wu
Cutting the mustard at Jason Wu. 
Carolina Herrera
Pumpkin makes a statement at Carolina Herrera.

Whether you’re in the mood for a little curry or cinnamon spice, brighten your wardrobe this spring with a few dashes of spicy hues.

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