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Print & Pattern

  • THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE

    Some of the best looks being shown for next Cruise channel a haute bourgeoisie look, replete with ladylike separates and status-scarf motifs. Gold jewelry is part of the look, as …see more

  • IT’S A MAD MOD WORLD

    Mrs. Prada showed her cruise collection in New York last night in a Prada-owned former piano factory, its huge windows covered by sheets of red plexiglass that tinted sunset views …see more

  • FALL INTO SPRING

    The collections may be for Fall-Winter 18, but all the florals say springtime. The runways are awash in splashy flower motifs of all kinds — watercolors, warp-prints, inky line drawings, …see more

  • TAILORED SCULPTURE

      Tailoring takes a sculptural turn for next fall. Arms are rounded, torsos are nipped, shoulders are draped and hips are molded. Fabrics with body are essential, often reinforced with …see more

  • WILD THINGS

      The leopard coat, an outerwear staple of fashion icons and influencers, emerges as a key item this season in a variety of iterations. Updated silhouettes include oversized duffels, trim trenches, …see more

  • STRIPE POWER

      Stripes are coming in from all directions for next fall. Mitered placements and sharp angles elevate the pattern from the classic to the unconventional. Uneven spacing, varied widths and …see more

  • PANTSUIT UPRISING

    Perhaps an even more effective statement than the all-black initiative at the recent Golden Globes, the pantsuits that adorned women on the Grammy Awards red carpet showed a spontaneous movement …see more

  • AMISH COUNTRY

      While a prim, buttoned-up Amish aesthetic has been around for a few seasons, the look is evolving with more color, more detail, and the emergence of folkloric print motifs …see more

  • MAD FOR PLAID

      Plaids lose their winter connotation and move boldly into spring. Runways are awash in yarn-dye suitings, plaid chiffon dresses, tartan coats, overprinted windowpane checks, plaids on the bias and …see more