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  • FLUO POWER

    If the recent menswear runways are any indication, fluorescent shades will be big for next Spring. Neon and nearly-neon brights showed up on sweatshirts, sweaters, woven tops and casual bottoms, …see more

  • KEEPING TRACK

    Tracksuits lose their tacky reputation and make a hipster-approved comeback. The new sets are made from tech fabrics or cotton blends, and get their newness from contrast details, cuff treatments …see more

  • OVER DRESSED

    The dress-over-pants look, long a favorite of bohemian girls who layer vintage dresses over jeans, gets a chic update for Resort. Any dress length will work, but most hit below …see more

  • SPLIT PERSONALITY

    The newest color-blocking is a simple two-color split. The effect can be as subtle as two shades of a single hue or as graphic as black-and-white. The duotone feature brings …see more

  • A BIT OF STRUCTURE

    In a movement away from all the big and slouchy carryalls or teeny-tiny “necklace bags”, the small and structured bag is looking just right. Big enough to make a statement …see more

  • AU NATUREL

    Nothing captures resort informality better than a billowy dress. For next season, designers propose effortless smocks and frocks in delicate shades of white and ecru, adding an unbleached purity to …see more

  • OF CORSET MATTERS

      Corset-lacing gained momentum in recent Fall collections. The decorative yet functional detail conjures both foundation garments and sport details (like the lacing on footballs or boxing gloves), making it …see more

  • THE RETURN OF P.I.B.

      Pants tucked into boots looks right again. The styling approach was recently dubbed PiB (Pants in Boots) by Man Repeller‘s blogger Anna Gray, who writes: “They make me think of …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