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  • GENTLE AUTUMN

    Florals, so key for spring, continue into Pre-Fall, recolored in warm yet gentle tones like apricot, honey, lilac, rose and buttercream. These prints are used for romantic dresses and separates, …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

  • 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

  • MORE & MOIRÉ

    Moiré, that weave or pattern with its distinctive woodgrain or “watered” effect, is making a subtle but strong impression for next season. Designers used it for matched sets, silky tops, …see more

  • BASKET CASE

      Wicker or straw basket bags are popping up on the runways in New York, and are seen carried by trendsetters on the street as well. Most are hard and …see more

  • Dad Socks Get Cool

      Although dad jokes and dad jeans are decidedly uncool, dad socks are having a moment. Socks that hit at mid-calf began to emerge on Fall 2017 runways and are …see more

  • Color Theory

    Paris designers indulge in the joys of color this season. Although each hue is beautiful on its own, it is the placement of whitened pastel against pigmented bright against soft cosmetic tone …see more

  • Logo Love

    The beloved YSL motif is back, heralding a return to logomania. Logos appear in fanciful applications in Paris this season — beaded, bejeweled, as ironic logo-tape or cleverly fashioned into a signature heel.

  • Fringe Binge

    Fringe trims grow into long silky strands, bringing movement and boho allure to tops, dresses, skirts and accessories.

  • The Age of Collage

    Milan designers embrace pastiche this season, as a range of disparate references, from active sport to 70s hippie to 18th century rococo to marabou nighties, come together in exuberant eclectic mixes.