It?s one of the hottest New York Fashion week this fall/winter 2012-2013 as designers bring out their best collections on the runway. Every look is to-die-for. Each piece is a trend set to wow the crowd. The fashion dictation is truly in. The season is overflowing with high end anti-freeze fashion in grand, ladylike,?accessorized?and no fuss ensembles that rock the year out loud.
Marc Jacobs had his models walk the runway in layers, overstated shapes and animated embellishments. All in all, the granny get-up brought out a conservative version of the ultimate feminine look- a little too restrained yet seriously sophisticated.? Oscar de la Renta filled his collection with fluffy sweaters and looped up crochet shawls.
Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Oscar de la Renta?Fall/Winter 2012/2013
The great thing about fashion is how it gives a twist to a tend every time it goes back in the radar. For this season?s military special, the rule is to keep it fresh, modern, and most of all, minimal. The way to do it is to wear pieces that are not so blingy and more functional as shown in the amazing collection of Proenza Schouler.
Proenza Schouler Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Not the girl with the seven dwarves but the winter wonderful white itself, the trend is as pure as innocence in dainty stitching and a flair for looking luxurious. This proves how the fashion industry hasn?t had enough of last season?s whites and brings it back in current laidback eveningwear style like Derek Lam?s idea of luring women away from their little black dresses to make space in their closets for an LWD.
Derek Lam Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Black isn?t gone at all. Nothing compares to the sleek, unadorned black from top to toe as seen in Underworld. Since New York fashionistas love to wear the black-out trend, this season offers styles like DKNY?s simple, streamlined and big shoulder looks.
DKNY Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Wild Cat Hunt
If you think it?s safari, think again. New York Fashion Week fall/winter 2012-2013 collections don?t exclude animal prints. In fact, there are animal print knits for the season but designers have a knack for checks lately. Time to go hunting in the urban jungle or the actual wilderness in riveting reds and ostentatious oranges all primped up for knits and tweeds. Michael Kors prides himself with these warm hues while Ralph Lauren makes the most of his usual casual street designs that are low key but refined for anyone planning to venture out to who-knows-where.
Michael Kors Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Ralph Lauren Fall/Winter 2012/2013
Looks at Fashion week have gone international. The inspirations come from different parts of the world and all together they produce an exciting display of vintage glamour in the form of appliqu?s, embroideries and fabric patterns. Marchesa favored dramatic fur that purrs its way on the catwalk and into the wardrobes of fur lovers.
Marchesa Fall/Winter 2012/2013
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