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Blooming Boho

Spring 2015 runways paid homage to the late 1960s and early 1970s with new colors and brilliant patterns. Hippie style is back with full force. Bold, psychedelic designs feel fresh again, updated with an amalgamation of multiple prints and textures. Flowing chiffon dresses in bright, swirling patterns reminiscent of the period graced the runways of …

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Coming up Roses

While the rest of the world is still enduring the harsh winter weather, the fashion world has turned full bloom looking forward to spring. Once again, floral has popped up as a major trend for this spring season. Red will be the “it” color for Spring 2015 and designers can’t seem to get enough of …

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All Lined Up

Stripes are taking on a new shape this season as designers transform the traditional favorite for Spring 2015. Color blocked patterns of multicolored stripes feel young and fresh and were taking over the Spring 2015 runways. Casual jersey looks are perfect for that spring break getaway, like the midi dresses from Stella McCartney in bold …

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Retro Flashback

Every year designers look to the past for inspiration, taking the best from one decade and applying certain characteristics to their current collections. The 1960s are feeling pretty groovy to many designers this season as the runways for Spring 2015 had neo-retro vibes. Floral, ’60s-inspired prints graced the runways at Marni, Marc Jacobs and Mary …

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Khaki is the New Black

Khaki is giving black a run for its money as designers are showcasing it as the new neutral for the Spring 2015 season. It’s surprisingly so versatile, it may just replace that favorite black piece you thought would never go out of style. The trench is a spring staple. We’re seeing khaki versions from The …

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Wild Flower Power

We are seeing a resurgence of retro in fashion for Spring 2015, and with it comes the wild floral prints of the ’60s and ’70s. They have, of course, been updated for this century, and designers have taken the femininity of floral and exaggerated it for Spring 2015. Thom Browne’s bright and bold separates look …

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Flying High

This year’s Fall/Winter collections are all about furs, and designers are using them to create a plethora of takes on the classic bomber jacket. Many designers have played with scale for this trend, showing an oversized variation of the aviation style. Designers such as Sacai, Niel Barrett, Burberry Prosum, Emlio Pucci and Ralph Lauren all …

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Fully Saturated

The 2014 Fall/Winter season is full of super saturated hues that can’t help but be noticed. Designers are creating a collage of color for the season, drawing from all ends of the color spectrum. Narciso Rodriguez’s bright orange/red and camel coat and the oversized hot pink and army green jacket from Altuzarra create a fabulous …

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Into the Groove

As the hit TV show Mad Men draws on its final season, it’s clear designers have become nostalgic for the time the show so elegantly embodies with its style. The 1960s were a time of reinvention with a free-spirited nature. The mix of psychedelic and geometric prints from the decade have hit the runways hard …

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Orange is the New Black

Designers must be just as obsessed with the hit Netflix show as the rest of us, because orange is back as a fall staple for the Autumn/Winter 2014 season. From causal to couture, Pantone’s bright orange hue 17-1462 is hitting the runways and the streets hard this season. Casual looks range from John Richmond’s graphic …

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