Minggu, 20 Februari 2011

fashion trends chicago

Some great fashion trends to keep an eye

Tommy Hilfiger: Great menswear pieces that incorporated layering with jackets, turtle necks and a prepster feel.

Jean Paul Gaultier: Incredible Russian and Asian themed patterns and layered looks with tribal detailed touches. Headwraps were innovative and added in with metallic finishes.

Sportmax: This line highlighted Mod style mini shift dresses, fitted mod style jackets and some interesting patchwork detailing.

Hugo Boss: This is definitely a line every man who wants to look good should shop for. The looks were very "Mad Men" tailored, 60’s inspired clean cut trenches and checked looks within the suiting. One of the hottest fabrics for the fall definitely was velvet. Color trends included neutrals and tans.

Sonia Rykiel: She incorporated menswear inspired womens wear into the mix. The line had a retro feel to it and found object jewelry was a must have from her line. She gave a new breath to the LBD by incorporating layering and interesting draping effects.

Cavalli: The Cavalli line was incredibly elegant, but with a Bonnie and Clyde affect. The stylings screamed western wear hippie inspired. Denim, leather and chintzy florals all mixed to create a perfect fall look. Military jackets added a bit of toughness to the feminine feel of the line.

Marc Jacobs:The dramatic set of the line almost felt like a scene out of Gossip Girl. The fashions were prepster boarding school girl meets upper east side sexpot. It had some headmaster feel with jacket and skirt suits. He also added a bit of tongue in cheek flare with a 1970’s feel of the cuts and patterns such as: chevrons and wide leg trousers.

Issey Miyake: This line showcased looks that were preppy funk with a little bit of punk rock added. Some of my favorite looks included: draped onsies in soft fabrics and harem pants. The draping and cuts of the looks were avante garde, but still very wearable.

About the Show:

A night of fashion and music benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.

Macy’s will once again set the stage in style with a fashion and entertainment extravaganza that fuses famed musical headliners with the latest fashion collections from American, European and Contemporary Designers.

Be sure to explore ticket prices that included access to our elaborate post party! See how the historic Macy’s on State Street is transformed into the hottest party of the season.

fashion trends chicago
fashion trends chicago


fashion trends chicago
fashion trends chicago
fashion trends chicago
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