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  • VELVET SEASON

    Last fall was all about blue velvet, but for next season the plush, lustrous fabric warms up in sumptuous shades of peach, berry, deep ochre, lush olive and creamy ecru. …see more

  • DOWNTOWN JUNGLE

    Bright frankly-fake versions of leopards and zebras offer a fun-fur break from all the sumptuous naturals adorning the runways. Many of these use graphic black motifs against a day-glo ground, recalling …see more

  • STRIPE POWER

    Stripes are coming in from all directions for next fall. Mitered placements and sharp angles elevate the pattern from the classic to the unconventional. Uneven spacing, varied widths and vivid …see more

  • MORE YOUNG VICTORIANS

    PROPHESY/PROOF: Sometimes an influence continues to evolve for several seasons. Such is the case with the Victorian looks coming down the runways, a look identified in our Spring 18 Trend …see more

  • SCARF DANCE

    It was fitting that the Queen, with her famous love of scarves, was in the front row at Richard Quinn’s show. Quinn, the first recipient of Her Majesty’s British Design …see more

  • THE RIGHT FLUFF

    Fur trim is no longer just for outerwear. As seen in the current Norman Norell exhibit at The Museum at FIT,  the plush detail adds a sense of luxury to suits, blazers, …see more

  • LUXE LOUNGE

    Elevated PJ sets are all over NYFW, whether in shining satins, soft velvets, or rich silk jacquards and moires.  Mineral tones like burnt vermilion, raw sienna, malachite green and quartz …see more

  • WISTFUL WASHES

    Washed-out colors and ombré blurs provide a gentle artisanal mood for Fall. Bleached surfaces, dip-dyes, tie-dyes, acid-washed pigments and painted effects are used for everything from sturdy cotton outerwear and denim …see more

  • THE BIG COAT

    Statement coats rule the runways this season. In both Pre-Fall and Fall collections, the roomy outerwear piece emerges as a key item for both men and women. Long, almost-ankle lengths …see more

  • NUDE MEN

    Tom Ford kicked off New York Fashion Week with a luxurious take on bombers, truckers, puffers and cargo pants  — all executed in a mix of plush, shine and lounge-lizard motifs. …see more