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  • STRING THEORY

    Crochet, which started edging its way in a year ago, is in full expression on New York runways this week. Crochet, pointelle and other openwork stitcheries are used for midi-dresses, …see more

  • WORKNIKS PROPHESY-PROOF

    By Zach Brock Prophecy>Proof: MintModa’s forecasts for FW18 have come to fruition! The Workniks TrendTale accurately anticipated what the fashion conoscenti are wearing this fall. This style sector places an emphasis …see more

  • GO WITH THE FLUO

    Early indications in New York this week signal that fluorescents rule for next spring. Some of the freshest looks had the glowing hues placed against not-so-neon brights or nude-toned neutrals. …see more

  • PURE ACTIVE

    White looks right for activewear. All kinds of tech materials are layered in active separates: hooded parkas and knitted mesh tops are detailed with crisp cargo pockets, tape trims and …see more

  • BIG SLOUCH

    Big giant sweaters were a thing in Cruise/Resort collections, and we are seeing more of them on the women who walked the runways in recent menswear shows. The sweaters can …see more

  • MAGENTA MEETS LIME

    In fashion right now it’s not about the color, it’s about the color combo. One mix that John Galliano used for his couture collection for Maison Margiela and that reappears …see more

  • FLUO POWER

    If the recent menswear runways are any indication, fluorescent shades will be big for next Spring. Neon and nearly-neon brights showed up on sweatshirts, sweaters, woven tops and casual bottoms, …see more

  • KEEPING TRACK

    Tracksuits lose their tacky reputation and make a hipster-approved comeback. The new sets are made from tech fabrics or cotton blends, and get their newness from contrast details, cuff treatments …see more

  • OVER DRESSED

    The dress-over-pants look, long a favorite of bohemian girls who layer vintage dresses over jeans, gets a chic update for Resort. Any dress length will work, but most hit below …see more

  • SPLIT PERSONALITY

    The newest color-blocking is a simple two-color split. The effect can be as subtle as two shades of a single hue or as graphic as black-and-white. The duotone feature brings …see more