Bold prints and patterns have no doubt been a trend these past few seasons and with the viewing of the Fall 2012 collections, show no signs of declining. From animal prints, to tribal one can only guess which trends will head the pack.
Well, we may have an answer for you.
According to “Women’s Wear Daily” the fall season is all about baroque prints, “If It Ain’t Baroque, Don’t Fix It.”
On various runways this past Fashion Week, designers have showcased the use of baroque prints, varying on jackets, dresses, and suits.
This fall is all about elaborate embroideries, patterns, and trimmings that add that extra dazzle to basic pieces, such as blazers, cropped suit pants, and black dresses.
Not sure how to incorporate this fall trend into you or your clients wardrobe?
Here are a few shots from the fall runways to help you get inspired!
Fall Fashion Week has come to an end.
Throughout this past month we have enjoyed watching the major runways of New York, Milan, Paris, and London featuring classic luxury designers and the new and emerging. And of course fashion’s favorite pastime “celebrity watching,” tracking to see what every celebrity was wearing to Fashion Week.
Even though all is coming to an end, we have no reason to fret. Now is the time for all fashionistas, stylists, and consultants to start preparing for the upcoming season. It’s time to make lists of “must have” items, begin the process of closet editing, and begin preparing fall shopping lists.
Other things to look forward to:
Our Youtube Page where exlusive Fall Fashion Week trend videos will be posted soon.
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Good Luck to all you fashionista’s & wishing you a productive fashion season,
Fashion Image Institute
A row of nurses toting handbags done in collaboration with artist Richard Prince. Photo By Francois Goize
Both luxury brands Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton (which Marc Jacobs has been creative director since 1997) are going to be exhibited in famous Paris museum Les Arts Décoratifs opening Friday and showing until September.
The exhibit is illustrating the tales of two different men and two completely separate periods of fashion, showing the 19th century world of founder Louis Vuitton and the exaggerated and eccentric global business of Marc Jacobs.
This multimedia exhibit showcases the designers classic looks and inspirations in a whimsical fashion while educating on history and how these luxury brands were born and transformed into modern age.
All fashion lovers will have the opportunity to partake in the festivities of this amazing event. Vuitton is live streaming the Wednesday night’s opening party for the exhibition on its Web site and Facebook page.
Designs by Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton Photo By Francois Goize
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