Fine lines and comprehensive design patterns are no longer the leading attractions of fashion collections. Instead as the Fall/Winter 2010 asymmetric fashion trend proves the versatility of the clothes is given by the fabulous geometrical features and angles that enhance the apparel with an architectural glam. Book your trip for a tour in the realm of the most visionary collections that would teach you how to rock the asymmetric style wave.



Geometry might not stay as far from fashion as we think. Actually designers are eager to wonder to unfamiliar territories and draw some inspiration from the various domains and embed them into their style vision. In the case of the Fall/Winter 2010 asymmetric fashion trend hardly any fashion guru could resist its charm. As it is visible in the collections below sharp angles as well as crossing lines and layers serve as the best means to adopt a more futuristic and shape-centered approach towards fashion design. Red carpet outfits as well as semi-formal gowns and dresses are upgraded with cut-out details as well as draping and other tailoring details that would all contribute to the complex built of these outfits. Spot the collection that gives best your own vision of the future of fashion designs.

Jil SanderCushnie et OchsEmilio PucciNanette Lepore



Asymmetry was prominent in the case of designers who aim to revolutionize the time-tested patterns and tailoring coming up with brand new ideas that would contribute to the evolution of this art as well as polishes the style sense of the public. Those who are fond of the fascinating and less ordinary structures will be thrilled to adopt some of the outfit style ideas presented in the collections of Jil Sander, Cushnie et Ochs, Emilio Pucci and Nanette Lepore. Fashion gurus who managed to make this unique pattern worth-of-admiration encouraging millions to experiment with the one shoulder or cut-out designs that are oh-so-popular this year. Adopt the right attitude and flash some skin with these cutting edge outfits completing them with the must have accessories of the season.



Mark FastPreenSophia KokosalakiJill Stuart



Body consciousness is indeed one of the most prominent goals to achieve with a similar fashion trend. Ladies who are proud of their silhouette as well as wish to play up their curves and feminine shapes should embrace the asymmetric dresses as well as outfits topped with the fabulous shoes and tops. Whether you decide to sport a stylish outerwear pieces as the one presented in the show of Mark Fast or would like to go for the semi-formal and glamorous dresses lines up at the shoes of Preen and Sophia Kokosalaki the only condition to master the look is confidence. Pair these looks with cute belts as well as the most dapper heels to bring out the best of your figure. On the other hand some might have been inspired by the Grungy looks presented during the show of Jill Stuart in this case match the trend with edgy boots as well as stylish tights if you wish.




Stella McCartneyStella McCartneySophieThealletMark Fast



Red carpet outfits were not spared of the asymmetric trend either. In fact designers lived out their most fabulous style fantasies when designing and creating these sparkling and spectacular dresses in the theme of asymmetry. Adopt the trend if your would like to attract immediate attention and enjoy the pleasure of the spotlight. Dare to be different and quit sticking to the fine patterns and soft lines, instead enhance your look with a tint of edge and flash some skin to flaunt your style-consciousness on the spot. The A/W 2010 collections of Stella McCartney, Sophie Theallet as well as Mark Fast would furnish you with the most dapper ideas to adopt for your next makeover.


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