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Spring 2012 Fashion Week

Rachel Comey Spring/Summer 2012 - New York Fashion Week

Rachel Comey Spring/Summer 2012 - New York Fashion Week

The Spring 2012 Rachel Comey collection is a fabulous reflection of the subtle paradigm shift announced by the brand: taking prints to a "more subtle, textural level". The latest styles presented during the New York Fashion Week are a perfect representation of this new style perspective and the outfits presented are definitely wearable. Femininity, comfort, geometric vibes with a modern touch and subtle prints are the main style directions emphasized by the brand for the new season. Mid length skirts, airy loose fitted dresses, sheer details... Read More

Pringle of Scotland Spring 2012 - London Fashion Week

Pringle of Scotland Spring 2012 - London Fashion Week

As the London Fashion Week progresses, the conservative tone of most collections presented so far is becoming more and more apparent. If feminine vibes unquestionably dominated the New York Fashion Week, the slightly masculine look is starting to regain some power for the spring summer 2012 season. The myriad of neutral tones throughout the collection suggests a high emphasis on versatile pieces that can be easily mixed and matched for a classy flawless outfit. Prints are kept at a minimum and the preference for highly structural, geometric ... Read More

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