Despite the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week events take over all of New York for two different weeks of the year, always pass in a blur incredibly colorful and beautiful art of haute couture. Few days ago the cold mid-winter the roads of New York were heated by the rays of culture and creativity of shooting outside the Fashion Week held at Lincoln Center. While the designers and took the influence of a myriad of sources that have grown their versatile collections, there were certain universal trends sets modest seasons in the next fashion design.
For example, much pant leg could be seen in a array of fashion shows, with the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Tory Burch, The bell, seventies fashion pants were paired with fitted blouses and tight, tucked in shirts, pure cotton.
Another notable trend in the runway for fashion parties in February is becoming more feminine gown, tight grooves high on the sides. Designers such as Michael Kors adorned their models in tight dresses, drapes, often pressing the waist or above the hip, and let them flow elegantly down, subtly unveiling the natural shape of each woman.
Strangely, however, another stunning Fall / Winter 2011 season looking for is the tendency pajamas / mono. Fashion houses such as Max Azria as well as acne send models down the runway in leather, denim, khaki and velvet suit style get-ups that look almost as if they were the work uniform model of a plumber. The range of acne even offered a model in a couple of shiny gold, leather, plastic, metal in general capri pants.
Rather, traditionally, lots of designers showed many tries at futuristic, mod-way designs to remind us all that we are in the years of a new and futuristic Millennium. This season shows acne, Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang all futuristic elements that include pieces of flavored classic cut. Shiny fabrics, almost plastic-looking, metallic hues, sequins, colored leather and jewel-encrusted clothing, and a very unisex, gender ambiguous feelings of many loose trousers and pants, give a clear gesture to the hope in fashion design and many creative potential to come.