trends-report.jpg Fall/Winter 2009-2010 trends report
Goodbye, boho babes; bonjour, femmes fatales! We’re loving the new strong shape in fall fashion. Tough luxe feels right for these interesting times.

haider.jpg Haider Ackermann; Fall/Winter 2009
Dries Van Noten, once the singular most beloved Belgian designer, has a new fashion force to reckon with. With his luxe leathers and modern tailoring, this Paris-based designer is set to rule the roost.

lanvin.jpg Lanvin; Fall/Winter 2009
The golden age of Hollywood plays dial-a-decade. Alber Elbaz revisted ’40s elegance with draped shift dresses, fur wraps and feathered headbands.

louis.jpg Louis Vuitton; Fall/Winter 2009
The Eighties: A decade of lavish excess, money and power is personified in jersey tunics and body-con micro-dressing.

marni.jpg Marni; Fall/Winter 2009
Rich, woven tweeds up the cozy factor in autumnal hues of ochre, brick and rust.

prada.jpg Prada; Fall/Winter 2009
Forget doom and gloom. Blood red burst onto the scene in bags, leather coats and modern suits.

stella.jpg Stella McCartney; Fall/Winter 2009
Street style goes chic in patent or distressed leather by way of metallic jackets and liquid leggings.

dries.jpg Dries Van Noten: Fall/Winter 2009
Neo-patchwork. What, never heard of it before? It’s the new fashion mantra for fall: Think playful mixes in artful collages of pattern, texture and colour.

kors.jpg Michael Kors: Fall/Winter 2009
Power babes stalked his runway in classic pinstripe suits that were at once strict and sensual.