2011's Top Trends
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By Lilah Nicolaidis & Abby Gardner
Always ahead of the the curve, Marc Jacobs hit it out of the park again this season with a blockbuster collection of glamorous '70s-inspired dresses and jumpsuits. Look for these shapes, colors and styles everywhere come spring.
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The incredible hair and makeup at Marc Jacobs did not disappoint either. It was all glamour, all the way in the form of glitzed-out smoky eyes and strong lips. Makeup artist François Nars said of the look he created: "I wanted them to look like iconic models from the '70s with a modern approach."
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Michael Kors turned the spotlight on color this season with every sorbet shade in the spectrum, from raspberry to lemon to tangerine. How do you pull off such a shocking color? In a simple silhouette like this tank dress.
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Bold and bright lips were all over the runways and the corresponding shades will soon be invading a department or drugstore near you. We especially loved the hot pink lips at Diane von Furstenberg where MAC makeup artist James Kaliardos based the look on Andy Warhol's silkscreen of Diane's lips.
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Derek Lam is no longer just for fashionistas in the know and with this super-wearable show, filled with refined denim, trench dresses and other luxe basics, the designer proved he has real staying power. Trust us, you'll want to get your hands on these modern, yet timeless looks.
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Derek was also part of a group of designers (including Jason Wu, Oscar de la Renta and Peter Som) who added a pop of color to the eyelids of models. Don't shy away from this trend thinking you can't pull it off. Look how simple and classy it looks here.
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For spring, Ralph did what he does best: over-the-top luxury mixed with wearable classics. The overall effect was an elegant showing of high-end Western wear, including plaid shirts, concha belts and a fringed suede coat.
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Undone hair is one of our favorite trends, as we've never quite mastered that polished look. We're more than ready to embrace the well-placed flyaways and groovy twists seen here at Proenza Schouler, as well as other downtown favorite Rag & Bone.
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Calvin Klein is synonymous with minimalism, but under Fransisco Costa's direction, the focus has lately been on proportions and this season was no different. The result were sexy and sleek clothes with a very feminine point of view.
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While the middle part will never go out of style, this season designers were all about the deep side part, usually complemented with a large barrette as seen here at Rodarte. And while you may not be into full-on gold lips, be on the lookout for more of the metallic shade in makeup this spring too.
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Just like the real deal, floral prints were blooming everywhere this spring, but at Carolina Herrera the trend seemed particularly fresh with oversize botanical prints taking center stage. We can't wait to try this modern take on a classic, ladylike motif.
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