Ahead of the Trends: Carlo Miele’s Draped Designs
By Reece Olguin | 09/16/2011 - 14:45

At Carlos Miele’s Spring 2012 show the Brazilian Designer had the models strutting down the catwalk in long lean draped and ruched gowns, skirts, and tops. Shades of greens (a huge trend to watch for next spring) yellows,aquas were prevalent as were sexy plunging necklines and scalloped skirts.


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Fashion Week Spotlight: Daisy Fuentes' High End, Low Price Line for Kohl's
By Verky Arcos | 09/15/2011 - 16:00

Daisy Fuentes's Spring 2012 show for Kohl's hosted by STYLE360 was surprisingly impressive! She drew inspiration from the south of France’s chic beach style for a collection that celebrates color and print.


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Ahead of the Trends: Narciso Rodriguez’s Sexy Sophistication
By Reece Olguin | 09/15/2011 - 14:30

Narciso Rodriguez’s Spring 2012 show was all about refinement with a twist. The collection was surprising at time, but the aesthetic was so Narciso. The vibe was sophisticated with its clean lines and graceful-movement fabrics, but the constant throughout was the cool asymmetry in neckl and hemlines. The show began with the designer’s signature black and white but rolled right into blocks of red, orange and aqua.  Want to be on trend for much less than these pricey designer duds? Take a look!


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Ahead of the Trends: Carolina Herrera’s Ladylike Sophistication
By Reece Olguin | 09/14/2011 - 11:32

Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2012 show makes us wish we didn’t have to wait to wear the light, breezy and ultra feminine chiffon looks she teased us with on the runway.  Garden green, canary yellow and sepia tones were the show’s highlights, as were embroidery and beaded embellishements.  Of course, we got a bit of black and white color blocking to round out the collection.  Here’s how you can emulate the look while hanging on to your hard earned cash.


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Ahead of the Trends: Custo Barcelona’s Funky, Flashy Frocks
By Latina Staff | 09/13/2011 - 13:00

The Custo Barcelona Spring 2012 fashion show was an absolute spectacle. The collection was named Tripolar and was broken up into three parts: Dual, Kaleidoscope, and Mirame. Each section had its own feel, from casual to flamboyant, but there were some consistent themes running throughout the entire collection.


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