Straight from the runway spring 2013 fashion trends
Top Spring 2013 Fashion Trends Straight from the Runway
BCBG Max Azria This S&M-influenced look as being inspired by famed fashion photographer Helmut Newton's iconic black-and-white photography, which always played on eroticism. Lubov Azria even referenced the photog in the show notes, citing him as the key inspiration of their collection. WHY? I love Helmut Newton and his photography was amazing but this dress is....not.
BCBG Max Azria This high-contrast look featured a leather harness and black lace detail is pretty but....
Jason Wu Although he's gotten a reputation as being the maker of all things "ladylike," Wu noted that a Paris-based retrospective of Newton's career was his key influencer. Here, Carolyn Murphy — who once posed for Newton walked in the opening look, a leather sheath dress .
Charlotte Ronson The designer admits that water has been her key inspiration in designing her current collection. In a palette of sea blues and greens and sandy beach nudes, this peplum almost looks like the waves of the ocean.
It's never a surprise when Tommy Hilfiger goes all-American, so the red and blue stripes over a white pant suit, weren't too shocking to the system. What was? The fact that the stripes weren't just the ho-hum straight line: They were made of polka dots...wow
Oscar de la Renta Forget pinstripe: According to Oscar, this chic black-and-white striped suit is the new pattern du jour for modern-day workwear. I like it.
Cushnie et Ochs Much like the scalpel-cut-out collection that Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs produced for Fall 2012, this runway featured a similar style: two precise, ab-centric strips cut from a form-fitting teal dress
Diane von Furstenberg I can't take my eyes off the cutout neckline of this white sheath dress or the new google glasses...want...
Jill Stuart Looking for a chic take on tartan? Here, in all its cut-up glory, the end result if plaid could only be made with a pair of scissors.
Jason Wu In true Wu fashion, the designer takes something ultra-sexy — an entirely sheer blouse, save for one white panel down the center — and makes it prim, proper, and ultra-feminine.
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