See also: fall 2011 fashion guide
Fall 2010 collections: Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci
Detailed embellishments like small, shiny ornaments or jewels crowned fashion straples all over the runways for fall 2010 winter 2011 season.
Fall 2010 collections: BCBG Max Azria, Jean Paul Gaultier
“The sportwear-gone-luxury look” including knit sweatpants and leather patch-pockets look nonchalant and comfortable. This is what they call deluxe sportswear.
Fall 2010 collections: Anna Sui, Vivienne Westwood
Bohemian is a style that never really goes away (did you know it comes from a French word meaning gypsy?). For fall 2010 winter 2011 it means coloured patterns, mixed prints, sheer, eye-catching vests, hats and scarves.
Fall 2010 collections: Basso & Brooke, Zac Posen
Looking timeless and artful, the utterly fresh and memorable graphic prints extend their reign over the runways. Graphic vests, skirts and pants are hot but dresses simply rule this trend.
Fall 2010 collections: Rodarte, Narciso Rodriguez
Draping is one of the season’s greatest emerging trends carrying over from spring 2010 collections. Thanks to it, a basic fabric is sewn in a creative way to make a masterpiece flowing female body.
Rock ‘N’ Roll style
Fall 2010 collections: Moschino, Bottega Veneta
Inspired with Depeche Mode and other popular gloomy bands, a fall 2010 rock ‘n’ roll style revive with fantastic fringe, ’80s cowgirl boots, and God-fearin’ jewels.
Fall 2010 collections: Balmain, Diane Von Furstenburg
Sheer elegance of the “Charlie girl” requires tailored jackets and perfectly cut trousers not only at work but also at play and everything in between.
Fall 2010 collections: Gareth Pugh, Ralph Lauren
Black has never looked this classy – Gothic makes a comeback with prairie dresses, fur tails, and luxe gypsy accessories.