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Paris Fashion Week Spring 2011, Spring’s BonBon That One Must Savor

Runway Review: The Best of Paris Fashion Week for Spring 2011 from Celine, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Rochas, Carven. We’re always amazed at the way a French woman savors a bonbon… like a special treat that you want to linger and thoughtfully and slowly digest on your palette. That’s exactly how we feel about Paris Fashion Week for Spring 2011.Some of the most divine pieces were shown during fashion week in that we had to savor them before we could share with you. Naveed Hussain brings you the Best of Paris Fashion Week. Enjoy! — S.H.>> MORE: Fashion Shows and Runway ReviewsAs always, fashion season’s don’t get as exciting and inventive anywhere else as they do in Paris. Here’s our look at our Spring/Summer 2011 favorites from the city of light.

Published on October 19, 2010

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New York, New York Spring 11 Fashion Week So Nice That We’ll Cover it Twice

Naveed Hussain is circling Fashion Week around the globe and takes a step back to reflect on more from New York, particularly with some of the hottest designers for all the pretty young things and those with fresh look.– S.H.>> MORE: Fashion Shows and Runway ReviewsCynthia Steffe Cynthia Steffe, the younger girl’s go-to budget friendly alternative, was on track for Spring 2011 with a collection that was chalk full of effervescent color, and clean, uncomplicated sportswear that felt right on the money and considerably cool without risking each piece’s endless amount of wearability. Here, a smart mix of re-thought vaguely preppy basics, a trove of variations on the jumpsuit and techie details only made the look sweeter.DKNY

Published on October 05, 2010

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Fashion Week Roundup- Best of Milan, Spring 2011

Naveed Hussain is taking Milan in to consideration and here are some of his thoughts on the brightest and boldest in Italian fashion for spring 2011. –S.H.From Milan, don’t expect studies on conservative minimalism, yet relish in the talent of some of the city’s major talents & their bravado when it comes to going for the bold.>> MORE: Fashion Shows and Runway ReviewsFor Spring/Summer 2011, striking colorways & prints, intellectual takes on femininity and superior craftsmanship made for an alluring mix of modernity that played on mundane ideas of the past for statements that are achingly modern.Here’s a look at some of our favorite collection from Milan Fashion Week:

Published on October 01, 2010

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Fashion Week Roundup- Best of London, Spring 2011

Naveed Hussain takes us a view of Spring, 2011 quirkier and energetic London style hot off the catwalks. — S.H.At the London shows you can always expect a generous helping of ingenuity & energy and many of our favorites did not disappoint for Spring 2011.They made a strong case on the need for new with collections that stand on their own while touching on the season’s varied trends from Peter Pan collared school girl dressing to artfully ladylike to clean yet conceptual minimalism.>> MORE: Fashion Shows and Runway ReviewsLondon’s promising young talents are growing up and their work is only getting more confident in realization. Here’s a look at our favorite shows from the LOndon catwalks.

Published on September 30, 2010

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Fashion Week Roundup- Best of New York, Spring 2011

Naveed Hussain has been taking a breathe and pondering New York Fashion Week- not as piece by piece show, but what stood out above the NYFW fray and complexities of the week. — S.H.We’ve been doing a lot of whining at the pace and scale of fashion in this day and age of globalism and an unsteady economy.Fashion today has become a world-wide beast, it’s everywhere, and isn’t that a good thing? Shouldn’t this mean we are all sitting at home with a closet full of the best we can buy? Okay well, that is possible, but we think it’s coming at a great cost in the long run.Most importantly, there is too much fashion too fast.Fashion is now rotating on a two month scale and frankly, by the time the items hit the shelves, we cannot even remember them. There was a time when we could spot something a mile away and tell you it’s label.Today, we look at the calenders each season and cannot pronounce half of the names on it, and now you can supposedly buy fashion on the Home Shopping Network & at J.Crew. This was not possible ten years ago and it is still not today.>> MORE: Fashion Shows and Runway Reviews

Published on September 29, 2010

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