The transitional season has BEgun and the mother nature is assuring that we are well aware with the temperature changes. With the beautiful turning of the leaves, the hint of Autumn is amongst us and the new trends have flooded the racks of our favorite retailers.
This season is full of trends that have come back to life from previous eras but have a powerful resurgence with new techniques and the manipulation of fabrics. As always BE-Style brings you the most prevalent trends and staple pieces to spruce up an already existent wardrobe or garments to add flair to your transitional attire. Both men’s wear and women’s wear designers are pouring out their creative inspirations to offer the BEst one could ask for in ready-to-wear and couture garments. Please take note of my selections and react accordingly when planning you day to envelope yourself in racks of garments. Shop within your means!
Women’s Wear Autumn 2012
Tracey Reese: Women’s wear designer Tracey Reese always brings forth a collection of simple elegance to make a women feel like she’s on top of the world. Sexy, vibrant, empowered, easy – are just few of the words to describe her colorful Fall 2102 collection. In hues that would cause any onlooker to wonder “who are you wearing,” Tracey Reese delivers another amazing collection for the women on the go. Shrunken peplum jackets, draped silk “cocoon” blouses, and sparkly lamé party frocks came in traffic-stopping bright colors ranging from tomato red to juniper green to ultraviolet. – Style.com
Emilio Pucci: From the moment the lights eliminated the runway, the sexy “come hither” chiffon with slashes of flesh made for a collection of sultry feminism. The superb tailoring yielded true to the talents of designer, Peter Dundas’ creativity. The addition of shear T-shirt, beaver fur & nude patent leather pea-coats rounded a great showing of garments to the swarmed over by many ‘fashionistas’. Plus, a new Pucci store on Madison Avenue will be up and running by September, right about when these clothes start shipping.
Rick Owens: When I think of an Gothic edge, avant garde, thought provoking, raptures of a sheer genius, I stop at the creative minds of Rick Owens. His Fall 2012 monotone collection did not disappoint. The imagery of moving concrete sculptures lent itself to explain the journey of which Owens took his audience as the model came down the runway in sheaths of chiffon and light weight wools seen the cropped leather jackets and huge lapels, adourned with mask and a peek-a-boo red lip upon a pale face. Owens mentioned that he’d progressed from last season’s Marcel Breuer (“soft” brutalism) to Frank Lloyd Wright, the most organic of architects. So it was Wright’s elementalism that ultimately shaped Owens’ Fall. – Style.com
Please research your favorite local retailers, online boutiques, and web site of all aforementioned designers.