Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is set to unfold another extravagant event in New York and it officially starts on Thursday 4 September and will continue till September 11, 2014. The event will mark the presence of fashion folk from around the world at NYC’s Lincoln Center and would see what’s hot next season. The week features more than 80 shows, presentations and special events from both U.S. and international designers. It would be a preview of what will be in stores next season and at red carpet. As the final days of summer are slipping out, the show will accentuate what is going to make our next season hot and trendy. Though it is still too hot to dust off all our coats and jackets just yet, but there are a few trends we saw back in February that can help make the transition from summer to fall seamless. It is anticipated that as the last season saw a few key jewelry trends, namely black, pearls, and statement collars, something in contrast is going to be witnessed this time.
Here catch the trends which we will see again in the season:
Shades of Gray- Yes, the eye-soothing color will rule the runway yet again. As seen on the runways of Ralph Lauren, Jason Wu, and Michael Kors, the shades of grey will back in the next season. For that oomph filled look, you can mix pieces of different types and textures to master this monochromatic trend. Bring bright colored accessories, like silver chunky rings and bracelets to wear with grey coats and jackets. If wearing deep-neck, turquoise onyx and marcasite pendant would bring in the glamour, instantly.
The Bolder, The Better- The runway would mark bold apparels instead of bold jewellery. In fact, there are high chances you would notice models and celebrities going out with minimal accessories. Designers like Karen Walker and Vera Wang let you know how you can rock the world without the load of accessories. Studs and band patterns rings would come as the saver of this look. It would be a treat for those who find accessorizing is such a load.
Bring out disco days- Totally contrast to above two trends, designer Marc Jacob’s models shimmered down the runway covered in sequins from head-to-toe, while Delpozo and Phillip Lim followed the sparkly suit. Last season in New York Fashion Week had jumped into a time machine and went back to the disco days. If you are interested to get glitzy, try taking a casual look up a notch by adding a sequined blazer, chunky jewellery and oversized handbags. One thing you can apply with ease in brooch and head accessory for the retro look.
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