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A/W'11 Trend Report

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    Tunic dresses, a boxy silhouette and knee-high boots in pastel shades came zooming down the runways. Just add a scooter and lashings of mascara.

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    Fashion is hearing the call of the wild, with animal motifs encroaching on the urban jungle. Snakeskin print was everywhere, as were fuzzy gorilla-like jackets, while paillettes evocative of fish scales glistened at Prada. Elsewhere, dark winter florals bloomed on outfits at Mary Katrantzou, Erdem and Cacharel.

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    Dust off your Mackintosh – British heritage designs and fabrics are having a major moment. Tweed, plaid, herringbone and more were featured in shows including House of Holland, Etro and J.W.Anderson.

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    As soon as Kate Moss had exited the Louis Vuitton show wearing bondage boots and smoking a cig, followed by Lady Gaga doing the same in skin-tight leather at Mugler, our suspicions were confirmed: fetish wear is cracking its whip this season.

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    The humble pullover has come into its own this season, featuring eye-catching motifs, OTT detailing or a slouchy silhouette. This is knitwear on style steroids.

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    This girl is well travelled, but mainly she hangs out in Los Angeles by way of Coachella, checking out all the thrift stores on the way.
    Her inspiration? A ‘40s silhouette mixed with ‘70s bohemia by day and a Studio 54-worthy gown by night.

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    Forget boys – it’s their wardrobe we’re flirting with this season. Mash up Teddy Boy with Pschyobilly, Mod with New Wave, and make like a spiffy Savile Row habitué.

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    Book in that mani-pedi and blowout; a very put-together, elegant look click-clacked down the runway at Jonathan Saunders, Miu Miu and Nina Ricci, heralding the return of ladylike chic. A blouse and pencil skirt are central to the look, along with a pointed court heel and a structured handbag.

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    Yee haw! Giddyup for the ride of the season, as Native American-inspired patterns and ponchos, rodeo-star fringing, denim and bolo ties all come galloping into town.

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    A rainbow has exploded in our wardrobe, and is showing no signs of fading. For fall, the palette has evolved into burgundy, petrol blue, primrose yellow and scarlet, with a garnish of eye-watering mustard.

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    No ready-to-wear season is complete without a group of new models. Here, we pick the six who shone the brightest.
    From left to right:

    Name Nationality Her Look Model Trivia
    Suzie Bird French Parisian cafe society intellectual. Her real name is Sandra Plassard.
    Charlotte Free American Pretty little rich girl gone punk. Her favorite food is lemons.
    Codie Young Australian Pre-Raphaelite muse. She has her own blog, codie-young.blogspot.com.
    Saskia de Brauw Dutch Tomboy face, Lara Stone from the neck down. She is the face of the Versace A/W’11 advertising campaign.
    Sofia Fisher British Sugar and spice. She’s a big Lily Allen.
    Colinne Michaelis French Surfer girl gone high fashion. She is the great-granddaughter of legendary Vogue art director Alexander Liberman.
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