There are many sites that give advice, sport new trends, and keep us up to date on new styles from famous designers. Fashion articles are talking about the spring fashion trends for 2013.
“It’s a combination of all the things I love,” said Peter Som of his debut capsule collection for Anthropologie. Anyone knowing Som’s pithy, feminine women’s wear collection knows that the designer has a certain partiality for floral prints. So it should not come as a surprise that his new eleven-piece line, priced between $128 to $360, features a maxi dress, flirty frocks, simple summer skirts and many more, is bursting with clever blossoming designs and fashion trends.
Of course, fashion articles are talking about how Hedi Slimane would dress a Rolling Stone. Slimane was the the clear choice for Keith Richards, whose wardrobe will consist of T-shirts, silk scarves, vest and a cafe racer jacket. The jacket appropriately named “The Keith Jacket” and will be presented for sale for a paltry $4,850. The jacket is part of the upcoming Saint Laurent Stage Wear by Hedi Slimane collection, which will be in stores in June.
The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum declared the winners of its esteemed National Design Awards, although the official duty won’t happen until October. This year’s beneficiary of the fashion trends award is the Iranian-born and New York-based Behnaz Sarafpour.
Sarafpour’s line, which was founded in 2001, has progressed into a well-rounded women’s wear collection that merges feminine cuts with inventive textiles.
The ensemble introduced fashion trends with traditional silhouettes turned modern using neoprene and piled velvet. Past winners of the design award include Thom Browne (2012), J.
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