Overseas Trend Report: Bringing You the Best of the Best from London, Milan and Paris

March 24, 2010 • Fashion


Amanda Aldinger for Second City Style Magazine

Fashion month for Fall 2010 is officially over, and after recently
bringing you some of the best of the best of Britain's unknowns, it's
time to do a full-on trend report from what was shown overseas on the
catwalks in London, Milan and Paris.

All in all, this was the season of the throwback. Across the
catwalks, designers hearkened back to classic notions of high fashion,
producing looks that were relatable in the ready-to-wear realm while
evoking couture concepts reminiscent of fashion's most iconic

The Dior Throwback: Lengthening of Skirts
In a move that throws back to Christian Dior's New Look,
designers chose to experiment with hemlines, elongating them for the
chillier months. Designers like Jonathan Saunders and Pringle of
Scotland took past-the-knee skirt lengths from matronly to hip
the addition of edgy black booties, extreme pleats, and the pairing of
graphic prints. This season, length certainly doesn't equal boring. Pair
your new skirt with footless leggings, a super chic bootie/printed sock
combo, and bright colors on top to keep this trend feeling fresh and

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