Fall Fashion Week

Dozens of shows, hundreds of models, thousands of styles—and that’s not including the crowds and celebrity appearances. For your fall styling convenience, we’ve assembled the tenets of fashion-savoir hot off the runway, coming to a boutique near you.

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Extremely modern, alluring and bold, CHRISTIAN SIRIANO’s line for fall evokes the best of film noir drama. Lines are crisp and deliberate—plunging necklines are paired with sculpted shoulders—and garments are cut from structured patterns. This label is perfect for the dame who’s never known distress.

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Trained as a fine artist in Japan, TADASHI got his footing in the decadent and flamboyant 70s NYC disco scene. The Fall 2010 collection is fluid, surprising, strong, feminine and sensuous.

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PERRY ELLIS’ men’s line for fall is both inventive and conservative—with a good helping of rebellious. Gentlemen will appreciate dressing for work without
feeling dressed: Tuck your flannel under a sweater vest or pair a zip cardigan with close fitting slacks and work the office without betraying your inner punk rocker.

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The ready-to-wear collection from MONIQUE L’HUILLIER is seriously glamorous. Perfect for the careerwoman with an active “after 5” social agenda, these pieces are artful and tasteful. The designer’s line includes both long and short hemlines—that pair easily with almost any shoe, legware and jewelry—ensuring a lady is never over- or under- dressed.

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NAEEM KHAN was the buzz of the tents at Bryant Park. This collection of eveningwear is perfect for the glitterati: Natural fabrics covered in sequence, ultra-modern cuts, dramatic silhouettes, looks great with every kind of shoe. Fierce is an understatement—this look is bold, yet feminine. It’s how a woman was meant to feel.

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Tap into your glory days—TOMMY’s look for men this fall takes inspirations from collegiate looks. Clean, preppy and easy to move in. These looks are an update on the familiar.