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Sydne Summer talks about the biggest fashion and beauty tips and trends for fall during Fall 2010 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week ...
in New York.
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Sydney: Hey everyone, its Sydney Summer with Think Your Fashion in Style Coalition. Now I'm here at Mercedes Events fashion week. Inside the tents, bring you tips from the runway. It's only day three of fashion week. But we've already witnessing a lot of occurring themes. A lot of these trends you can do at home right now. So tip number one is layering. We've been seeing layering at ports and PCBG, Vino Kova, Nicole Miller. Now what's great about layering is you can wear a dress you know that you have summer or spring. You can make it winter appropriate by wearing something underneath like a black long sleeve knit like we saw at PCBG. But keep it tight to your body. You know, you don’t want to sweater like this, way too chunky. The second tip is red lips. We've been seeing lips at Christian Syriano, at Jenny Cane, of course Lamb, because that’s Gwen Stefani’s signature. And the other day I was rushing, rushing trying to make it to the tent, no time for makeup. Throw on some red lipsticks and I've got compliments all day. So it’s an easy, easy beauty tip from the runway that you have to do when you're in a rush. Now finally, the third tip are scarves. Sounds simple, but have you ever tried a scarf with your evening dress. You know I just got them at Atom and this beautiful chiffon, plad, very country chic dresses. And he wraps knit scarves around the models, and it gave it a little bit more laid back feel. Jason Woo did the same thing. Cut the models neck’s warm, but it still show up the lady like fox. So it’s a better option than a trench, because that will keep you covered up at the party. So I hope you enjoyed these tips and something you can bring at home from New York fashion week. Again, Sydney Summer with Think Your Fashion for the Style Coalition.