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Learn the spring 2010 fashion trends from Caravan and Alice & Olivia -- all about making a woman look beautiful and comfortable ...
at the same time.
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Anna Wintour: So it just made me think I should buy something red.
Joann Pailey: We’re definitely certain to see some trends for spring. One of the things we’re seeing is a little bit more romance on the runway. Sort of a little bit inspired and we saw a lot of raffles and a lot of pearls. Plus we’ve seeing a lot of laze and that’s going to be something that’s going to be really big for spring.
Male: I think the trend is where its really to wear up a clothes towards investment pieces, investment dressing and the people really want to put their money within that has great value even if in its expensive garment they want to know that I can go for work to weekend, from day to night that it has a lifetime of use in their wardrobe.
Female: I’ve seen a lot of different trends a lot of short, short dresses. Really short, a lot of steal boots like a lot of low boots but a lot of heels also. And of course lots of leggings that leggings are the hottest thing going because they’re just so easy to wear. They’re great and a lot of floral; I see some floral shear things with spring. So it’s kind of a great season whenever they can wear what they want.
Kate Lanphear: We’ve seen some beautiful Asian influences, some really body conscious things and obviously color makes you really go in the stores and get excited about fashion.