THE TREND PAPER-BAG WAIST
EXTRA EDGE
Tome, BCBG, and 3.1 Philip Lim brought details to their looks outside of typical accessories this Summer 2016.
THE TREND LOGOMANIA
SAY MY NAME
There were few questions as to who was showing on the runway for Summer 2016, as subtlety was scarce for designers Gucci, Moschino, and Loewe who emphasized their cool girl attitude by splashing their name across the collections.
THE TREND WIRE FRAMES
DOWN TO THE WIRE
It was all in the details for Kenzo, Miu Miu, Versace, and more on the 2016 runway who featured updated frames with wire aspects to complement the futuristic vibes of their collections.
THE TREND TIE-DYE
SWIRL STYLE
No article was spared the dip-dye treatment on the Summer 2016 runway.  Designers like BCBG Max Azria, Altuzarra, and Rachel Comey showcased a colorful and psychedelic collection.  
THE TREND PANTONE COLOR ROSE QUARTZ
FEELING ROSY
Lela Rose, Charles Youssef, and Houghton introduced a new natural for this Spring and Summer by painting the runway Rose quartz bringing a fresh update to the season's fashion trends.
THE TREND 90'S STYLE
DAZING DAYS
From the abundance of denim to grunge with floral details, designers Roberto Cavalli, Saint Laurent, and Marques Almeida brought back the 90's, leaving the Spring runway looking like the set of Dazed and Confused.
THE TREND PATCHES
PATCH PERFECT
Evolving beyond purpose, patches first made their fashion debut in previous seasons on the DKNY runway. Phillip Lim discovered their fashion function last year, while Coach extended their use into Fall 2016.
The Trend REWORKED WHITE BLOUSE
Bold Blouse
Fashion week runways are anything but basic and designers Proenza Schouler, Monse, Zac Posen, 31. Phillip Lim prove that even applies to the everyday white blouse this Spring 2016.
The Trend SHEER
Sheer Joy
Leaving little to the imagination in a romantic way, designers such as Vera Wang, Preen, Dior, and Dolce & Gabbana displayed sheer beauty on the Spring/Summer 2016 runway.
The Trend FRAYED DENIM
Rough Around the Edges
Frayed edges are becoming the new fringe thanks to designers like Derek Lam, Milly, and Alberta Ferretti who gave a new dynamic to denim on the Spring 2016 runway.
The Trend EXPOSED SHOULDERS
Give the Cold Shoulder
Proenza Schouler, Milly, Peter Pilotto, and Christopher Kane now offer a mature way to give the cold shoulder this Spring. Show some skin in an unexpected way.
The Trend PAJAMA DRESSING
Bedtime Best
Seek comfort this Spring 2016 in silk and matching sets similar to those seen on the runways of Celine, Prabal Gurung, and Givenchy.
The Trend FASHION HOODIE
Hooded Dream
From Alexander Wang to Venements, designer's showed off hoodies as the new celebrity cool-girl go to on the Spring 2016 runways. 
The Trend WESTERN INSPIRED
Wear the West
Cowboy boots and suede fringe expanded beyond the south and made their way to the fashion capitals, and line danced on the runways of designers like Coach and Alexander McQueen.
The Trend GLOVE SHOES
If the Glove Fits
The anti-toe cleavage shoe was made fashion-girl famous by Celine, spotted on the runway of Chanel, and named the "glove shoe" by the cult favorite Martiniano. Hermes and Victoria Beckham picked up the fashion trend in 2016.
The Trend SPANISH INSPIRED
Frock Fiesta
Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Michael Kors, and Balmain ruffled the Spring 2016 runway with splashes of bold red and black.  Fashion week was one sashay short of a full on fiesta with this spanish inspired fashion trend.
The Trend STATEMENT EARRINGS
Adorn Yourself
Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Naeem Khan and most notably Givenchy featured bold above the neck details, leaving no lobe left unadorned.  No front row star power could outshine these statement looks.
The Trend EXAGGERATED SLEEVES
Speak Volumes
Exaggerated looks may not be new to the runway, but designers such as Céline and BCBG Max Azria spoke volumes with full sleeves designed to stand out.
The Trend PLEATS
Happy Pleat
Rebecca Taylor, Marc Jacobs, and Gucci were just a few of the designers to bring pleats to the Winter 2015 runway in the form of tops, skirts, and dresses.  Will pleats be a fleeting fashion trend this season?
The Trend SEQUINS
Seeing Sequins
Altuzarra, Marc Jacobs, Prada, and Gucci brought the glitz and glam on the runway with sequins in an array of colors.
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