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Fashion Trends Fall Winter 2005/2006
Neutral shades with vibrant graphic prints, geeks, and jet-set whites
As fall leads into a wintery January fashion season, the runway trends for early 2006 incorporate a somewhat restrained color palatte as befitting the season. Neutral shades range from light bone to rose hued nudes.

Versace and Dries Van Noten both show a delicious range of toned down creams and beige in their collections. Large format patterns are big for fall and winter this year in an assortment of watery oversized florals to 1980's vibrant graphic prints, as befitting designers Strenesse, Tuleh, and Chado Ralph Rucci.

Lace in all forms takes center stage, kept simple and modern in white, ivory, and blush. The most notable fashion houses flirting with lace dresses are Michael Kors, Anna Sui, and Derek Lam, in sweet knee, tea, and floor-length numbers.

Of course the geek theme continues strong into the new year, with the preppy jet-set finding such staples as color-blocked t-shirts and chinos in bright hues and clean whites. Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, and Cacharel turned up the color markers with orange and green bermuda knee length shorts and striped polo shirts.

Black is the number one staple for the season and will remain so well into 2006. Bright black looks from Lanvin, Alexander McQueen, and Martin Grant all showcase the blustery raven theme in tailored suits, asymmetric tops, and frothy evening gowns.
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Fashion Trends Fall Winter 2005/2006
Neutral shades with vibrant graphic prints, geeks, and jet-set whites
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Versace and Dries Van Noten both show a delicious range of toned down creams and beige in their collections. more...

Lace takes center stage...
The geek theme continues...
Black is the number one staple...
Trends in 2006 Evening Wear & Prom Dresses
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The romantic evening wear style trends in 2006 take their queue not from the New York, Milan or London fashion shows, but direct from the Paris runways, forecasted in October '05 for Spring 2006. more...

Prom dresses by designers La Femme, Flirt by Maggie Sottero, Scala... beadwork, ruched and sparkling brooch bodices, and corset waists. Strong satin looks trend well for Jovani, Faviana... more...
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Colleen Quen shows a strong 2005/ 2006 line At the second annual San Francisco Fashion Week™ 2005, French trained couterier Colleen Quen perfectly encapsulates the city's fashion style. more...

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The week sparked with emerging talent such as women's wear line His by Her and local heavyweights like Levi's, however, even stars from "Amercia's Next Top Model", walking for the emerging designers... more...

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