The statement bag is alive and well for fall with bright colors and unexpected textures popping up the arms of fashion girls everywhere. The boys haven’t been forgotten with luxurious backpack-style bags and leather carryalls designed for the guy on the go.
Vintage-inspired fine jewelry came to the forefront for fall with Harry Winston debuting the Art Deco collection, which takes its design cues from the architectural style of the 1930s. Christian Dior got in on the action too with paperclip shaped earrings in both gold and silver.
With the announcement that after just three short years Alexander Wang’s contract with French house Balenciaga wouldn’t be renewed, we’re looking back at his five collections with the brand and picking out some of our favorite looks from his time as creative director.
Just because our days in the cafeteria are behind us doesn’t mean we can’t award superlatives for the best trends to look forward to in Fall 2015.
Most Likely to Succeed
She's in charge of her future and knows where she's going. This winner is valedictorian and has been accepted to Princeton, Columbia and Harvard but most likely chose Yale.
Most Likely to Have a Career in Fashion
She’s got the uniform nailed and can look forward to a career strutting NYC with her fellow editors in a Carine Roitfield-inspired wardrobe that consists of Falls hottest color black, black and more black.
Most Likely to Marry the Lead Singer
With a closet full of staples that give her that I-just-threw-this-on-and-still-look-amazing outfit, she idolizes Kate Moss and Bianca Jagger, and has a wardrobe of bohemian staples that go perfectly with a backstage pass.
Most Likely to Quote Annie Hall As Their Favorite Movie
Slightly androgynous but always quirky, this girl doesn’t take herself or her fashions too seriously just don’t try to offer her a body con mini dress.
Most Likely to be BFF with Taylor Swift
Ladylike silhouettes and dreamy pastels are a signature of the leggy blonde and her legion of bffs, and this girl is right on trend.
The Shops at Crystals offers items you can’t find anywhere else in the world, and unique partnerships are a way to excite the imagination. When coveted watch maker Richard Mille partners with Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa or Lalique pairs up with world-renowned artist Damien Hirst the outcome is nothing short of spectacular.