KENTON FALL 2012 TREND REPORT
THE F ALL/WINTER 2012/13 TREND REPORT The fall/winter season is always exciting. Dark vampire queens, sultry femme fatales, ornamental features from eyebrows to shoes - and for 2012, this is no exception. And we’ve got the defnitive guide to each and every major trend you’ll be coveting this season all in this downloadable and printable trend edit. So break out your wallets - from the decadent and opulent womenswear to the cool, urban menswear, we’ve got the answers to your trend dilemmas right here. After all, it’s more than fashion. Editor-in-Chief: Alexander Liang Trend Report Editor: Colin Dawidziuk KENTON Fashion Department: Mia Tucker Williams (Fashion Director), Michael Cook (Style Editor), Quentin Washington (Fashion Editor), Corey Kindberg (Fashion News Editor), Colin Dawidziuk (European Fashion Editor), Camille Charriere (Assistant Fashion Editor - Europe) Photos courtesy of Christopher Moore @ catwalking.com WOMEN She’s a lady, oh-woah-woah she’s a lady... And this season, ladies can let their freak fag fy in all manners. From oriental queens to the power woman, from the dark gothic siren to the futuristic time traveller, this season - there’s something for everyone... www.kentonmagazine.com Isabel Marant MILIT ARY ARMS March into the frontlines of fall with commanding style. The military-chic look is back again and we can’t complain.
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THE FALL/WINTER 2012/13TREND REPORT
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She’s a lady, oh-woah-woah she’s a lady... And this season, ladies can let their freak ﬂagﬂy in all manners. From oriental queens to the power woman, from the dark gothic ...
M .T . P M M Vtrend with ease, presenting strong looks for the conﬁdent woman on the move. Olive green dominates . F . TUnique and Isabel Marant - this time, military doesn’t have to be so formal and regimen, and a little bit of
- ALEXANDER LIANG, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
P V . T Wand a high slit to show off some skin. Givenchy presented a dark monochromatic look in olive green, P . W . P . N .
- MIA TUCKER WILLIAMS, FASHION DIRECTOR
A little touch of gold never hurt anyone! And this fall/winter in womenswear deﬁnitely believes it’s true.With an array of gilded gold accents and the most delicate ﬂoral emebishements, womenswear is ﬁnallyunafraid to show off its feminine side again. If Louis XIV come to visit this fall/winter he would not be dis F .Just pair these beautiful accents with simple standards and you have an outﬁt that will wow the crowds!Get ready to shimmer and shine with the stars because this seasons trends will have you become the fo .
- MICHAEL COOK, STYLE EDITOR
FUTURE FAntasiaT J J . M M J ; . Ttell - a story only those who know of tomorrow’s fashion can interpret. Attitude and conﬁdence, with K ;
- QUENTIN WASHINGTON, FASHION EDITOR
LE MALET L M . S .WR L P .T L Mthe CEO’s of ﬁnance because she has a certain presence about her. She may be in palazzo pants that slightly .
- COREY KINDBERG, FASHION NEWS EDITOR
GOTHIC EMPRESSThe new gothic trend? It commands power in all its forms. The gothic woman is not one who is feared forher suspected magical powers, or her intense taste in music. No - the Gothic Empress is feared for her .W R Tmoulded, or the grungy militant siren from Unique, or the empress of wealth in Gucci, or the religiously V Q .are always by her side. This Neo-Goth Queen knows how to look as dark as possible without piling on the .
- COLIN DAWIDZIUK, EUROPEAN FASHION EDITOR
W M . L RF E . F .W P PZac Posen explore the beauty of Japan’s national ﬂower, the chrysanthemum, others like Proenza Schoul V N . E S JWrunway. Do your hair-up like a Geisha, and clad yourself in sheeny jacquards to capture the essence of the .
- CAMILLE CHARRIERE, ASSISTANT FASHION EDITOR
MENFrom the streets of New York to the ﬁelds of England, from the business suits to the .W ...
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