Sunday, January 25, 2009

Men's Runway Shows Winter 09/10

If the men's runway shows in Milan and Paris are any indication of the future of the economy, it looks like we are in for more rough times despite all our hope in the next coming Fall.  Gone were the glossy fabrics, big logos, and brash colors.  Classic cuts, sober hues, and trends leaning towards elegant and understated were everywhere.  It sounds dismal, but the world of luxury design will be anything but boring this Fall.  It's a buyers market and the conscientious consumer may choose to stick to basics, but that doesn't mean that basics can be stale and still sell.  On the contrary, designs better be fabulous in order to survive this global economic meltdown.  If you love design and have some spare change, it will be a great time to invest in pieces that will surely be stylish throughout the years.  Collections to check out:  Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Moschino, Prada, and Burburry. 

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