Fall Fashion Is Here from Quiet Luxury to Avant Garde
Neiman Marcus has long been the go-to for all things elegant and fashionable, and this season is no exception
Fall trends take inspiration from the classics, with mood-boosting pops of color, wonderful textures and luxurious fabrics with an overall emphasis on the finer points of quality and design. Structured mix-and-match separates in muted shades; subtle and not-so subtle palettes and patterns; dramatic shoulder pads; oversized, extra-long outerwear with a runway twist on Western style; super-tall boots, pointed toes and stiletto heels for an elongated look in this year’s collections draw from the past but have a presence that is all their own.
If you’re obsessed with a softer, more understated brand of luxury, check out Brunello Cucinelli, a brand synonymous with luxurious head-to-toe neutrals and classic style. It seems
every label from Hermès and Balenciaga to Ralph Lauren and Max Mara are rolling out their own take on this pared-down trend with beautifully tailored blazers and coats cut from
sumptuous, textured fabrics, styled with a nonchalance that exudes comfort and style.
MAKE A STATEMENT
If it’s color you crave, blue-reds and hot pinks will make the loudest statement, so count on Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace to liven up your closet. But let’s not forget about pattern: Schiaparelli, JW Anderson and Leowe are dropping some of the most exciting looks featuring bigger, louder fall florals and avant-garde patterns to lighten the mood.
Gala season is in full swing and the aisles are loaded with embellished, glitzy looks perfect for any party or fundraiser. Alexander McQueen revisits the Old Hollywood pencil dress, adding a modern touch of color blocking to the ruffle neckline. Meanwhile, Giorgio Armani gives a nod the 1990s with a structured, sexy little black dress that sparkles and shines. Erto floats in with an etherealsheer gown that delivers comfort and elegance.
Whatever the occasion, these fall trends wear well as a collection or combine easily with bespoke pieces from decades past to elevate any look with ease.
ABOUT THE MODELS
Angelique Salazar is a spirited Denver entrepreneur, dog lover, former restaurateur and Colorado native who is passionate about creating opportunities that blend neighborhood, community and business. (Read more about Angelique and the Salazar Family Foundation on page 38.)
Erin Salazar is Angelique’s sister-in-law and works for the Salazar Family Foundation in the role of executive assistant to the president. She is actively involved with providing consistent help and information to the three supporting organizations that the foundation is involved with.
Sirine Swed is the founder and owner of Battington Beauty, a brand that combines quality, luxury and individuality to its line of silk lashes, cosmetic tools and accessories as well as its newly launched line of contour and blush sticks.
Makeup by Michael Moore , Moore for Life
Wardrobe Styling Tracy Bozarth and Carla Valdez for Neiman Marcus
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