Although us regular people will not likely be wearing the exact looks of the season, as pictured straight off the runways below, we can get inspired and incorporate these trends into our every day outfits. As seen on the runways by some of the most famous fashion designers, here’s the lowdown on the top 5 trends this spring…..
1. Prints– Stripes, geometric prints, polka dots, graphic florals, animal prints and tribal, bold prints will be big now and into the spring season. The key to wearing them is to mix and match different ones and choose accessories in the same colour as the print.
2. White– A 60’s influence, all over white is a very fresh spring time look. Mix textures and be sure the items you’ve chosen are both fitted and streamlined- an important rule when wearing all over white. Or keep it simple and don…
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One of my favorite styling efforts was recently published in a book titled, “The Complete Guide to Customising Your Clothes.” It was considered for a spot next to one of Chris Benz’s Fall 2011 looks. This particular photo was shot by fashion photographer Richard Guaty. The model is wearing a custom jumpsuit made entirely from zippers by Katie Pray. The book can be purchased at select book stores for $25.00 or online at Bloomsbury Publishing.
To mark 40 years of the Explorer II model, a new 42mm case has been introduced and fitted with the latest-generation Rolex movement, with Paraflex shock-absorber system and Parachrom hairspring.
Watch of the collection
A new version of the timeless Cosmograph Daytona (above) in Everose gold with a black ceramic bezel and a fabulous, dark chocolate-coloured dial. £18,650.
This Thursday, GQ.com will travel forward in time – to the Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie in Basel, where the watch industry’s biggest and best brands display their forthcoming wares. One which can always be relied upon to have something genuinely new on the horizon is Bell & Ross. Indeed, the aviation-inspired BR01 Horizon, available from May in a limited run of just 999, takes its design cues from the attitude indicator, a cockpit instrument which monitors the aircraft’s position relative to the horizon. “Attitude indicator” accurately describes the watch too.
£2,900. Available from May. bellandross.com
Fashion has always been a part of our lives as human beings (men and women alike).