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I Love the ’90s | Fashion Week Beauty Trends

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To the tune of George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90,” Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen closed the Versace show in Milan, statuesque in sparkling gold dresses. The return of the 1990s supermodels spread like wildfire through Instagram.

On the 20th anniversary of her brother’s death, Donatella, standing arm in arm with her muses, paid tribute to the groundbreaking work of the late Gianni Versace. Featuring prints and designs he created, the show was alive with the spirit of Gianni’s most influential decade and reaffirmed the trend we’ve seen throughout the season: the ’90s are back in a major way.

From brown lipliner to sleek blowouts, see how the decade’s glamazon beauty permeated Fashion Month. Plus, shop these products to create your own original super look.

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Exploring Men’s Designer Pre-Fall 2016 Collections with the Guys Who Chose Them

Styles from our Men’s Designer pre-fall collections are now available on our site and in stores. We spoke with Designer Apparel Buyer Dan Drewes and Shoe Buyer Garrett Bean about key pre-fall pieces from Lanvin, Gucci, Belstaff, Jimmy Choo and Versace.

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SHOP: Lanvin pants | Lanvin sweater | Lanvin topcoat | all Designer Collections

We do these Lanvin biker pants pretty much every season, in some sort of new color or fabric. For fall, we have a stretch poplin and this grey check. They have details inspired by the world of cycling, with zip ankles, articulation around the knees and a reinforced seat. The Lanvin sweater is definitely a customer favorite; it comes in a crew, V, cardigan and turtleneck. It’s actually two different fabrics. If you look closely, the sleeve is solid grey and the body is heather so it’s a subtle tonal detail. We’ve seen more brands show turtlenecks lately. The nice thing about them is they’re a ’70s nod, but you can make them look really modern too. This topcoat is an amazing, tailored piece; the fit is perfect. The khaki color is a great option for fall since it’s so dark and rich; usually khaki is lighter. Especially after everything we’ve seen for the last three years has been black or navy, it’s nice to see some color without it being bright.

–Dan Drewes

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Last Looks: Yesterday’s Runway at Versace

Donatella Versace sent out a brigade of commanding top models in her seasonal interpretations of a strong female figure.

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The show was about empowerment (think of Gigi’s now viral slip as an anti-censorship stance) with a mod military twist and a hint of sport. Big hitters like Natasha Poly, Imaan Hammam, Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss led the pack of model elites dressed in strongly tailored wool, structured neoprene and brightly hued graphics. Versace’s new take on sensuality encompassed it all, from daywear’s taut suits, to eveningwear’s slinky minis and colorful furs. What stole the show? Loud prints, ranging from baroque floral pastels to a collage of broken neon graphics on sequined super minis, asymmetrical frocks and chic athletic suits.

SHOP: current season Versace

—Emma Ranniger

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Last Looks: Yesterday’s Runway at Etro and Versace

Modern minimalism went out the window Friday night when Veronica Etro took us back to nature and the Italian countryside for her spring showcase.

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Bohemian collided with ballerina in a surge of folksy flowing frocks that hit the runway complete with layers of vintage-tinged ruffles, making the Italian farm life feel luxe and ornate. The whole collection breathed fresh romance with light-as-air silks decorated with metallic, Baroque microprints.

Save for one tomato-red dress, the line stuck to outdoorsy tones: shell-hued whites, sandy beiges, deep-sea blues and mossy greens. As feminine as the collection was, Etro managed to maintain a certain undone edge to it all, making sure the feel was earthy and airy to balance out the gilded, girly effect.

Shop: current season Etro

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Haute Couture Shows in Paris

We’re digging the glimpses at T Magazine into the haute couture shows that went down in Paris earlier this month. Here are a few of our favorite shots:

Love the surprisingly chic net headwrap on this model, photographed backstage at Jean Paul Gaultier.

Can’t decide what’s cooler: the amazing beadwork on this Elie Saab dress, or the perfectly coiled braid atop the model’s head (okay, the dress).

Speaking of intricate beadwork, this Versace number achieves the rare balance of beachy-meets-red-carpet. How do you do it, Donatella? We’re in awe.

Check out more coverage at the T Magazine blog!

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Introducing Versus from Versace

Fashion-forward with a rock ‘n’ roll spirit, the House of Versace’s diffusion line Versus is now available online and in selected stores.

Collaborating with famed designer Christopher Kane, Donatella Versace relaunched Versus with its first official runway collection at Milan’s Spring/Summer ’11 Fashion Week. Today, Versus is well known as Versace’s second line and brand seen on the covers of Vogue, InStyle, ELLE and Glamour. We’re loving the energy Kane has infused into this vibrant collection…and we just can’t stop staring at that fuchsia color-blocked dress.

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Christopher Kane and Donatella Versace (Courtesy of Versace)
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Versus Ruched Jersey Dress
Versus ‘Sunglassed’ Print Tee

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